Our lymph system aids the body in eliminating toxins, waste and other unwanted materials. This network of tissues and organs primary function is to transport lymph, a fluid containing infection-fighting white blood cells, throughout the body.
The lymphatic system consists of lymphatic vessels, which are similar to the circulatory system’s veins and capillaries. The vessels are connected to the lymph nodes, where the lymph is filtered. The tonsils, adenoids, spleen and thymus are all part of the lymphatic system.
Just like when we clean a house, we utilize soap and water to remove all of the dirt, grime and dust that accumulates. With the now dirty water we can deposit it into the sink, toilet, and bathtub or just throw it outside
When our disposal areas become over burden with too much garbage they back up and no longer work properly. Disgusting odor, potential decay and potential sickness will result if we don’t work on keeping the disposal areas flowing correctively. We must stop putting debris into it which impedes or blocks the flow of the waste water.
The lymph system works much the same way. If we continue to overburden the disposal areas they become blocked and harden becoming unable to neutralize or dispose of the debris. This in turn leads to internal toxicity and waste material remains. I am sure we all have noticed the odor of others or ourselves at times, this is a sure sign of murky toxic lymph.
If we don’t learn to assist this important cleaning fluid through corrective diet, exercise or by helping the other elimination channels function, we end up surgically removing these vital bodily components which may have become toxic, benign or malignant. After they are no longer with us, we still remain internally toxic and become much more prone to infections and chronic disorders.
Some simple steps can be implemented into our daily routine to help this all important system to function properly. If we make sure to ingest whole foods rich in anti-oxidants, like berries such as Cranberries, Blueberries, Raspberries, Haskap and Sea buckthorn and at least 2 servings of green vegetables daily it is amazing how this will help. Your daily supplement of Mangoxan™ is also important as the micronutrients and Xanthones work to support a clean vibrant and healthy lymphatic system.
Because there is no pump to move this fluid through the body a 20 minute walk or jumping on a mini trampoline helps to circulate this vital fluid. Adequate hydration; water, water, water helps to replace and maintain optimum levels. Fiber in your diet and avoiding poor nutrient based foods will ensure adequate bowel movements and unnecessary constipation which may lead to an overloaded lymph system.
If the lymph circulates well, our immune system is happy, so is everyone around us, as we won’t smell:) So do your best to assist this all important internal defense and cleansing system in it’s daily battle to keep us internally healthy….cheers.
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