Phosphorus is an important microelement for a human body. The organism contains 500-800 g of phosphorus. 85% of phosphorus are concentrated in bones and teeth. Main sources of phosphorus are: fish and seafood, cottage cheese, cheese, nuts, bean and grain. Garlic and spinach, carrots, parsley, pumpkin and cabbage, berries, mushrooms and meat, beef liver and eggs contain enough phosphorus.