Cigarettes, quitting smoking, smoking cessation.
Smoking cessation is the process of breaking a tobacco addiction, or the desire to do so. In 1975, the World Health Organization defined tobacco addiction as being established when a person consumes tobacco every day, even just once a day.
There are several recommended methods for breaking a tobacco addiction. The best way, in addition to the voluntary act of quitting, is to reduce stress on the body and compensate for insulin resistance, which increases cravings for sugar and starch, and often causes weight gain after quitting.
Be sure to eat protein at every meal. Reduce your consumption of simple sugars (e.g. white sugar, brown sugar and honey). Eat at least 3 meals a day.
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