Thursday, May 1, 2014

How to naturally stop smoking cigarettes – and never go back!

14 & Out ... A 90 minute class you’ll never forget, but always thank!

Intro: Knowledge is King

Learn the BIG secret of WHY cigarettes are so addictive. Find out how Marlboro and Kool hooked an entire nation of smokers in one year, nearly putting every other cigarette manufacturer out of business!

Find out the 4 unlisted secret ingredients that keep you sick and tired, heading for early death.

Understand why "cold-turkey" quitters go back, and why the patch, gum, and pills rarely keep smokers away for long.

Learn stress reduction techniques without smoking.

Finally, once and for all, you will despise cigarettes, and never go back!


This class is the end of your habit! 

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21 Questions and Answers!

Learn the answers to the 21 questions that directly address the reason why you started, the reasons why you still smoke, and most importantly all the reasons why you haven’t quit. Other programs, medications, devices and gimmicks don’t take into account the fact that everyone is different. People have several different reasons why they smoke, not just one or two. When people try to quit, they usually fail for several reasons also, not just one. It’s not just the nicotine. It’s not just because it relaxes you. This habit and its cure are personal and unique to every individual. There are mental, emotional, and physiological reasons people smoke, and there are mental, emotional, and physiological reasons people can’t quit, and that is exactly what we address with this 90 minute class. When people take the patch or chew the gum, they are only addressing one attribute of the smoking addiction, and even with that, the quantities and qualities of that attribute are not measured properly, so the "weening" process is skewed.

Learn key secrets in the manufacturing process the cigarette companies don’t want you to know about. How can the nicotine in a cigarette be 35 times as strong as they would have us believe? What could cigarette manufacturers be doing behind closed doors to make cigarettes have this lethal effect? Isn’t it like alcohol where you can look at the label and know what you’re getting? Who regulates the maximum nicotine content in a cigarette? What’s the dosage?

Ever heard of Jolt Cola, the cola with massive amounts of caffeine? What if there was a beer or wine that the shelves that had 35 times the alcohol content than typical, but it didn’t say anything on the label about it? Could you imagine the wrecks, the D.U.I.’s, the court cases that would ensue because of it. Guess what? Most of the premium brands of cigarettes have up to 35% more nicotine potency than you think, and the manufacturers don’t have to label them.

If you google a picture of a cigarette manufacturing machine, it looks like some kind of scientific forensics lab, equipped with all kinds of bottles full of chemicals with tubes connected and meters to measure everything. What the hell are they doing to them that we don’t know about? In my class, we dissect a cigarette, and you find out the real deal.

Why don’t cigarettes go out in heavy wind? You can hold your cigarette out the car window while driving down the highway and it won’t go out. Why? Try rolling your own and see what happens. Ever been burned by the lit end of a cigarette? I have. It can leave a scar for life. The tip of the cigarette burns at about 1700 degrees Fahrenheit during the smoker’s inhale, and at over 1,000 degrees when idle between drags. You think that’s just paper and tobacco burning?!

And why do cigarettes burn so evenly, from start to finish? They never trail up one side. Are they wrapped in simple paper, or is there more to it than that? Is something flammable weaved carefully into the paper that wraps the tobacco? Also, trees are not white, they’re brown, but most cigarettes are white. If the paper has been dyed white with bleach, does that mean you’re smoking bleach?

What happens when you burn pesticides, insecticides, and weed killers, like round up? Isn’t that what they spray in huge doses on the tobacco plants to keep away bugs and weeds?

Why does it take up to 15 years for a cigarette filter to disintegrate? If it was just cotton and paper, and I threw it in the yard, it would be gone after a couple rainstorms. And what’s in a cigarette filter that keeps it from getting hot? You can smoke it down to the nub and your fingers won’t even get warm. How is it insulated? Is it some kind of fiberglass insulation, like in your attic?

Why do smokers love to have a cigarette after meals? There’s not a chance in the world that the nicotine aids in digestion, so what’s the deal? Most asked will say it relaxes them, but how? If you quit smoking, what will you do to replace this "benefit" that’s gone?

Why do smokers cough so much right when they get out of bed in the morning? How come nothing comes up, like when you have a cold or allergies, sometimes you can cough up mucus and at least you breathe or feel a little better.

Are smoker’s breathing patterns the same when they are smoking as when they are just breathing during the day? Some smokers only take 3 or 4 drags off a cigarette and it’s done, while others get 10 or 12 puffs like it’s a ritual. Who’s getting more bang for their buck? Does it matter how long you hold the smoke in, or how big of puffs you take? If so, why is this something that’s worth thinking about if you’re trying to quit?

Many smokers say that cigarettes give them a certain "edge" to their thinking when dealing with stressful situations. What happens when they build up an immunity to the nicotine, do they have to smoke more often, or find stronger cigarettes to still get that feeling? Are some cigarettes stronger than others? How do you know?


Learn to despise cigarettes

How can you learn to hate something that you like right now? Knowledge is king, and it’s something noone can take away from you. This class is like a fast track college degree on smoking. My two years of research on this topic have been condensed and refined to make sense to every smoker, no matter how long you’ve been smoking and no matter what reasons you have for starting or wanting to stop. The only way to make sense of what is happening to you is to know what’s going on behind closed doors to keep you addicted. My hands on demonstration is like no other, and you will learn what’s really in a cigarette, and you will learn to despise cigarettes, and never light up again! In 90 minutes, you will have the tools and the drive to quit, and then it’s up to you to stick to your guns. Nobody can make you stop but you, but the hardest thing to do is to have a goal you want to accomplish, but be missing the key steps necessary to get there.

You can make up your mind your going to climb a mountain, and you can have all the drive and motivation in the world to do it, but without the right tools, and without the right knowledge of what you’re dealing with, you have a slim chance of accomplishing your goal. This class arms you for success. This class is not a gimmick, or a vial of pills, or some packs of gum, or a box of patches.

This class is the end of your habit!

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Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Are you depending on the “cigarette ritual” to get you through the day?


My neighbors smoke. They seem to have a lot going on in their front yard and driveway every day and they do most of it with a cigarette in their mouth, whether lit or not, doesn’t matter to them. The excitement, it seems, of smoking “soon” is enough to rile them up into activity, and with the cigarette, they buzz around, doing a little in the garden, cleaning their car out, or just playing ball with the dog. This man and woman behave in the same exact manner with a cigarette, going through lots of ritualistic movements, getting ready to smoke or getting stuff done before the nicotine stick is fully smoked. I notice all of this because I want to understand how to help them quit, if there is a way.


There is a famous saying that goes, “Where there is a will, there is a way.” I wonder. How many smokers have the will to quit, when it seems to me that will power is generated by nutrition, and how many smokers in the world practice a lick of it? Most will tell you that they know “good and well” that cigarettes are bad for them, and might even kill them early, but they don’t want to address their eating habits either. So what then? How can the ritual of smoking be rightfully given up if smokers love it, and it’s what gets them motivated, or feeling normal enough to function? Certainly their diet or “lack thereof” isn’t motivating them or driving them to function. Let’s talk about the rituals and how a smoker can simply replace and replenish in order to quit cigarettes.


Replace and replenish – the secret to quitting the smoking ritual


You’ve seen some, you were one, or you are one now – a smoker playing with a cigarette, packing it, moving it from hand to mouth and back to hand, tapping the ashes, flicking them, taking long puffs, long holds, short puffs, short inhales, and blowing tubes of smoke up towards the sky, or in smoke rings, or even out of their nose. You see smokers packing the pack of cigarettes against their palm or a table top. You hear smokers talk funny with lungs full of smoke. You see them think deeply with the smoke in their lungs, waiting to exhale and feel the nicotine kick. You see smokers with a new, unlit cigarette hanging from their lips, or lip, somehow sometimes stuck to the corner of their mouth, like some treat that’s just waiting in the wings for them to partake. But it’s no treat. This is serious. This is “business” as usual for a smoker, who loves the ritual and nurtures it – the very ritual that is crippling their natural motivation, natural will and worst of all, their organic being.


The beginning of quitting is realizing how deep the ritual runs, and then addressing every moment of it. Sounds difficult, but it is rather simple. If you or someone you know smokes a pack a day, that’s about 250 times they repeat their hand to mouth habit, not to mention all the other rituals. Two packs a day means 500 rituals including a change of breathing patterns. Think about that. How do you breathe while smoking? Take the smoke away and start stretching and you might call it yoga.


Now take organic snacks like diced up celery or carrots, raw nuts, dark organic chocolate, dried organic fruits and some spring water, and put that to your mouth and nibble, 250 to 500 times a day, then stretch and breathe and we are NO LONGER DEPENDENT on nicotine to feel good or to feel motivation. There is no “come down,” no let down, and no running to the store for nicotine cancer sticks. The habit ends. The ritual is changed forever, and the negative feelings that come from the 7,000 chemicals in commercial cigarettes just wither away like weeds you stopped watering! Do it. Release yourself from the nicotine prison. It’s time to replace and replenish every little “bad” ritual with a good one, and experience longevity that you inherently “long for” and have since before you ever picked up your first cigarette.


Health is the only wealth – just ask a sick rich person!


Want to quit cigarettes forever, and do it naturally? Check out 14 & Out, the world’s best, most comprehensive smoking cessation method that uses knowledge, behavior modification and nutrition to help you help yourself get free, for good!

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Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Think twice before you consume Canola Oil!

According to Natural News, canola oil can have detrimental effects on your health, especially the genetically modified (GM) canola that Monsanto manufactures for the masses to consume. The omega-3 fatty acids of processed canola oil are transformed during the deodorizing process into trans fatty acids. The reason why canola is particularly unsuitable for consumption is that it contains a very-long-chain fatty acid called erucic acid, which under some circumstances is associated with fibrotic heart lesions.

A biochemist would tell you that canola oil has higher levels of trans fatty acids than soybean oil and other toxic GMO "hybrid" oils that the masses use on a regular basis. This would include the hydrogenated vegetable oils cottonseed, safflower and corn.

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Scores of scientists have condemned a journal editor's retraction of a study that reported a number of serious side effects in lab rats that consumed Monsanto's genetically modified maize and Roundup herbicide.

According to a press release by a group called “End Science Censorship,” the number of scientists decrying the retraction has climbed to 150. The group said the editor of the Elsevier journal Food and Chemical Toxicology, Dr. A. Wallace Hayes, claimed that the retraction of a study conducted by a team headed by Prof. Gilles-Eric Seralini was due to some "inconclusive" findings. But that rationale has been roundly criticized by scientists who point out that many studies contain findings that are not at all conclusive.

What is also noteworthy, they point out, is that the retraction comes just a few months after the arrival of a former Monsanto scientist on the editorial board of the scientific journal.

"It is a criminal attitude," said Dr. Mohamed Habib, a professor of entomology at the University of Campinas, Brazil, who has signed a petition opposing the retraction.

"Truth and ethical values have to be considered as more important than money. The article must be reinstated," he said, adding that the retraction appeared to indicate that powerful economic interests influenced the journal's decision.

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Like most highly refined oils, canola oil is low in essential nutrients. However, it does contain a little bit of the fat soluble vitamins E and K.

A typical fatty acid composition of canola oil is:


·        Saturated: 7%.

·        Monounsaturated: 63%.

·        Polyunsaturated: 28% (with omega-6 and omega-3 in a 2:1 ratio).

Keep in mind that the exact figures and ratios can vary between different batches.

According to conventional wisdom, saturated fat is bad and unsaturated fats are good, so according to that, the fatty acid composition is pretty much perfect.

Although saturated fat has been considered harmful in the past, several recent studies have shown that it really has nothing to do with heart disease. Therefore, the low saturated fat content of canola oil is completely irrelevant, although it does allow for some excellent marketing slogans.

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