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Monday, January 28, 2013

Foods that help you quit smoking

 1. Dairy products

Yogurt, milk, cheese, curd and cheese are among the most commonly used assistants practiced by people who have decided to quit. This is because after the consumption of dairy products in the mouth remains an enzyme that makes an interesting chemical reaction with the smoke. Its effects are reflected in the fact that once you decide to smoke a cigarette after drinking milk or eating cheese its flavor will seem so nasty and disgusting that you will be forced to dump the moment.
2. Vegetables

 Different medical experiments reach curious conclusion that those who want to quit smoking at any cost should increase intake of vegetables, as these beneficial natural foods can "keep busy" hands and mouths of people in a way similar to cigarettes. The explanation is that in many cases actually smoking has become not so much a necessity as in daily ritual, and the physical act of lifting and placing the vegetables in the mouth much like a lifting and puff of a cigarette. Furthermore, brightly colored fruits and vegetables are loaded with antioxidants that help to quickly and efficiently detoxify the body.
3. Coenzyme Q10

Studies are clear that smoking can significantly accelerate the processes associated with aging and memory loss. It is here that the scene coenzyme Q10 - powerful antioxidant that protects the cells of the body and lungs, while it stimulates the flow of oxygen to the brain. Some excellent food sources of coenzyme Q 10 are chicken, eggs, soy and canola oil, sesame, pulses, garlic, spinach, broccoli, and various types of nuts.