Dietary Phosphate Linked to Hypertension and CVD

Last year we published an article in which I suggested that added dietary phosphates appear to be displacing trans fat as the next dietary "bad boy." Like salt, retinol, and many other nutrients, there is a growing concern that an excessive dietary intake of phosphates promotes a wide variety of metabolic disturbances. Phosphate-rich foods promote vascular calcification by increasing Fibrobalst Gr...

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