Thursday, 15 May 2014


 The lymph system is the  body's sewage system. Every cell in the body is surrounded by lymph. We have four times as much lymph fluid in our body as we have blood. Oxygen and nutrients are carried in the blood, which is pumped from the heart through the arteries to the thin porous capillaries
. The  oxygen and nutrients are then diffused into the lymph surrounding the  cells. The  cells take oxygen and nutrients necessary for their health and then excrete toxins, some of which go back into the capillaries.But dead cells, blood proteins and other toxic materials must be  removed by the  lymph system and the lymph system is activated by breathing.
The body's cells depend on the lymph system as the only way to drain off the large toxic materials and excess fluid that restrict the amount of oxygen. The fluid  passes through the lymph nodes where dead cells and all other poisons except blood proteins are neutralized and destroyed. The lymph system is so important that if it totally shuts down for twenty four hours, a person will die as a result of trapped blood proteins and excess fluid around the cells.
The bloodstream has a pump which is the heart, but the  lymph system  doesn't have one. The only way lymph moves is through deep breathing and muscular movement.  To have a  healthy bloodstream with effective lymph and immune systems,  we must learn how to breath deeply and produce the movements that will stimulate them.
Of all the  elements necessary  for good health, oxygen is the most critical. Lack of  oxygen plays a major role in causing cells  to become malignant or cancerous. It  also affects the quality of life of the cells. Fully oxygenating our system should be our top priority and breathing effectively is a good place to start.
Exercise gives the bloodstream its most important and vital element which is oxygen. When we exercise, we are stimulating our body's immune system to work at maximum levels by stimulating the movement of lymph.
The most effective way to breath in order to cleanse our system is to inhale and exhale. When we do this, we eliminate toxins through the lymph system, fully oxygenate the blood and activate  the lymph  system. We should breath deeply from our abdomen at least three times daily,  starting from the abdomen, take a deep breath through your nose, hold your breath for a count of ten, then exhale slowly through your mouth. Doing this will improve the level of our health.
The foundation of health is a healthy bloodstream, the system that  transports oxygen and nutrients to all the  cells in the body. A healthy circulatory system ensures  a long and healthy life and breathing controls this system because it oxygenates the body and stimulates the electrical process of every cell.

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