Grounding: Not Just Some New Age BS

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Even the Department of Neurosurgery at the Military Clinical Hospital in Warsaw and the Poland Medical University found that blood urea concentrations tend to be lower in subjects who conducted earthing regularly, and that earthing during exercise, such as walking barefoot, resulted in improved exercise recovery time.

Another study, published last year from the Developmental and Cell Biology Department at the University of California Irvine, discovered that earthing caused improved blood flow to the facial area. This reduced blood viscosity is a major factor in the prevention of heart disease.

Earthing also reduces or prevents the main signs of inflammation after injury, such as heat, swelling, redness, and pain. This is according to a study published in the Journal of Inflammation Research.

There are literally dozens of studies confirming the benefits of grounding — so many that you simply cannot dismiss grounding as just some New Age BS.

Most people spend all their time wearing shoes, slippers, or some type of footwear. These all act as insulators, very much the same way plastic covering insulates the wiring in our homes. When we put on shoes when walking outside, we cut ourselves off from earth’s natural electron flow, which Mother Nature designed us live in harmony with.

Please note that if you wear leather-soled shoes, you will still be grounded since leather is natural skin. However, most shoes today have either plastic or rubber soles, which insulate you from the earth’s natural electrons. Next time you are outside, take off your shoes! Feel the grass, the dirt, and let Mother Nature’s natural power flow through your body. When you must wear shoes, be sure they have leather soles and spend at least a few minutes putting your leather-clad feet in the grass.


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After practicing this for a few weeks, let us know how you are feeling! We bet you will say that you never felt better, and you will wonder what took you so long to try this!



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One Comment

  1. Glen

    May 5, 2016 at 9:12 am

    maybe you should include something about hook worms too.