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Should I go barefoot and throw away my socks and shoes and go barefoot full-time

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I would not recommend going barefoot full time, doing so could cause foot health problems such as bacterial growth. plus - you will be limiting your access to stores and other public places as they tend to not allow entry without shoes. IF you do decide to go barefoot full time I would avoid using public restrooms.

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