This post was contributed by a community member. The views expressed here are the author's own. As part of the Healing Place's wellness program we offer Ionic detox foot bath therapy. Many people would like to try the therapy but, before investing time and money, they have questions.
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Does A Foot Detox Work? Know the Facts
Generally, the skin on your feet is too thick for anything to get through. Stephen Lower, PhD, a professor of chemistry, explains further :. The color, of course, comes from electrolytic corrosion of the metal electrodes. These are usually made of iron, nickel, and copper, all of which decompose into colored ions. The latter tends to soften skin, allowing it to flake off, pick up various colors on reacting with the metal ions, and complete the illusion that one usually pays dearly for. Adam Conover aptly states:. Coli, Borrelia Burgdorferi do not produce toxins.
How to Flush Toxins From Your Body Through Your Feet
Our bodies are exposed to toxins on a regular basis through our environment — from sources such as the water we drink, processed foods, commercial meat consumption, and heavy metal exposure. Unfortunately, we often have a heavy accumulation of toxins at a cellular level which may require help in removal from our bodies. Most licensed Naturopathic Doctors NDs prescribe a variety of detox therapies for their patients as part of their comprehensive treatment plan. After soaking, it is a good time to gently scrub your feet with a pumice stone or with my DIY f oot scrub to remove calluses and dry skin buildup. Apply a good moisturizer to finish.
Brynne Chandler is an avid runner, swimmer and occasional weight-lifter who fell in love with all things fitness related while writing TV Animation in Los Angeles. Her passion for healthy living and fascination with nutrition led to taking classes at the University of California Northridge, working with chefs, caterers and inspired her second career writing non-fiction and instructional articles. Brynne is hard at work on her first cookbook which combines simple, fresh recipes with science-based natural health remedies.