Are you trying to quit smoking?
Eat more fruits and vegetables! Researchers at the University of Buffalo polled 1,000 smokers every month for over a year. At the end of the study, those who ate the most produce were 3 times more likely to be tobacco-free – and to have avoided smoking for at least 30 days… compared to the people who ate the fewest fruits and vegetables. The researchers also found that smokers who consumed the most produce smoked fewer cigarettes per day, waited longer to smoke their first cigarette after waking, and were less dependent on nicotine. So why does eating healthy food help you quit? Because one healthy action often starts a chain reaction of healthy behavior. It gets you thinking in healthier ways – and you don't want to ruin all your hard work, and blow it, by smoking.