Phosphorus, New RDA* 700 mg.
Phosphorus is a mineral colleague of calcium within the body. A proper balance of phosphorus must be present in the bloodstream for good teeth and bones or nourish the brain and nerves.
Phosphorus is a soft, non-metallic element found in the body only in combination with other substances. As a result, it is neither luminous nor inflammable. In the human body, phosphorus is a part of the energy transporting systems in the cells, and is also a component of the phospholipids.
Phosphorus is most commonly found in nature in its pentavalent form in combination with oxygen, as phosphate (PO4 -3 ).
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