The lymphatic system is the most overlooked and underrated health-care system of your body, playing a major role in your immune function. Today, you’ll learn simple tweaks to care for your lymphatic health and give your immune system a big boost.

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This is an introduction to the most overlooked and underrated health-care system of the body: Your lymphatic system!

It is, in fact, nothing less than your body’s waste removal system and essential part of your immune system (together with your nervous and digestive system), so tending to your lymph flow will help reduce toxins and inflammation, and give your immune function a big boost.

Whether you suffer from chronic pelvic pain (like period pain), chronic back bain, chronic fatigue, autoimmune issues or symptoms associated with perimenopause, activating and tending to your lymphatic system is a major gamechanger in easing any of them.

And the best: There are a few very simple everyday life hacks that you can do, to take good care of your lymphatic health.

Listen in to find out

  • What the lymphatic system is and how it works
  • Why it so crucially important for your health
  • Signs of an impaired lymph flow
  • 3 + 1 simple tweaks to care for your lymphatic health

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