Potassium phosphate is predominantly found in brain, nerves, muscles and blood cells. It is involved in the oxidation process, changes of gas in respiration, chemical transformations in the blood, and saponifying of fats. A deficiency in potassium phosphate could result in poor memory, mental exhaustion, gloomy outlook, depression, nervousness, Alzheimer’s, senility, insomnia, dementia, excess body odour and other health conditions.
Some Sources of Potassium Phosphate
Lily of the Valley
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