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What is Phosphorus Good for?

Nadia Galinova
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Nadia Galinova
What is Phosphorus Good for?

Phosphorus is a mineral. Its presence in the body is important for the strength of the soft tissues and bones.

In the body, phosphorus is stored mainly in the bones. About 80% of the total amount is in the bones.

Phosphorus is good for:

- the proper functioning of the brain;

- for the heart muscle;

- for the proper functioning of the kidneys;

- to relieve arthritis pain;

- growth and recovery of the organism;

- keeps gums in good condition;

- helps to restore tooth enamel;

- clears toxins in the body;

- reduces the symptoms of indigestion;

- regulates the hormones in the body.

There must always be a balance of calcium, magnesium and phosphorus levels in the body. The increased or decreased amount of even one of these minerals has an adverse effect on the whole organism.

Phosphorus can be obtained through regular consumption of eggs, fish, nuts, asparagus, seeds, corn, legumes, garlic, seafood, pork and beef, white cheese, yogurt, vegetables, bran and whole grains foods.

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