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Podcast # 17 - Secrets of a Lymphomaniac

by Kelly Kennedy

About Kelly Kennedy

Kelly Kennedy is a biological holistic nutritionist and medical intuitive, whose studies began more traditionally as a pre-med student at Cornell University, where she received a degree in Biology.

Her father passed away from Hodgkin’s disease when she was just 20. That same year, a car accident left her in chronic pain, emotionally drained, and her life in a state of upheaval.

After 3 years of succumbing to the contemporary allopathic paradigm without results, Kelly finally sought a different approach – that of BioRegulatory medicine – which relieved her pain permanently. Kelly knew she had found the answers she was seeking; she began working with Ian Kennedy and a skilled, passionate practitioner was born.

Today, Kelly is the Executive Director of The True Wellness Center in Pennsylvania and serves on the Board of Advisors of the Bioregulatory Medicine Institute.

​In a world facing health challenges of epidemic proportions, Kelly will not rest until “bioregulatory” becomes a household word.

My Message…

You have the power to self heal! Knowledge is power! 

Kelly Kennedy

Episode Highlights with Kelly Kennedy

Kelley Kennedy – Biological Holistic Nutritionalist 

 

Kelly Kennedy, LMT started out as a pre-med student at Cornell University, where she received a degree in Biology. Her father had Hodgkin’s disease and passed away when she was just 20 years old. During that same year, a bad car accident that left her in chronic pain, emotionally drained, and her life in a state of upheaval.

 

After 3 years of succumbing to the contemporary allopathic paradigm without results, Kelly finally sought out a different approach – which relieved her pain permanently. Kelly knew she had found the answers she was seeking; 

 

Kelly continues to study with many pioneers in biological medicine, leading with a wellness approach that is truly “Bio-logical” and currently serves as the Executive Director of The True Wellness Center in Pennsylvania.

 

The Lymph System:

  • Network of vessels and nodes similar to the circulatory system

  • Moves when we move

  • Restricts when we lay for too long, or wear tight clothing

  • Lymph from head to toe

  • Lymph nodes around areas that have joints

  • 50% of lymph is in the gut

  • 3x more lymph fluid than the blood

  • Excretes toxins

  • Breath actually releases the highest level of toxins compared to other functions of the body such as, sweat, urine, etc.

  • Spleen is the largest lymphatic organ in the body

  • Thymus gland is a lymphatic organ

  • Appendix is a lymphatic organ 

  • Small intestines are a lymphatic organ

  • These serve to filter the body

 

Issues with Lymph can appear in a number of ways:

  • Constipation, asthma, sinus issues, sleep issues, menstrual cycle is off, headaches, chronic fatigue can all indicate unhealthy lymph function

    • Can get overrun if our lifestyles are too toxic 

  • Areas under the skin should feel smooth to the touch, not grainy or feel as if there tiny seeds under the skin

  • Get out there and sweat

  • Can be healed if not a severe case of stagnancy 

  • Manually pumping lymph can be helpful

  • Sometimes a practitioner is needed if chronically ill

  • Maintaining  good lymph flow is a great preventative action against sickness and disease

 

What can we do at home or on the road?

  • If in the Philadelphia area, visit the True Wellness Center in person!

  • Electro Magnetic Field technology

  • Infared light treatment 

    • Other treatments as well

    • Check out the True Wellness website for more info!

  • Detoxifying emotional baggage can reduce lymph stress

  • -Notmeds.com provides resources for dry-brushing correctly for lymphatic function, manually pumping, exercise ball, etc.

 

You have the power to self heal! Knowledge is power! 

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