Inorganic Phosphate Blood Test - Normal, High, Low

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The most common cause of an elevated serum phosphate is toxin-related damage to renal tubules. As damage occurs, such as from the rapid excretion of mercury, the body lays down a layer of protective protein that you might equate with shellac. Under normal conditions phosphate is excreted in the urine loaded with excess acids. In fact, 10 X's more acid can be excreted aboard phosphate than if there was no phosphate for excretion. Damage to the renal tubules then means that acid-laden phosphate accumulates, giving rise to risk of CAD and all cause mortality (per findings of Framingham heart study). Correcting this requires withholding temporarily high phosphate sources, getting rid of the toxin, taking a protease enzyme on an empty stomach to break up the "shellac", and supplementation with a complete source of free amino acids
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The most common cause of an elevated serum phosphate is toxin-related damage to renal tubules. As damage occurs, such as from the rapid excretion of mercury, the body lays down a layer of protective protein that you might equate with shellac. Under normal conditions phosphate is excreted in the urine loaded with excess acids. In fact, 10 X's more acid can be excreted aboard phosphate than if there was no phosphate for excretion. Damage to the renal tubules then means that acid-laden phosphate accumulates, giving rise to risk of CAD and all cause mortality (per findings of Framingham heart study). Correcting this requires withholding temporarily high phosphate sources, getting rid of the toxin, taking a protease enzyme on an empty stomach to break up the "shellac", and supplementation with a complete source of free amino acids
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