What foods contain phosphorus?Pacrac37 - 9 Answers
Quite a lot of foods contain phosphorus. Here are some healthy choices for you:
Brown Rice: 259mg (per 100g of serving portion);
Rye Bread: 158mg
Lima beans: 357mg
Dried Mushrooms: 223mg
Peanut butter also contains phosphorus (370mg/100g) while bananas are reported to be good sources of phosphorus as well. So, if you want a yummy snack, you can opt to have bananas and peanut butter sandwich in rye bread.
Happy snacking :)
-All meats & poultry do while eggs and organ meats such as liver.
-All dairy products contain significant amounts
-Fish including halibut, tuna, salmon, mackerel, scallops, trout and caviar.
-Whole grains and enriched flour although the phosphorous in these products are harder for your body to use than protein foods.
-Some other random things are almonds, peanuts, lentils, chocolate, yeast and carbonated drinks.
Phosphorous is actually contained in almost everything that's not a fruit or vegetable!
I have looked online and what I found was a selection of foods, try the following: Pinto Beans, Trout, Black-eyed Peas, Almonds, Pumpkin/Squash kernels, Turkey, cooked Chicken Breast, Pork Chop, loin
BokChoy, and Cabbage.
I once had a low phosphorus reading at the hospital, but just a few days of eating properly turned that around.
The food that contains phosphates are.
Black eyed peas.
Garlic, Almonds, Brazil Nuts, Cashew Nuts, Cheese, Dried Fruit, Hard Potatoes, Legumes, All-bran Cereal, Lentils, Milk, Peanuts, Sesame Seeds, Sunflower Seeds, Wheat, Yogurt, Onion. These are all the common foods that contain Phosphorous....
Foods that contain this:
Turkey, cooked Chicken Breast
Pork Chop, loin
?Turkey, cooked Chicken Breast
?Pork Chop, loin
Actually, fruits and vegies also contain phosphates -- anything that has genetic material will (DNA, RNA) -- the genetic materials have a sugar-phosphate backbone....