The white meat of both chicken and turkey is a great source of phosphorus.
Pork provides 200 mg of phosphorus per three oz. Dry heat cooking preserves phosphorus best.
Organ meats are rich in phosphorus, vitamins, and minerals.
Phosphorus-rich shellfish abounds. Phosphorus is highest in cuttlefish
Low-fat milk, cottage cheese, and yogurt provide at least 30% of the total RDI of phosphorus per serving.
Humans can't digest phytic acid, which is abundant in sunflower and pumpkin seeds.
Brazil nuts, especially, contain at least 40% of the RDI of phosphorus every 1/2-cup (67-gram) intake.
Wheat, oats, and rice are phosphorus-rich. Soaking, sprouting, or fermenting grains may improve absorption.
Amaranth & quinoa are healthy and high in phosphorus. 40% of the daily requirement is in one prepared cup
Beans and lentils, particularly when soaked, sprouted, or brewed, contain 250 mg of phosphorus per cup.
Whole soybeans and fermented soy products contain 100% of the daily phosphorus requirement per serving.
Phosphate additions improve quality and shelf life in processed goods. They supply phosphorus.