Cigarette smoking harms nearly every organ of the body, causes many diseases, and reduces the health of smokers in general.1,2
Quitting smoking lowers your risk for smoking-related diseases and can add years to your life.
Over time your body mandates additional and more nicotine to give you the same experience that you used to get with one cigarette previously. This makes withdrawal hard. Even when the physical symptoms go away, nicotine cravings may remain for much longer.
The prospect of quitting cigarettes may all seem very grim, but your body will be thankful for your new cigarette-free stance. It doesn’t even have to be this hard. Scientists have established an easier way of curbing down the evil nicotine cravings and the excuse for this may be sitting in your local health stores
So junk food and sugar may make you feel good temporarily, but it is not a healthy long-term option. Electronic cigarettes are also no Bueno. So what can you do to help you quit once and for all?
Have you ever used stevia as a sugar substitute? Have you put a few drops into a cup of coffee or tea to sweeten your drink? Well, what if I told you that stevia can also help you quit smoking?
Stevia contains minerals and vitamins, a good amount of flavonoids, powerful antioxidants. This plant helps to keep bad cholesterol in check. It is useful in cases of hypertension, it has a laxative and antibacterial action.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has estimated that stevia intake could eventually replace 20-30% of all dietary sweeteners. The total global sweetener market was estimated at $58.3 billion in 2010, and the market for all-natural, zero-calorie sweeteners made with stevia is increasing dramatically.