Fun facts: Phosphorus is involved in virtually all chemical and physiological reactions of the body.
• Phosphorus is used for energy production and is involved in almost every reaction in the body.
• Along with calcium and magnesium phosphorus supports bone structure.
• Phosphorus is an important part of the DNA and RNA involved in protein synthesis.
• Important in the regulation of mental activity.
• Gives strength to bones and teeth.
• Helps release energy from food.
Phosphorus is a macro-nutrient.
Or-ways products that contain Phosphorus
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% used are based on 19+ year old requirments
Elderberries (100g = 39mg 8% RDA)
Figs (100g = 67mg 14% DV)
Medjool Dates (100g = 62mg 12% DV)
Prunes (100g = 69mg 14% DV)
Chickweed (Available soon)
Raspberry leaf (Available soon)
Amaranth (100g cooked = 148mg 25% DV)
Teff (100g cooked = 120mg 22% DV)
Black Quinoa (100g cooked = 152mg 30%)
Red Quinoa (100g cooked = 152mg 30%)
White Quinoa (100g cooked = 152mg 30%)
Almonds (100g = 481mg 90% DV)
Brazil nuts (100g = 725mg 150% DV)
Walnuts (100g = 346mg 62% DV)
Chickpeas cooked (100g = 168mg 28% DV)
Beluga Lentils (100g = 451mg 90% DV)
Brown Lentils (100g = 180mg 32% DV)
Green lentils (100g = 451mg 90% DV)
Red Lentils (100g = 451mg 90% DV)
Cayenne Pepper (100g = 293mg 60% RDA)
Hemp protein (100g = 1540mg 280% RDA)
Irish moss (Available soon)
Liquorice (Available soon)
Yellow dock (Available soon)
Chia seeds (100g = 860mg 160% DV)
Hemp seeds (100g = 1160mg 202% DV)
Black Sesame seeds (100g = 629mg 108% DV)
White Sesame seeds (100g = 629mg 108% DV)
Other good sources of Phosphorus
Pumpkin Seeds, lentils, Chlorella, spirulina, sunflower seeds, most nuts & seeds, whole grains, millet, wild rice, oat bran, pumpkin seeds, watermelon seeds, tahini, pine nuts, flax seeds, poppy seeds.