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Updated 14 February 2013

What phosphorus does for you

Phosphorus combines with calcium to form calcium phosphate, which is vital for keeping your bones in good condition. About 80 percent of the body’s phosphorus is stored in the skeleton.

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Phosphorus combines with calcium to form calcium phosphate, which is vital for keeping your bones in good condition. About 80 percent of the body’s phosphorus is stored in the skeleton.
 
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