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Water, while not a food, is vital to life. A lack of water inhibits lymph from flowing smoothly. Cranberries emulsify fat, which helps break down excess fat so the lymphatic vessels can carry it away. Cranberry also helps the kidneys, which helps with overall hydration. Avoid cranberry juice that has any added ingredients, and try to get some fresh, whole cranberries to juice whenever possible. Leafy greens are cleansing. Chlorophyll, the green nutrient that captures sunlight, has powerful cleansing properties and beneficial effects on the blood and thus on lymph fluid as well. Look for dark greens like kale, spinach, wheat grass, barley grass, turnip greens, dandelion leaves, broccoli, and mustard greens. Garlic boosts immune function, chelates heavy metals and some other toxins, and kills harmful microbes. Anything that boosts immune function will take a load off of the lymphatic system. Ginger reduces inflammation, and like garlic, ginger is also antimicrobial. Turmeric is related to ginger. It also helps reduce inflammation, thins the blood, improves circulation, and is a well known and very effective cancer fighter. Fresh produce has many different benefits for the lymphatic system and the whole body, but enzymes are critical to good health. More enzymes in the diet means more enzymes are available to the body to break down food and fibrin, which allows for easier flow of blood and lymph.
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vymarex(dot)com - What is Maca? Maca is a plant which is cultivated in the Junin Plateau in the Central Highlands of Peru at an altitude above 12,000 feet. It is principally grown by the Quechua Indians that are native to that area. Maca produces a root similar to a radish or a turnip. The root of Maca is usually dried and stored, and will easily keep for several years without losing its potency.
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vymarex(dot)com - What is Maca? Maca is a plant which is cultivated in the Junin Plateau in the Central Highlands of Peru at an altitude above 12,000 feet. It is principally grown by the Quechua Indians that are native to that area. Maca produces a root similar to a radish or a turnip. The root of Maca is usually dried and stored, and will easily keep for several years without losing its potency.
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vymarex(dot)com - What is Maca? Maca is a plant which is cultivated in the Junin Plateau in the Central Highlands of Peru at an altitude above 12,000 feet. It is principally grown by the Quechua Indians that are native to that area. Maca produces a root similar to a radish or a turnip. The root of Maca is usually dried and stored, and will easily keep for several years without losing its potency.
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vymarex(dot)com - What is Maca? Maca is a plant which is cultivated in the Junin Plateau in the Central Highlands of Peru at an altitude above 12,000 feet. It is principally grown by the Quechua Indians that are native to that area. Maca produces a root similar to a radish or a turnip. The root of Maca is usually dried and stored, and will easily keep for several years without losing its potency.
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vymarex(dot)com - What is Maca? Maca is a plant which is cultivated in the Junin Plateau in the Central Highlands of Peru at an altitude above 12,000 feet. It is principally grown by the Quechua Indians that are native to that area. Maca produces a root similar to a radish or a turnip. The root of Maca is usually dried and stored, and will easily keep for several years without losing its potency.
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vymarex(dot)com - What is Maca? Maca is a plant which is cultivated in the Junin Plateau in the Central Highlands of Peru at an altitude above 12,000 feet. It is principally grown by the Quechua Indians that are native to that area. Maca produces a root similar to a radish or a turnip. The root of Maca is usually dried and stored, and will easily keep for several years without losing its potency.
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vymarex(dot)com - What is Maca? Maca is a plant which is cultivated in the Junin Plateau in the Central Highlands of Peru at an altitude above 12,000 feet. It is principally grown by the Quechua Indians that are native to that area. Maca produces a root similar to a radish or a turnip. The root of Maca is usually dried and stored, and will easily keep for several years without losing its potency.
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vymarex(dot)com - What is Maca? Maca is a plant which is cultivated in the Junin Plateau in the Central Highlands of Peru at an altitude above 12,000 feet. It is principally grown by the Quechua Indians that are native to that area. Maca produces a root similar to a radish or a turnip. The root of Maca is usually dried and stored, and will easily keep for several years without losing its potency.
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vymarex(dot)com - What is Maca? Maca is a plant which is cultivated in the Junin Plateau in the Central Highlands of Peru at an altitude above 12,000 feet. It is principally grown by the Quechua Indians that are native to that area. Maca produces a root similar to a radish or a turnip. The root of Maca is usually dried and stored, and will easily keep for several years without losing its potency.
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vymarex(dot)com - What is Maca? Maca is a plant which is cultivated in the Junin Plateau in the Central Highlands of Peru at an altitude above 12,000 feet. It is principally grown by the Quechua Indians that are native to that area. Maca produces a root similar to a radish or a turnip. The root of Maca is usually dried and stored, and will easily keep for several years without losing its potency.
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vymarex(dot)com - What is Maca? Maca is a plant which is cultivated in the Junin Plateau in the Central Highlands of Peru at an altitude above 12,000 feet. It is principally grown by the Quechua Indians that are native to that area. Maca produces a root similar to a radish or a turnip. The root of Maca is usually dried and stored, and will easily keep for several years without losing its potency.
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