Lipedema is a lymphatic disorder that mostly affects the legs and arms of women. You can help Lipedema by improving cellular health. In Lipedema the swollen legs and arms are seen as a problem of the lymphatic system when the swelling is a symptom of a larger problem of acidic cells. Research has shown that when a cell becomes acidic it can no longer clean itself. Everything in the body is made up of cells, even the lymphatic system. The problem of Lipedema may begin in constricted lymphatics in the neck and chest limiting circulation. To help Lipedema it is important to change cellular pH with diet, basic supplements, manual lymphatic drainage or self-lymphatic drainage.
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