Phosphorus is the second most plentiful mineral in your body. The first is calcium.
Your body needs phosphorus for many functions, such as filtering of wastes and repairing of tissues and cells.
You need phosphorus to keep your bones strong and healthy, to help make energy and to move your muscles.
Phosphorus is also important in building bones and teeth, grow, maintain and repair or tissues and cells, to produce DNA and RNA: the body’s genetic building blocks, facilitate pain during and after your workout out regime.
As an athlete, you need 700 mg of phosphorus daily. Taking much more phosphorus than you need can lead to hardening of your internal organs and joint pain. Moderation is the key.