Protecting Your Body from Invasion- How to Keep Your Lymphatic System Healthy

Jun 05, 2023

In this broadcast, you will learn the crucial functions the lymphatic system and how it works to boost  your immune system. I cover how  the lymphatic system removes toxins from your body and fights off infections. You will discover ways to keep your lymph system healthy and how to aid its function to improve your health and make you look younger. 


In addition, you’ll hear how the spleen helps your lymph system and what you can do to release the anxiety it may have stored there.


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Improve Your Immune System and Detox: A Guide to Your Lymphatic System

Are you a healer, empath or highly sensitive person? Then you know how important it is to take care of yourself, not only to help others but also to maintain your own health. Today we’re going to talk about your lymphatic system, the overlooked hero of your immune system, and how to keep it functioning at its best.

The Lymphatic System: What Is It and What Does It Do?

Your lymphatic system is a network of vessels and tissues that helps remove waste, toxins and pathogens from your body. It works together with your circulatory system to filter and purify your blood, and it stores lymphocytes, a type of white blood cell that helps fight infection. When your lymph nodes get swollen or tender, it’s a sign that your body is fighting off an infection or inflammation.

The lymphatic system doesn’t have a pump like your heart or your brain, so it relies on movement and muscle contractions to circulate its fluid. That’s why exercise, stretching and even skin brushing can help stimulate your lymphatic system and enhance its detoxifying function.

How to Keep Your Lymphatic System Healthy

There are many ways to support your lymphatic system and keep it healthy. Here are some tips to get you started:

  1. Move your body: Walking, dancing, yoga, rebounding or any form of exercise that gets your heart rate up and your body moving can help improve lymphatic flow and detox.
  2. Skin brushing: Use a natural bristle brush to gently brush your skin from your feet up towards your heart. This can help stimulate lymphatic circulation and exfoliate dead skin cells.
  3. Eat whole foods: Avoid processed foods, refined sugars and unhealthy fats, and choose whole, nutrient-dense foods that nourish your body and support your immune system. Beets, leafy greens, berries, nuts and seeds are all great options.
  4. Stay hydrated: Drinking enough water is essential for optimal lymphatic function, as it helps flush out toxins and waste from your body. Aim for at least 8 glasses of water per day, and add lemon or cucumber slices for extra detox support.
  5. Reduce stress: Stress can weaken your immune system and slow down lymphatic flow. Practice relaxation techniques such as deep breathing, meditation, yoga or massage to help your body release tension and toxins.

The Spleen: Your Lymphatic System’s Partner

The spleen is an important part of your lymphatic system, as it produces and stores lymphocytes and helps filter out old and damaged blood cells. It also plays a role in regulating fluid levels in your body, which is important for preventing edema (swelling).

To keep your spleen healthy, follow the same tips as for your lymphatic system: eat well, stay hydrated, exercise and manage stress. You can also try adding some immune-boosting foods to your diet, such as garlic, ginger, turmeric or elderberry.


Your lymphatic system and spleen are crucial for your immune system and overall health. By taking care of them through diet, exercise and stress management, you can boost your body’s natural detoxification and healing abilities, and feel your best inside and out. So, move your body, nourish your cells, and let your lymphatic system do its job. Your beautiful soul deserves it!

Keywords: immune system, lymphatic system, detox, lymphocytes, spleen, exercise, skin brushing, whole foods, hydration, stress management.


Standout Quotes:

  • "The primary function of your lymph system is to basically sweep your blood with from all the pathogens, foreign bodies, and metabolic waste so it can be secreted from your body. "
  • "You may have noticed that when you feel sick or got bitten by an insect, some of your lymph nodes got swollen. That’s a sign that your lymphatic system was working overtime to protect you. "
  • "Your lymphatic system doesn’t have a pump like your circulatory system.  You need to move to help it work. "
  • "Your passive lymphatic system needs physical activity like walking, yoga, sports, and jumping (like on a rebounder).  You can also brush your skin in the right direction to help your body release toxins."
  • "If you have too many toxins in your body, you'll bloat up to help your body dilute it, with your hands and feet swelling and uncomfortable.  That’s your lymphatic system protecting you. "
  • " How do you keep your lymph system healthy? Avoid smoking, recreational drugs, food additives, even avoid taking excess medication, lower stress.  And of course, do get good sleep, water, exercise and healthy food. "