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  1. Although Phosphorus is found in nature, Phosphoric Acid (which is a preservative) is not natural and appears commonly in processed foods. While, our body needs phosphorus too much of it can cause problems. Studies suggest that excessive phosphorus intake can put you at risk for osteoporosis and heart disease. Calcium and phosphorus work together to form and maintain healthy teeth and bones. The minerals need to be balanced in order to be effective.

    Too much phosphorus can decrease the amount of calcium in your body, leading to bone loss. It can also impair your body’s ability to use other minerals, such as iron, zinc, and magnesium. Excess phosphorus can also interfere with proper kidney function.

    Phosphoric acid is dangerous if you come into contact with it as a chemical substance. The toxic fumes can irritate your skin, eyes, and respiratory system, therefore, its appearance in so many consumer drinks and sodas is concerning.

    The recommended daily amount (RDA) of phosphorus 700 mg. Foods that are naturally high in protein are usually high in phosphorus as well. This means additional phosphoric acid from processed food and soda is likely more than the body needs.  [edit]
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