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Ingesting Plastics!

A recent study commissioned by WWF and conducted by The University of Newcastle has found that the average person unknowingly ingests approximately 2000 microscopic pieces of plastic each week, which amounts to roughly 5 grams of plastic. To put it into perspective, this amount of plastic weighs the same as an average credit card! The study's findings are alarming and raise concerns about the potential health impacts of plastic pollution. The research team analyzed data from over 50 studies on plastic ingestion by humans and concluded that the primary source of plastic ingestion is through drinking water, both bottled and tap. Other significant contributors include seafood, beer, and salt. The study highlights the urgent need for action to address the plastic pollution crisis and protect human health. (read article)

Lymphatic Enhancement Therapy (LET) was created to detoxify the body at a cellular level to remove unwanted debris (toxins) thus giving rise to natural energy flow in the body, mind, and spirit. When these three things are restored our bodies and our lives are in harmony. I feel this is something most of us are trying to achieve.


Clients report the following:


Improved edema, aids in hip or knee replacement recovery, fibrotic conditions, and swollen lymph nodes. 


Some other conditions reported to have benefited from lymphatic enhancement therapy include breast lumps, inflammation, chronic pain, joint aches, allergies, sinus, respiratory problems, headaches, prostate problems, hormone imbalance and chronic female conditions, dental trauma, and chronic problems, heavy metal toxicity, neuromuscular trauma, immune and fatigue syndromes.​

Lymphatic Enhancement Therapy is beneficial for several reasons:

1. Detoxification: The lymphatic system plays a crucial role in removing waste, toxins, and excess fluid from the body. Lymphatic massage can help stimulate the flow of lymph fluid, aiding in the detoxification process.

2. Boosting the immune system: The lymphatic system is closely linked to the immune system. By promoting lymphatic flow, lymphatic massage can enhance the body's ability to fight off infections and illnesses.

3. Reducing swelling and edema: Lymphatic massage can be particularly helpful in reducing swelling and edema caused by conditions such as lymphedema, post-surgical swelling, or injury-related swelling. By improving lymphatic circulation, it assists in draining excess fluid and reducing inflammation.

4. Relaxation and stress relief: Like any massage, lymphatic massage promotes relaxation and stress reduction. The gentle, rhythmic movements involved in lymphatic drainage massage can help calm the nervous system, promote deep relaxation, and improve overall well-being.

5. Improved skin health: Lymphatic massage can enhance the health and appearance of the skin. By promoting lymphatic circulation, it can help deliver nutrients to the skin cells, remove waste products, and improve the overall complexion.

Sincerely, Nancy


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Disclaimer: The services and suggestions at Creative Lifeflow are not intended to replace professional medical advice. Therefore, please consult your doctor before trying any suggestions given by Creative Lifeflow. Please read the disclaimer. The information provided is for educational purposes and is not intended as medical advice or a substitute for the medical advice of a physician or other qualified health care professional. I do not aim to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any illness or disease. I aim to empower you with information so that you can make your own informed decisions. You should always consult with a doctor or other health care professional for medical advice or information about diagnosis and treatment. The information in this newsletter has not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration or any other medical body.

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