Introducing Vitamin D, Calcium, and Phosphorus

Introducing Vitamin D, Calcium, and Phosphorus
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Introduction
Bones, Teeth, Heart Disease, and Kidney Stones
Balancing Calcium and Phosphorus
The "Introverted" Functions of the Trio
Phosphorus is Distributed in Foods More Widely Than Calcium
Severe Deficiencies: Rickets, Osteomalacia, and Tetany
Osteopenia and Osteoporosis
Calcium and Vitamin D Make Bones Stronger, Phosphorus Makes Them Weaker
Excess of All Three Cause Soft Tissue Calcification
Toxicities of Calcium and Vitamin D Have Opposite Effects on Bone
Healthy Levels of Calcium Protect Against Kidney Stones
Wrapping Up