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Updated 14 February 2013

What is phosphorus?

Phosphorus is a mineral and important nutrient for the growth and development of bone and soft tissue. It is stored mainly in your bones.

Phosphorus is a mineral and important nutrient for the growth and development of bone and soft tissue. It is stored mainly in your bones and it’s vital for energy production, as well as the structure of your DNA.
 
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