Recent research by the University at Buffalo Public Health and Health Profession shows that eating more fruits and vegetables can help you to quit and tobacco-free for longer. The researchers surveyed 1,000 smokers aged 25 and over conducted telephone interviews with randomly. Researchers follow up study, 14 months later, and again asked if there was use of tobacco for a few months back.
The findings, published in the journal Nicotine and Tobacco Research found after 14 months, smokers who eat fruits and vegetables three times as much, perhaps free from tobacco use for at least one month compared with smokers who rarely or do not like eating fruits and vegetables. “Indeed, this is only an observational study, but the food consumed by a person to facilitate the success to quit smoking,” said researcher Jeffrey P. Haibach, MPH, told through Medicaldaily.
Haibach added, fruits and vegetables faster satiety effect, helping to reduce the need for smoking. According to him, sometimes mistakenly interpret hunger smokers with the desire to smoke. Because, most smokers say smoking can eliminate hunger. Meat, caffeinated drinks and alcohol began to be reduced to the success of recommended smoking cessation program. “Foods such as fruits and vegetables can actually worsen the taste of cigarettes,” said Haibach.
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