Many people have lumps and bumps somewhere between head to toe.
They don’t hurt. They’re just annoying …. and lumpy.
Most of the time, these “cysts” are harmless, but if you tend to get them, you should detox periodically to clean them out and shrink them.
If they get smaller when detoxing, you’ll have a stealth confirmation that toxins were clogging the filters, but if they don’t shrink and continue to rapidly enlarge, it would be wise to have them checked out.
Detoxing is really healthy for your lymph system at any time, though because this is your body’s filter system. When your lymph nodes get clogged, they swell and get lumpy and bumpy.
Clean Your Filters
Here are 3 simple ways to keep your lymph system and bloodstream cleansed of toxins that can form lumps and bumps:
- Clean your blood using a detox program and liver cleanse at least 3 to 4 times every year for 3 to 4 weeks; I give my DetoxProgram away for free;
- Stop ingesting manufactured food chemicals (blood pollutants), such as food colorings, diet sweeteners, and hydrogenated oils;
- Make sure you exercise regularly, and try to sweat when you work out because this opens your pores and helps release toxins from the lymph nodes, particularly under the arm.
Sound easy? Well, it can be! It’s as easy as changing the oil in your car.
Pollutants can saturate your bloodstream and clog your lymph glands just like dirty oil in your car engine clogs the filters if not changed regularly.
Your bloodstream is like the oil in your car, and your lymph glands are like the oil filters. Maybe this is a crude comparison (no pun intended), but it helps you understand that your bloodstream and the glands provided to filter impurities from your blood, operate in much the same manner as the oil in an engine.
Download a free copy of my 10-Steps To Detoxification to learn how you can keep your lymph system clean.
Your Immune System
The thymus gland, the spleen and other body organs produce immune system cells. These cells are then carried throughout the body via the lymph vessels to the lymph nodes, which store the cells to help create an effective barrier against infection.
Immune cells can be damaged by free radicals, which are unstable oxygen molecules in the body. Free radicals can be generated in dangerously high numbers by poor nutrition, X rays, alcohol, aspartame and other chemical sweeteners, cigarette smoke, and environmental pollutants.
Vitamins help strengthen the immune system by neutralizing these cell-damaging particles. Exercise also helps maintain good health by promoting blood circulation and ensuring a plentiful supply of oxygen throughout the body.
So, detox your blood and lymph systems at least 4 times a year, and stay active to keep your lymph system running like a clean engine! Then notice if your lumps and bumps start to shrink.
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Disclaimer: This article is for informational purposes only, and is educational in nature. The FDA may not have evaluated some of the statements. This article is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Please discuss with your own, qualified health care provider before adding supplements or making any changes to your dietary program.
Before taking vitamins, consult your doctor; pre-existing medical conditions or medications you are taking can affect how your body responds to multivitamins.
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