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What a Guy Who Doesn’t Shower Can Teach Your Kid About Cleanliness Darrell Miller 3/8/17



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What a Guy Who Doesn’t Shower Can Teach Your Kid About Cleanliness
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Date: March 08, 2017 01:59 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: What a Guy Who Doesn’t Shower Can Teach Your Kid About Cleanliness





While many parents are learning to stop using hand sanitizer, a man named David Whitlock, who has not showered in 10 years, has created an after-cleansing spray called Mother Dirt designed to replenish helpful bacteria. When the majority of bacteria is removed from our bodies, what comes back is the "bad" kind, unlike what is naturally there. Soap and detergent can do more harm than good, as most children need little more than tap water, and things like disinfectants in dishwashing soap or overwashing hands can be equally dangerous. Even so, nature can be dangerous, and the healthiest dirt comes from rural areas, and farm animals are still dangerous to immunocompromised childen. The five second rule seems to be scientifically proven, and tested frequently, by Mr.Whitlock.

Key Takeaways:

  • If your child gets muddy and dirty, it is actually a good thing, especially for your child's immune system.
  • It's not healthy to sterilize everything, and to scrub everything off your body with antibacterial soap.
  • Exposure to dirt builds up the kind of bacteria we need to stay healthy leading to less sickness and allergic reactions.

"A lot of what keeps the nasty stuff away is having the good and friendly stuff on your skin."

Read more: https://www.yahoo.com/news/what-a-guy-who-doesnt-shower-can-teach-your-kid-183347435.html

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