Increased phosphate intake elevates blood pressure in healthy adults

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If more phosphate is consumed with food, blood pressure and pulse rate increase in healthy young adults. These findings were shown by a study led by the University of Basel and published in the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology. They make processed cheese spreadable, prevent coffee from clumping and help preserve many meat products: phosphates are a common additive in industrially produced foodstuffs.

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Increased phosphate intake elevates blood pressure in healthy adults (myScience.ch 23/08/2018)

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Jeudi, 23 Août, 2018 - 14:45

                         

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