What is the function of Phosphorus? As a dietary mineral or mineral nutrient, phosphorus plays a crucial part in the process of bone formation, being essential for strong, healthy bones and teeth. It supports the activity of the digestive system by improving digestion and regulating transit for bowel movement regularity. Moreover, phosphorus takes part in the formation of proteins as well as contributes to cellular repair, helps the body synthesize nutrients and supports muscle function.
Phosphorus deficiency symptoms: joint pain, bone weakness, arthritis, tremors, weight loss, numbness in arms and legs, especially at the extremities, abnormal heartbeat, extrasystoles, confusion or difficulty remembering things, anemia, increased risks of infection.

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