Soft Tissues

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Soft tissues: tissues other than bone.

Soft tissues are supporting tissues, such as: muscle, ligaments, tendon, cartilage and skin. Some soft tissues do not have their own blood supply i.e. cartilage, ligaments, tendon and must be serviced by the lymphatic system and interstitial fluids which explains the difficulty encountered following injuries and traumas.

Youth enjoys better blood and lymph circulation than adults and older people. Poor circulation of body fluids and lack of exercise are two reasons why aging accelerates after age 35.

Soft tissue problems always involve an acidic, waste burdened body terrain.

Solutions

If  you have issues with soft tissues:

  1. Ask for help.
  2. Be open to new ideas.

The Tissue & Liver Protocol is the quickest way to restore liver function and the terrain. Click hyperlink to read about it.

See Connective Tissue, Waste, Acidic, Blood and Lymph in Glossary link below.

Also, read the 6th edition of the book, Young Again!

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