Ditch Your Shoes!

Ditch Your Shoes!


When walking on the earth barefoot, free electrons from the earth transfer into your body via the soles of your feet. These free electrons are some of the most potent antioxidants known to man. Experiments have shown that free electrons from the earth cause beneficial changes in heart rate, decreases inflammation, reduces pain, promotes healthy sleep, and thins your blood, making it thinner,, which has beneficial impact on reducing your risk of cardiovascular disease.

Lack of grounding, due to widespread use of rubber or plastic-soled shoes, may have contributed to the rise of modern diseases by allowing chronic inflammation to proliferate unchecked.

Clearly, the simplest way to ground is to walk barefoot outside when safe to do so.

The ideal location for walking barefoot is the beach, close to or in the water, as sea water is a great conductor. Your body also contains mostly water, so it creates a good connection. A close second would be a grassy area, especially if it’s covered with dew, which is what you’d find if you walk early in the morning. Concrete is also a good conductor as long as it hasn’t been sealed. Painted concrete does not allow electrons to pass through very well.

Materials like asphalt, wood, and typical insulators like plastic or the soles of your shoes, will not allow electrons to pass through and are not suitable for barefoot grounding. Exercising barefoot outdoors is one of the most wonderful, inexpensive and powerful ways of incorporating earthing into your daily life and will also help speed up tissue repair and ease muscle pain due to strenuous exercise.

1 thought on “Ditch Your Shoes!

  1. A free antioxidant? The only way people will take notice is if you monetarise it.

    What if we create antioxidant shoes that have slow release soil placed in the bottom of the shoes and sell them for $200 a pair at Health Food stores across the world- right next to Goji berries? You could even charge different prices based on the soils country of origin. French soil would be the most expensive of course.

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