Optimizing Your Lymphatic System
Optimizing Your Lymphatic System: Something That Concerns Everyone
The lymphatic system, like the circulatory system, travels throughout the body, but instead of carrying blood through the arteries and veins, the lymphatic system carries lymph, a fluid high in a certain type of bacteria and debris fighting white blood cells, throughout a series of vessels in the body.
A properly functioning lymphatic system cleanses the body’s tissues, aids in cellular repair, and eliminates toxins that protect the body against fatigue, illness, and disease. When the lymphatic system becomes stagnant or blocked, it can cause blood to lose protein, and it decreases immunity, causing the body to become defenseless against viruses, fungi, and bacteria.
Optimal flow is vital for proper lymphatic function, and it is ensured by three means: muscle movement, pulsation of nerves, and fluid pressure. For this reason, diet, exercise, and lifestyle play a critical role in the function and health of the lymphatic system.
Please join us for Optimizing Your Lymphatic System on Tuesday, September 21st at 7:00 pm CDT to find out how you can take proactive steps to help ensure the health of your lymphatic system!
What to Expect
During this event, we will be discussing how to reduce the risks of lymphatic congestion of blockage by explaining what symptoms to look for, like:
- Swelling in the face or body
- Recurring infection
- Repeated colds/flu
We will also discuss the importance of specific lifestyle changes that can stimulate good lymphatic functioning for optimal immunity like drinking plenty of water, getting regular exercise, reducing stress, and enjoying a healthy diet.
This event will help you get started by offering some great recipes for an improved diet, ideas for immune-boosting exercises, and tips for increasing the detoxification of bacteria, dead cells, and other toxins from the body by stimulating the lymphatic system.
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Why You Should Attend
Taking a deliberate aim at improving the function of your lymphatic health means making changes to your diet and lifestyle and getting the support you need to make those changes!
This event will walk you through some simple steps to help you understand the anatomy and function of the lymphatic system. We will also be looking closely at how a handful of proactive measures can help reduce the risk of your lymphatic system becoming sluggish or congested.
Put your immune health in your hands and don’t miss out on this event!
We Can’t Wait to See You on Tuesday, September 21st at 7:00 pm CDT!