High-Phosphorus, Nutrient-Poor Foods

May 2013
Environmental Nutrition;May2013, Vol. 36 Issue 5, p3
The article discusses research findings on high-phosphorus and nutrient-poor foods. A study published in the "Archives of Internal Medicine" found that the mineral phosphorus could increase the risk of cardiovascular disease. Among the foods that contain high amount of phosphorus are soft drinks, processed cheeses and baked goods. The perfect balance of phosphorus is also cited.


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