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Posted on 01-19-2015
Trying to quit smoking can be difficult. Some times, there are things that can be done to help make the situation a little easier to deal with. Some new research suggests that eating more fruits and vegetables each day can decrease cigarette use. I would imagine it is due to a combination of factors, one being those people are trying to make healthier choices, and two, the increase in good foods helps the body detox, and not crave cigarettes, as well as give you something else to do with your mouth and hands!
Here is a link to the article that talks about the study. If you or someone you know is trying to quit smoking, and have questions on tips that can effectively help you quit smoking, please contact our office at (386) 492-4881.
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