Importance of Phosphorus

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Phosphorus is most commonly found in your pet's bones. In fact, 85% of the body's phosphorus is locked inside the bones while the rest is scattered in soft tissues, fluids, and blood.
Benefits of Phosphorus
Many people think phosphorus is a bad guy but little did we know, this dietary mineral is needed by your pet's body to perform various physiological functions.
The main function of phosphorus is to help calcium build strong and healthy bones. It also plays a role in the production of ATP (a molecule that stores energy), synthesis of protein, and metabolic processes such as: 
Development of the skeletal system
Maintenance of acid balance
Transport of energy
Utilization of energy
Exchange of amino acids
Protein synthesis
Appetite control
What is bentonite clay?
We all want the best for our beloved furry friends. However, with this in mind, we unknowingly do things that may do more harm than good to them. Prevent this from happening by giving your pets bentonite clay. Bentonite clay is made from pure, unheated, aged volcanic ash packed with minerals like calcium, magnesium, and potassium. Aside from its remineralizing abilities, this wonder clay can also eliminate toxins by binding with positive-charged elements and release it through the liver and kidneys.


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