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Phosphorus Foods Help Fight Aging

April 21, 2011

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This particular mineral is abundant in the body and around 85% is found mainly in the bones and teeth, the rest is found in your blood, cells, various organs and muscles. The main purpose of phosphorus is helping build strong teeth and bones, repair cells and tissue, kidney function, heart muscle contraction, maintain regularity of [...]

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Phosphorus – facts

April 21, 2011

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Scientifically, phosphorus is defined as a poisonous, highly reactive, non-metallic element that naturally occurs in the form of phosphates. It exists in several allotropic forms, which are red, white (which is sometimes yellow), and black (which is sometimes violet). It derives its name from two Greek words: “phos,” which means light, and “phoros” meaning bearer. [...]

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