Monmouth's Ask the Doctor May-June 2020

H E A L T H Y H O M E The 2020 study explains that bad elements from outside are brought inside through shoes. These elements include lead, mercury, arsenic and also feces. Most dust is made up of organic materials such as skin particles or animal fur - but feces are also a main component of what gets trapped in shoes. Ninety six percent of shoes have feces on them and that is how the waste gets into your home. Research has found that shoes can be a carrier for microbes like viruses and bacteria, and it’s most likely that these germs will be on the outside of your shoes. Home Health Why you should NEVER wear your shoes indoors Public places are filled with toxic dust particles containing lead, mercury and even feces, according to a leading research- er at the University of Australia. Rainy and snowy weather increases the amount and likelihood of these elements entering indoor spaces. It is recom- mended to have a No-Shoe-Policy in your home and to keep doors and windows closed on rainy days. Have indoor and outdoor doormats really does help control less toxins and elements entering inside.




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