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Low Blood Phosphate Levels Suggest Risk to Heart Health

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Researchers from the University of Surrey have found that low levels of phosphate in the blood pose cardiac health risk. This finding is at odds with previous topical research. The records of more than 100,000 patients were scrutinized at five- and nine-year junctures while assessing their cardiac health. Phosphate levels under .75 mmol/L were at risk of developing coronary problems. Read more from the article.