“No shirt, no shoes, no service” is a sign you may have seen in the window of a restaurant or store. While you probably should keep your shoes on when inside such a place of business, walking barefoot outside can do you a whole lot of good. Sometimes called “earthing” – because everything needs a hip name – walking barefoot on soil, grass, sand or any other natural surfaces have gone from just being a childhood joy and new-age trend to a proven way to improve your health.
Studies have concluded that the benefits of earthing are a result of the direct contact between the feet and the intensive negative charge carried by our planet. This charge is full of free-radical destroying electrons which can help the body’s natural defenses and improve overall well-being in a number of ways.
Seven ways that walking barefoot on the earth’s natural surface can help your health are:Read More