lymphatic system drawing bodyIt is important to know the lymphatic system roles in heavy legs, skinny upper body and Lipedema. I have met a few women and men who had very heavy legs and a skinny upper body. When I explain how the lymphatic system, especially the cisterna chyli (3 lymph vessels in the abdomen) when not working optimally, may have played a role in their heavy legs, they are grateful for the information. Most of them told me, they were told they just have fat legs. They said no matter what they tried the legs just wouldn’t reduce. When the lymphatic system is congested any part of the body can fill with cellular waste and become heavy.

If you are beginning to see your legs may be getting heavier, then you should be taking steps to balance the body’s pH and activate your lymphatic system. Especially opening the cisterna chyli, can help keep your legs from getting worse. The lymphatic system is a plumbing system that helps to reabsorb cellular waste, fibrin, cholesterol, fats and toxins from the body. Helping it to work better helps reduce the buildup of cellular waste and fluid retention. Learn how to help reduce congestion in your legs by balancing pH and activating the lymphatic system with a more alkaline diet, daily exercise, systemic enzymes and lymphatic drainage sessions.

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John Ossipinsky

John Ossipinsky is a Lymphatic System Health Coach with over 24 years of working with client's lymphatic systems to help most health problems. John is the developer of LymphPractic and author. His book An Undetected Acid-Alkaline Imbalance, as well as his virtual on-demand course, Detox Your Lymphatic System: Boost Your Brain Weight Loss and Life, explains how an acidic pH can slow or stop the lymphatic system. A compromised lymphatic system can lead to Autointoxification and disease. Contact John to learn how lymphatic system detoxification and maintenance can change your health and life. Try a lymphatic system health coaching session, LymphPractic or join our on-demand virtual course for the public. www.OssipinskyHealthAcademy.com
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