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Phosphorus Compositum

«Phosphorus is present in all body cells. Calcium and phosphorus are located on the first and second place among the minerals in human body.
While most of the calcium is contained in bones and teeth, phosphorus is found in muscles and nerves. …
Phosphorus is contained in blood as well as in all cells….
It turned out that, if carbohydrates need to be appropriately treated [in order to produce energy = ATP], it is necessary that our body has abundant reserves of phosphorus … and the same applies to fats and proteins, all substances that must combine with phosphorus in the digestion….
Phosphorus is especially necessary for children and teenagers for the important role it plays in building strong bones, teeth and healthy muscles, for study and sports activities.
In the case of pregnancy, calcium and phosphorus are withdrawn from bones. …
Phosphorus is an important component of brain tissue.
For a proper absorption, phosphorus must be in an acid environment, therefore, during digestion in the stomach, … vitamin D should also be present, as phosphorus, like calcium, can be absorbed only in the presence of vitamin D.…
Phosphorus controls the action of hormones, enzymes and vitamins. Diseases such as arthritis, periodontal disease, tooth decay, are due to a shortage of phosphorus » [1].  

«Phosphoserine is metabolised to phosphatidylserine, which is the major phospholipid in the brain and plays a critical role in the integrity and fluidity of cell membranes.
The brain produces Phosphatidylserine in the presence of methyl donors such as SAMe, folic acid, vitamin B12 and essential fatty acids [omega-3].
Low levels of phosphatidylserine in the brain are associated with depression and degeneration of mental function in the elderly. …
It enhances the release of acetylcholine, memory and age-related changes in the brain » [2]


[1] J.I. Rodale e Collaboratori, Il libro complete dei minerali per la salute, Aldo Martello – Giunti Editore
[2] Michael T. Murray, Guida medica agli integratori alimentari, Edizioni Red
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