While a Togo pastor chose to wear women's shoes to relieve body ailments, Ali Khamisi Kote a Kenyan doctor, chose to walk barefoot.
Many people were surprised when Dr. Khamisi, the founder and CEO of Premier Rehab and Wellness Centres and The Human Garage, announced that he did not wear shoes.
Dr. King'ori, a broadcaster on NTV, told the expert chiropractor that he had been walking barefoot for two years.
"I started having low back problems, and when I went to Thailand and stayed with some monks, I saw they didn't wear shoes, which piqued my interest. I eventually realized that we connect with mother nature every time we set our feet on the ground. Our bodies are so full of electrolytes that putting our feet on the ground is like recharging them," Khamisi added.
He claims that wearing shoes is unhealthy and causes more harm than good to the body, citing the high heels and stilettos worn by women as an example. He claims the shoes give people headaches, gas difficulties, and bodily aches, among other things.
"The way to recharge our body, we all walk around with inflammation, a lot of hurts here and there, put your feet down on the ground, contact dirt, play with dirt, and most of the chronic pains will disappear, chronic sickness will disappear." You may believe that wearing shoes will provide you with additional protection, hygiene, and other benefits, but this is not the case.
Khamisi claims that traveling barefoot in Nairobi or anywhere else is not a problem for him because it is how he used to go to school in primary school. They would even go to the bathroom barefoot and get away with it.
He went on to say that he is not putting on shoes for the sake of others, but for his own good and health. He also stated that this has yielded results in the last two years.
"I have no aches or pains in my body, no gas, constipation, or acidity, I sleep for 8 hours straight, and I can do things that most people my age cannot," Khamisi said.
He also stated that he owns many pairs of shoes but will never wear them again.
"I've decided that I need to educate people," Dr. Khamisi said. "I'm not telling you to go everywhere without shoes, but I am telling you that we need to get our feet, hands dirty on the ground, and connect with mother nature to recharge our system."
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