Bone possesses a hard matrix composed of calcium and phosphorus.
Bone serves as a vast reservoir of calcium . Stimulating net resorption of bone mineral releases calcium and phosphate into blood, and suppressing this effect allows calcium to be deposited in bone . When you have too much phosphorus in your blood, it causes your body to pull calcium from your bones to try and keep your blood balanced. This can cause your bones to become weak and unhealthy. Unhealthy bones put you at higher risk of breaks (fractures) and other problems.The bone stores 99% of the body’s calcium and 85% of the phosphorus.