The REAL reason most smokers can't quit nicotine is because it's the aspirin for their cigarette hangover - the very chemical intoxication they've self-induced with the previous cigarette. Within 35 to 45 minutes of smoking a cancer stick made with ammonia, bleach and pesticide, the smoker feels either a wave of anxiety, depression, stress or general uneasiness, as the nicotine wears off, and the chemical hangover kicks in. In the mind and life of a smoker, there's only one way to get rid of this feeling, and that's to smoke another smoke. Little do smokers know, nutrition could replace this "hangover" they are experiencing and kill the cravings they're having for nicotine.
Killing the urge to smoke
Put it this way: if you didn't feel bad; if you didn't feel stressed, you wouldn't want to smoke. If you had energy and positive momentum throughout the day, you wouldn't want to ruin it. There are 22 million smokers in the
right now who would quit today, if they knew how. The sad part is they know
very little about HOW the chemicals are affecting their body, WHICH behaviors
to replace, and exactly WHAT nutrient base would relieve them of
their anxiety - detoxifying their body once and for all. US
Quitting cold turkey only works for five percent of smokers
Quitting cold turkey is for the super-strong willed, because having the desire to "climb a mountain" isn't usually enough. If you want to climb a mountain, you need the right shoes, some gear and a good guide. But most cessation (quit smoking) programs are very BAD guides, or they're not guides at all. They're gimmicks! Most cessation programs are sold to smokers by the very companies that have them addicted to cancer sticks in the first place. The patch, medications and nicotine gum are all "built to fail" and when the first sign of stress or anxiety arrives, the new "non-smoker" goes right back to the well. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=94_K0uECVuU
Chain smoking and the cigarette hangover
It's a vicious cycle. Some smokers light a new cigarette with the cherry of the old one. That's a true "chain smoker." They go through about two packs a day, sometimes three. These folks know they're flushing their health down the toilet, but they have NO IDEA how to quit. Most smokers have given up on nutrition. They figure cigarettes are ruining everything, and they're right, but what about when they try to quit - what's the number one thing that sends people back to the well? - Stress!
But stress comes mainly from consuming GMO, acidic "junk" food, and what follows is a lack of motivation. Unfortunately, there's not a single cessation program anywhere that focuses on nutrition as a major part. Or is there?
"14AndOut" and the war between cigarettes and nutrition
There's a war going on between cancer sticks and nutrition, but one program brings the science, medical and nutritional research down to earth, so people can understand and use it, because 95% of smokers need a road map - a guide. The "plight" of the smoker ends when the nutrient base is replenished and the urge to smoke disappears. Plus, quitting smoking is a generous accomplishment! The CDC says that for every person who dies from a smoking-related disease, about 30 more people suffer with at least one serious illness. That's 16 million Americans suffering from an illness caused by smoking, and they don't even smoke! Can you imagine? Worldwide, tobacco causes more than 5 million deaths per year. That's close to the number of people who died in the holocaust, but yearly!
What if you knew about a program that incorporates nutrition into a one hour lesson you never forget? What if this method was completely organic, with no medications and no gimmicks? If you have the will, this is the way. It's time to start sharing the natural method called "14AndOut" that's recommended by the Health Ranger and Editor in Chief of Natural News, Mike Adams. Remember, smoking yourself to death is a preventable "disease."
Learn how to quit starting RIGHT NOW!
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