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If you have an autoimmune disease and want to get rid of it? Just squat.

Squatting gets that pelvic floor moving which will move your intestines. 

If you can’t squat, things are not moving properly.

When you squat your diaphragm pushes everything through your GI tract. It stretches everything through your pelvic floor and your legs.  It opens up your hips, moves your bowels and makes your bowel movements happen faster. It lets your small intestine get the movement it needs so you can digest and process food for you. 

Squatting forces us to breathe into our diaphragm.

In addition, it strengthens muscles in the legs and joints in the knees and ankles as well as releasing back tension.



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