Sunday, 26 June 2011

Athletes Foot

So is going barefoot a happy part of a carefree summer or a great way to step on bee, get Athlete’s Foot and develop calluses? Is going barefoot old fashioned fun or something else? Do your kids head out to play barefoot or would you never allow it? Do you think flip flop popularity is cutting into barefoot time?
– Theresa Walsh Giarrusso

Going barefoot will not contribute to contracting Athletes foot, in fact it will help to prevent it by helping the feet to be drier, and getting more air around the soles of the feet and between the toes.
The only time flip flops should be worn is when they go to public facilities like swimming pools etc. where they could pick up the Athletes foot fungus from a wet area where other people with the fungus have been walking.
Athletes foot fungus infections are fairly easy to treat with natural products an excellent one which has been proven over and over is one containing New Zealand Manuka oil in natural form and when included in creams and soaps

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