Can Earthing Benefit Your Pets?


It’s been a while since I have reblogged something for Throwback Thursday. This is a sort of reminder to me because I have been lazy and not taken the cats out too much these last few weeks.

Bad Cat Chris

I believe the concept of Earthing was introduced in a book called Earthing: The Most Important Health Discovery Ever! I have not yet read the book but I read several articles about the subject and watched a documentary called Grounded. As best as I understand it, when we are disconnected from the Earth, like we are in our homes or while wearing most shoes, we build up free radicals in our bodies that cause inflammation. That leads to a long list of other health problems. By taking our shoes off and touching the Earth for 30 to 60 minutes a day, we allow a free exchange of electrons that can neutralize these free radicals and restore health. Even just standing on unpainted concrete, like a driveway or sidewalk, will allow an exchange of electrons.

I had been wearing minimalist shoes for over a year but decided I needed to…

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15 thoughts on “Can Earthing Benefit Your Pets?

  1. Summer

    My human never goes barefoot, and she probably should. She’s too worried about stepping on something icky! I guess she’s not very grounded. Me? I love being bare-pawed outside.

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    1. Charles Huss Post author

      I just read a book called “Eat Dirt.” In it, he explains how our over sanitized society causes more health problems then it prevents. I would say stepping on something icky might be a good thing.

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  2. databbiesotrouttowne

    I have a friend across the “big pond” who uses an earthing mat all the time; I should look into one,especially since winter isn’t conducive to “bare foot” in de land oh trout !! 🙂

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  3. weggieboy

    I’m barefooted all the time I’m at home. As for being outside barefooted, one can pick up parasites that way, though it definitely is a liberating feeling to have grass underfoot or dirt, for that matter.

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    1. Charles Huss Post author

      I think parasites usually happen from something you eat. I have read that this overly clean world that we live in contributes to many health problems.

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