Topic: Lymph Gland sweating?
Hi Dr. Hull,
You sweat from the lymph glands? Really? Time to review your anatomy and physiology! Here is a clip for you to save you time:
Do antiperspirants keep a person from sweating cancer-causing toxins out through their underarm lymph nodes?
Lymph nodes help clear out bacteria, viruses, and other possible threats to the body, but the lymph nodes do not release waste or toxins through sweating. In fact, lymph nodes are not connected to sweat glands. Sweat glands are located in the skin, not in the lymph nodes. Most cancer-causing substances that enter the body are removed from the blood by the kidneys and by the liver. Substances removed by the kidneys are released into urine, while those taken by the liver are released into bile. The bile then mixes with and is eliminated with feces.
Dr. David Mallory
I have MS and saw a posting that you cured your MS by cutting out aspartame so I ended up looking at your site. I don't see the MS link that the other person had referred to. Did you, or do you have MS?