Salmon is a great source of omega-3s, and a 3-ounce serving gives you 214 milligrams of phosphorus, which is 17% of the daily value.
Americans get most of their phosphorous from dairy. A 6-ounce portion of yogurt has 20% of the DV of phosphorus (245 milligrams), 1 cup of milk has 18% (226 milligrams), and 1.5 ounces of cheese has 16% (197 milligrams).
One egg contains 7% of the DV of phosphorus (86 milligrams).
Potatoes, boiled, mashed, or stewed, are high-phosphorus starches you enjoy. One medium potato with skin contains 10% of the DV of phosphorus (123 milligrams).
They're good for your stomach, and half a cup of cooked brown rice has 8 percent of the DV of phosphorus (102 milligrams) and 7 percent (90 milligrams) of oatmeal.
American diets get most of their phosphorus from processed bread items. One medium maize tortilla has 7 percent of the DV of phosphorus.
Nuts are fantastic snacks. A quarter cup of cashews, almonds, or pistachios contains 20% of the DV of phosphorus (150 milligrams).
Half a cup of cooked lentils provides 14 percent of the DV of phosphorus (178 milligrams) while half a cup of kidney beans offers 9 percent (115 milligrams).