The lymphatic system has three functions: 1. Fluid Recovery; 2. Immunity, and; 3. Lipid absorption. It is the body’s internal drainage system which is designed to rid your blood of acidic and toxic waste (the lymph system filters these toxins into our body’s major detox organs, the liver and kidneys). The tonsils, adenoids, spleen, and thymus are all part of the lymphatic system, all connected by a web of lymphatic vessels which, in a sense, is like a second circulatory system of the body.
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This article is shared with permission from our friends at The Truth About Cancer. The lymphatic system is one of two major circulatory systems in the body. Its primary job is to move immune cells and dead cellular debris through the body to where it can be removed or reused. A poorly functioning lymphatic system...
Lymphatic Capillaries - between the tissue cells & blood capillaries in the loose connective tissue of the body. - Widespread but absent from bones, teeth, bone marrow & central nervous system. - Similar to blood capillaries