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Here are some guidelines for phosphorus

Phosphorus: Is usually restricted anywhere from 800-1200 mg per day.

The key to keeping phosphorus in good range is knowing what to eat and how much to eat. The amount of phosphorus s not listed on food labels, but just because it is not listed does not mean that the food is phosphorus free. The best way to watch phosphorus in foods is to know what foods are high in phosphorus so that one can substitute with a lower phosphorus containing food.

Some tips to follow to lower phosphorus in the diet:



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