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Energize the Lymphatic System and Bounce Cancer with Rebounding

In Alternative Cancer Therapies, Breast Cancer, Cancer, Cancer Coach, colon cancer, Cononavirus, COVID-19, Healing Cancer Naturally, Health Benefits of Rebounding, Integrative Oncology, prostate cancer, Uncategorized on March 24, 2020 at 2:06 pm

Rebounding energizes the lymphatic and immune systems to help fight cancer. A strong immune system keeps a vigilant eye out for bacteria, viruses, and mutated cells that may contribute to disease. A highly functioning lymphatic system carries these toxins away from cells and the bloodstream to facilitate elimination. Importantly, the lymphatic system gets a powerful boost from rebounding.

If you are not familiar with rebounding, it is the movement of bouncing, jumping, or dancing on a trampoline. Used indoors, this typically means a mini-trampoline. The vertical up and down movement of bouncing is particularly effective for keeping lymph fluid moving.

Cancer Cells and Detoxification

 Cancer cells are created by the body every day. Our immune system has the important task of seeking out and destroying cancerous cells. Tumors often develop when a compromised immune system is unable to detect and remove these abnormal cells.

One of the reasons that cancer cells proliferate is the overload of toxic substances from our food, water, air, home and beauty products, paper products, and plastics (just to mention a few). Toxic build up without an effective means of detoxification can contribute to disease. Here’s where the lymphatic system comes into play.

The lymphatic system is the body’s inner “drainage system”. It carries fluids, along with bacteria, infections, and cancer cells.

The lymphatic system carries metabolic waste, toxins, and poisons from the cells and into the lymph fluid so the lymphocytes can eliminate them. Lymph surrounds cells throughout the body, collecting debris before draining it into the lymphatic system. The waste passes through many filters (lymph nodes) where specialized white blood cells called lymphocytes attack and eliminate the threat.  Lymphocytes are capable of detecting and destroying cancer cells and eradicating tumors.[i]

However, the lymphatic system is notoriously sluggish. When lymph remains sluggish, the lymph nodes become clogged and lose their filtering ability. Debris then becomes trapped, leading to toxic overload and contributing to the onset of cancer.

Rebounding has been found to activate lymphocytes and improve lymphatic circulation by stimulating the millions of one-way valves in the lymphatic system. Each bounce opens and closes these one-way valves between the lymphatic system and the cells.  While bouncing, toxins, poisons, and metabolic waste are pulled out of the cells into the lymph fluid, and oxygen and nutrients are pulled in the cells from the lymph fluid.  This supports the body’s immune capacity for fighting current disease, destroying cancer cells, eliminating antigens (such as toxins, bacteria, and virus that trigger an immune response) and preventing future illness.

A further benefit of rebounding is that by bouncing, white blood cells triple in number and remain elevated for an hour. These specialized cells play an important role in the body’s defense against illness and disease. Importantly, rebounding should be considered by anyone who has had nodes removed as they may have an even more sluggish system given the disruption in the system.

Rebounding has Many Health Benefits:

  • Alleviates stress
  • Improves mood (especially when you dance to music)
  • Strengthens the musculoskeletal system
  • Stimulates one-way valves to remove waste
  • Brings oxygen to cells, which may inhibit cancer
  • Increases capacity for respiration
  • Improves resting metabolic rate and may burn fat
  • Strengthens the heart muscle
  • Improves balance and endurance
  • Strengthens the pelvic floor and core
  • Improves lymphatic flow which helps escort toxins from the body
  • Strengthens bones
  • Is great exercise and fun!

It takes only two minutes of rebounding to flush the entire lymphatic system, while cleansing and strengthening cells and lymph nodes.[ii] Ideally, one would want to rebound for a few minutes, intermittently throughout the day. Doing this daily or at least a few times a week can be beneficial. For the purposes of exercise, 30-40 minutes daily could be helpful. As with other exercise programs, it is best to gradually increase time and intensity.

Rebounding doesn’t have to be expensive. You can find a few good ones on Amazon, such as the one I use by BCAN (40 inch)


Wonder Maxi Rebounder

Rebounding offers an excellent means of exercise when going outdoors or to the gym is not possible. Meanwhile, it helps to flush the lymphatic system, cleansing cells and nodes. When you jump, jog, dance, twist, and do jumping-jacks on a trampoline you can get your exercise and help your lymphatic system bounce cancer.

In your everlasting good health,


~~If you don’t know your options, you don’t have any~~

ej portrait 150res for PrueElyn Jacobs is a breast cancer survivor and holistic cancer strategist who helps people make healthier, less-toxic choices for their healing. She emphasizes the importance of not just surviving cancer, but surviving well and reducing the risk of recurrence. She is a Contributing Editor for The Truth About Cancer and is on the Medical Advisory Board for BeatCancer.Org and the Advisory Board to the Radical Remission Project. Elyn has written for numerous journals and publications. She was the former Executive Director of the Emerald Heart Cancer Foundation and the creator and host of the Survive and Live Well Radio Show. To contact Elyn, visit http://www.elynjacobs.com. Elyn offers consults via Skype, phone, or in-person. Elyn does not provide online advice.

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[i] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26567364

[ii] https://medfitnetwork.org/public/all-mfn/rebounding-lymphedema/