Q: When was the Last Time You Drained Your Lymph Fluids?

Just as a village needs good sewage to maintain the health of its residents, so to does your body need a sewage system - and we actually have several. Besides our digestive system, our lymph system handles toxins across the rest of our body.

Lymph nodes offer antigens that purify body fluids via a fluid called lymph. Though lymph is more plentiful even than blood, your body doesn't have any sort of pump for lymph - which means it can far more easily back up like clogged sewage.

If that results in an infection, we get swollen glands - an inflamed lymph node.

Lymph nodes aren't actually glands, but rather a place where contaminated lymph fluid has gathered.

As a result, it's important to get daily movement that can help lymph fluid keep moving - the exact opposite of the standard American sedentary lifestyle.

Without movement and lymph drainage, toxins can accumulate - which can have real long-term health consequences and result in a compromised immune system.

Fortunately, there are ways to help lymph fluid move.

We recommend both regular exercise and rebounding. As far as exercise, even walking can help lymph move throughout the body.

When it comes to rebounding, all you need is somewhere to bounce around - we recommend a mini-trampoline bouncer, maybe four feet in diameter or so. Bounding up and down for even fifteen minutes can have tremendous health benefits, as it helps lymph circulate and helps your kidneys purify the lymph.

And if walking is your thing, try to keep it brisk - twenty minutes or longer, four times a week or more. Make sure to use your full body, too - that means swinging your arm and using your upper body as well.

Massage can also help, but may be cost-prohibitive for many. It's also important to stay well hydrated, as that helps the liver and kidney more efficiently purify lymph.

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