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    • Element and health project Ruben meraz Period-5
    • phosphorus We ingest phosphorus by eating a lot of food specially when we eat meat but no all kinds of meat only red meat and when you put to much oil on it. Also we do it by drinking juices like sunny d.
    • it benefit us Phosphorus allows proper digestion of riboflavin and niacin Phosphorus is essential for the formation of sounds bones, strong teeth, and healthy blood. Phosphorus is important for proper functioning of heart and kidney. Phosphorus provides fast relief in fracture of a bone, helps in healing process and halts loss of calcium due to injury. It is involved in the utilization of carbohydrates and fats, and liberates their energy at the rate demanded by the body.
    • Is bad if we don’t get enough Phosphorus deficiency is quite rare in healthy individuals. Dietary phosphorus deficiency is usually only seen in those near total starvation, chronic users of aluminum-containing antacids, alcoholics and diabetics recovering from ketoacidosis (a condition in which the blood becomes acidic). Deficiency results in low blood levels of phosphorus, which is characterized by anorexia, anemia, muscle weakness, bone pain, confusion, increased susceptibility to infection, difficulty walking and, in severe cases, death.
    • Phosphorus and zinc Phosphorus and zinc interactions in aerobic rice There both the same color They both allows proper digestion of riboflavin and niacin
    • zinc We ingest zinc by eating food top 3 things that contain more zinc that anything else Crab-Almost any kind of crab will be a great source of zinc. Alaksa King crab in particular provides 7.6mg (51% DV) of zinc per 100 gram serving, which is 10.2mg (68% DV) in an average crab leg, and 6.5mg (43% DV) in a 3 ounce serving
    • second Peanuts-Peanuts are a great source of zinc, 100 grams of oil roasted peanuts will provide 6.6mg (44% DV) of zinc, or 8.8mg (59% DV) in 1 cup chopped, 1.9mg (12% DV) per oz (~39 peanuts). Dry roasted peanuts will provide half as much zinc at 3.3mg (22% DV) per 100 gram serving, or 4.8mg (32% DV) per cup, and 1mg (6% DV) per oz.
    • third Low fat roast beef-Low fat beef shoulder, shank, and chuck all contain about 10mg (70% DV) of zinc per 100g serving, 18mg (119% DV) per pound, and 9mg (59% DV) in a 3 oz serving. If you buy pre-processed roast beef be sure to consult the nutrition facts about the cut and nutrients. Not all nutrition labels report zinc, so dont worry if you dont see it
    • it benefit us Zinc plays an important role in “bone mineralization”, the process in which minerals are bound to the bone matrix to help harden and strengthen the bone tissue. There are a couple of enzymes which are vital in bone maintenance which need zinc, including alkaline phosphatase and collagenase. Zinc also regulates the production of a hormone called calcitonin which helps regulate bone health.
    • Is bad if we don’t get enough Because zinc is involved in so many core processes of the body, the sign and symptoms of deficiency are inconsistent and varied. Zinc deficiency can occur when dietary intake is low, when it is poorly absorbed, when there are increased losses of zinc (which can happen to people with prolonged diarrhea) and during times when the body needs increased amounts of zinc, such as high growth periods. Signs of zinc deficiency include growth retardation, hair loss, diarrhea, delayed sexual maturation and impotence, impaired wound healing, diminished appetite, and eye and skin lesions
    • What happened if we get to much There have been no reports of adverse effects as a result of eating too much naturally occurring zinc from foods. Long-term intakes of supplemental zinc in excess of the body’s needs have been shown to suppress the immune system, decrease HDL (“good”) cholesterol and reduce copper status in the body