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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Phosphorus
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Percent of population 1 year old and over with adequate intakes based on average requirement for phosphorus from food sources

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Phosphorus Intake Map Wyoming   88Wisconsin 86.7Wisconsin 86.7West Virginia 86.9Washington 86.6Virginia 88.4Virginia 88.4Vermont 89.9Utah 86.3Texas   87Texas   87Tennessee 87.1South Dakota 90.1South Carolina 87.4Rhode Island 89.9Rhode Island 89.9Pennsylvania 86.7Oregon 88.6Oklahoma 84.4Ohio 85.9North Dakota 90.1North Carolina 88.9North Carolina 88.9New York 86.3New Mexico 86.5New Jersey 86.5New Hampshire 89.9Nevada   88Nebraska 90.1Montana   88Missouri   88Mississippi 83.7Minnesota 92.2Michigan 84.9Michigan 84.9Massachusetts 89.9Maryland   90Maine 89.9Maine 89.9Louisiana 84.4Kentucky   86Kansas 90.1Iowa 90.1Indiana 84.9Illinois 89.4Idaho   88Hawaii 88.6Hawaii 88.6Hawaii 88.6Hawaii 88.6Hawaii 88.6Hawaii 88.6Hawaii 88.6Hawaii 88.6Georgia 84.6Florida 87.1District of Columbia 80.7Delaware 86.9Connecticut 89.9Colorado 89.4California 88.9Arkansas 85.8Arizona 88.3Alaska 88.6Alabama   86
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Alabama 86.0
Alaska 88.6
Arizona 88.3
Arkansas 85.8
California 88.9
Colorado 89.4
Connecticut 89.9
Delaware 86.9
District of Columbia 80.7
Florida 87.1
Georgia 84.6
Hawaii 88.6
Idaho 88.0
Illinois 89.4
Indiana 84.9
Iowa 90.1
Kansas 90.1
Kentucky 86.0
Louisiana 84.4
Maine 89.9
Maryland 90.0
Massachusetts 89.9
Michigan 84.9
Minnesota 92.2
Mississippi 83.7
Missouri 88.0
Montana 88.0
Nebraska 90.1
Nevada 88.0
New Hampshire 89.9
New Jersey 86.5
New Mexico 86.5
New York 86.3
North Carolina 88.9
North Dakota 90.1
Ohio 85.9
Oklahoma 84.4
Oregon 88.6
Pennsylvania 86.7
Rhode Island 89.9
South Carolina 87.4
South Dakota 90.1
Tennessee 87.1
Texas 87.0
Utah 86.3
Vermont 89.9
Virginia 88.4
Washington 86.6
West Virginia 86.9
Wisconsin 86.7
Wyoming 88.0

Last Modified: 7/31/2009