Phosphates artificially added to dairy and cereal products appear to cause more of an increase in blood phosphorus levels than naturally occurring phosphates, and potentially put harmful stress on kidneys, according to a new study.
Phosphate-rich foods like processed cheese can increase blood pressure and the risk of stroke. According to a significant research, a high phosphate diet can increase blood pressure and promote vascular calcifications - leading to life-threatening ...
Excess phosphorous in human body can cause chronic kindey diseases, a disorder where phosphate levels in the body shoot up to abnormally high levels.
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