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Why Should People Take Off Their Shoes Before Entering The House? - Dr. Marchese (VIDEO)

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Dr. Marchese describes why families should remove their shoes before entering their homes.

Dr. Marchese:
People should remove their shoes when they enter the home because if you think about what you walk around all day long on the outside of your home, you’re walking across people’s grass or maybe across a park, picking up pesticides that people have sprayed, you’re walking across other people's at works carpet or flooring, and you pick up toxins on your shoes, and then you come home, and you walk around your house, and those toxins accumulate in your home.

We know from studies done on carpet dust and on from dust bunnies like on hardwood floors that there’s actually solvents and pesticides that were not sprayed or used in a person’s home, found in their home. And so, the theory being that it was tracked in from the outside.

About Dr. Marchese, N.D., LLC:
Dr. Marianne Marchese is a clinician, author, and educator. She graduated from Creighton University in 1990 with a B.S. in Occupational Therapy and specialized in neurological and orthopedic conditions while working at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. Dr. Marchese received her Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine (NCNM) in Portland Oregon in 2002. She completed a two-year postgraduate residency in Integrative Medicine and Womens Health and completed a six-month post-graduate training in Environmental Medicine. Dr. Marchese has been an adjunct faculty member at a post-graduate college since 2003 teaching in the areas of women's health and environmental medicine. She first taught at the National College of Naturopathic Medicine and later at Life Chiropractic College. Currently, she is clinical supervisor at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine. Dr. Marchese offers full laboratory services for diagnosis of disease and utilizes the naturopathic treatment modalities of: nutrition, botanical medicine, homeopathy, hydrotherapy, chelation, cleansing, IV therapy, microcurrent, nutritional supplements, and natural bioidentical hormones. She utilizes an integrative model of health care and has a strong network of close relationships with practitioners of all disciplines. Dr. Marchese has served on the legislative committee for the California Naturopathic Doctors Association and currently is on the Board of the Arizona Naturopathic Medical Association.

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