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Benefits of walking barefoot

Walking barefoot has numerous health benefits that we’re missing by keeping our shoes and socks on, writes Sam Makhoul.

Have you noticed how children rip off their shoes and socks whenever they can? That’s because they instinctively know the benefits of walking barefoot, especially on the natural surfaces such as grass.

This practice is known as “earthing” or “grounding”, and studies now show that standing barefoot on earth improves your health as it channels the free radicals and electric charges that we carry with us back into the Earth.

It is as important as eating foods high in anti-oxidants! This is because the Earth carries a strong negative charge and anything above the ground, such as air, or insulated materials, such as rubber, carries a positive charge. 

As our nervous system works on electrical impulses, our heart beats with an electrical charge and we are constantly surrounded by electrical radiation from technology, it is necessary to neutralise our electric charge by “plugging” ourselves into the earth.

Grounding is important for removing negative radiation and electric waste from our bodies, but it also has the following health benefits:

  • Greater balance
  • Greater strength
  • Healthier feet
  • Greater circulation
  • Better posture
  • Decreased blood pressure
  • Reduced inflammation 
  • Calms nervous system

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Love this .. I grow my own veggies and fruit, they taste better when in season locally
Jules 52 days ago
Thanks, Sophie -- some good life advice in your article!
Peter Eedy 70 days ago
Hey Sophia, I’m the dad of a 12 year old rugby player, Molly has been playing for 4 years. Great insight into the thought process of a young woman and I’m hoping the benefits she’ll get over time.
Paul Bunker 72 days ago