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Phosphorus

Phosphorus isn’t commonly supplemented, even though it’s the second most plentiful mineral in our bodies, after calcium. That’s because most diets are typically plentiful in phosphorus, and too much can be an issue. However, certain diets and health conditions can cause phosphorus insufficiency.

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Supplementation is rare and typically not needed, due to sufficiency in the vast majority of diets.

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