Shoes In The Kitchen?

One of best decisions you can make for your feet is to wear shoes or quality sandals in the kitchen.

Going without shoes on a hard surface over the course of time can cause problems.

It’s especially important to wear shoes at home if you are experiencing a foot or ankle issue. For a common condition like plantar fasciitis, just making this one change can help relieve some of the pain.

As we get older, we gradually lose the fat pad in our feet. It just makes sense to cushion our feet when on a hard surface.

If you like your feet to breathe at home, Birkenstock or Vionic sandals are two of the more supportive options.

Since we plan to live to a ripe old age, we must do whatever we can to preserve these two precious assets: our feet.

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