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The Danger Of Excessive Intake Of Sodium Tripolyphosphate
- Aug 21, 2018 -

1, too much phosphorus can lead to the equivalent of calcium, magnesium deficiency.

The body needs a suitable ratio of calcium, phosphorus and magnesium. Excessive phosphorus or a low proportion of calcium to phosphorus occurs relatively frequently, and the symptoms are equivalent to calcium deficiency. Excessive phosphorus can inhibit the absorption of magnesium. The ratio of calcium, phosphorus and magnesium intake is 5:2.5:1. If too much or too little is taken, other nutrients will be affected, which will affect health.

2, phosphorus can make the skin itchy allergies

Prevention of hand, foot and mouth disease can be started by reducing exposure to and consumption of phosphorus-containing substances. Hand, foot and mouth disease in infants and young children is a relatively serious disease, which should be related to the use of phosphorus-containing detergents and the intake of excessive phosphorus-containing foods. Phosphorus in washing products can make the skin itchy and allergic; infants' favorite yogurt, fruit juice, jelly, ice cream, instant noodles, biscuits, cakes, bread and other foods generally contain sodium tripolyphosphate, too much phosphorus can make the skin Itching allergies.

For sensitive skin, please keep away from sodium tripolyphosphate. Especially Ms. Amy.

Although sodium tripolyphosphate is widely added by modern processed foods due to the fast-paced modern life needs, it is a phosphate that has no nutritional value, and there may be some unknown side effects on the human body. Although the country has restrictions on the amount of addition, whether the food with sodium tripolyphosphate on the market will be seriously exceeded with the whitening agent in the flour, we do not know.

Therefore, the choice of food can not only look at whether the color is bright, whether the taste is lubricated, whether there is no precipitation, etc., manufacturers can add more sodium tripolyphosphate to meet these requirements of consumers. And this is what we are not willing to accept.

Whenever possible, it is better to eat healthy foods that are processed today.