Lumps, Bumps and Body Shame

Thursday, June 18th, 2020
My body worker and fascia expert, Tamara Renee, was kind enough to explain the importance and function of fascia and how that can impact overall health.

For over a year now, I have been regularly seeing Tamara Renee or her employees over at The Body Lab in La Jolla, California. She has radically changed my body for the better. Its easy to assess others’ health, but sometimes your own is a bit more elusive, which was the case for me.

As a detox and internal medicine doc, I know the level of importance of the lymphatic system, but I had neglected mine for years. Therefore, it took many hours and a lot of hard work to get my stagnant lymphatic system to move. It is the sewer system of our bodies and many stealth pathogens hide in the lymph and fascia. It is often caused by a stagnant liver, which bleeds into the lymph. Tight and bound up fascia is another cause of sluggish lymphatics. In my case, I had tight fascia and unsightly cellulite.

Fascia is a thin, tough, elastic type of connective tissue that wraps most structures within the human body, including muscle. You could liken it to a spider web that encases every organ and muscle in our bodies. For that reason it can cause dimpling and lackluster skin if there is undue pressure on this delicate web. The fascia also contains a decent amount of the water in our bodies, besides inside the cells. It works similar to a conductor of energy and deep emotions. it is a complex matrix that transports hormones and chemicals.

If you have pain, anxiety, then Tamara and the magic fascia blaster tool have your name on it!





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