Phosphorus
Phosphorus
Description :

Phosphorus is a component of bones, teeth, DNA, and RNA. In the form of phospholipids, phosphorus is also a component of cell membrane structure and of the body’s key energy source, ATP. Many proteins and sugars in the body are phosphorylated. In addition, phosphorus plays key roles in regulation of gene transcription, activation of enzymes, maintenance of normal pH in extracellular fluid, and intracellular energy storage. In humans, phosphorus makes up about 1 to 1.4% of fat-free mass. Of this amount, 85% is in bones and teeth, and the other 15% is distributed throughout the blood and soft tissues.

Source :

Liver Goose

261 mg


Quail egg

226 mg


Duck egg

220 mg


Goose egg

208 mg


Chicken Egg

198 mg


Turkey Egg

170 mg


Garlic

153 mg


Coconut

113 mg


Orange Roughy

107 mg


Broccoli

66 mg


Potatoes

57 mg


Kale

55 mg


Avocado

52 mg


Spinach

49 mg


Abiyuch

47 mg


Sweet Potato

47 mg


Pumpkin

44 mg


Red Onion

41 mg


Guava

40 mg


Pomegranate

36 mg


Carrots

35 mg


Kiwi (Green)

34 mg


Raspberries

29 mg


Spinach salad

26.579 mg


Cucumber

24 mg


Eggplant

24 mg


Strawberry

24 mg


Tomatoes Red

24 mg


Apricot

23 mg


Banana

22 mg


Blackberries

22 mg


Lime

18 mg


Lemon

16 mg


Lime Juice

14 mg


Mango

14 mg


Pears (Bosc)

14 mg


Apple (Fuji)

13 mg


Blueberries

12 mg


Acerola

11 mg


Apple (Gala)

11 mg


Cranberries

11 mg


Watermelon

11 mg




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