Exercise is extremely important for healing. First, you need exercise to release excess B6 from muscle storage. It is also important for circulation to get blood to healing nerves. The type and intensity of the exercise will depend upon each individual. A person that has been bedridden for three months cannot do the same level of exercise as someone who has been exercising throughout the toxicity. We do, however, have some guidelines based on research and group experiences.
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The Intriguing Role of Histamine in Exercise Responses
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Emerging Relationships between Exercise, Sensory Nerves, and Neuropathic Pain
Find out more about the B6T Protocol for Healing and exercise here.