This comprehensive reference covers the impact of dietary
phosphorus in phosphorus physiology, public health and the
pathogenesis of disease. Divided into three parts, the first
section is an overview of the history of phosphorus and the
regulation of phosphorus homeostasis. The second section focuses on
specific matters related to phosphorus in the food supply. Clinical
applications of the material presented in the preceding sections
are pulled together in the third section - including the importance
of both phosphorus excess and phosphorus deficiency for the
pathogenesis of a wide variety of disease including kidney,
cardiovascular, bone and oncologic diseases. Clinical Aspects of
Natural and Added Phosphorus in Foods is an indispensable resource
for understanding the growing importance of dietary phosphorus
content in health and disease, enhancing patient care and moving
forward the field of phosphorus science.
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