Want To Quit Smoking?

  These 7 Healthy Foods Detox Nicotine Fast

It’s no secret that smoking is bad for you, but once you start, it’s hard to ever stop. If you still smoke and want to quit, quitting today can have a profound effect on your long-term health!
 Plus, you’ll feel much better in general.
 These natural, healthy foods will help
 kick the nicotine out of your system.

Orange juice.

Orange juice not only hydrates your body, enabling it to effectively remove toxins, it provides necessary vitamins for strengthening the immune system. We recommend freshly squeezed organic oranges with just a bit of water drank between meals.

Spinach and broccoli.

This super strong super green combination is important for the quitting process. They’re both high in folic acid which is crucial to detoxing nicotine. Broccoli is also high in vitamins B5 and C, which are crucial to strong immune health.

Kiwi and lemon.

When you smoke, your ability to absorb vitamins A, C, and E are compromised. Kiwi and lemons are high in all three of these nutrients, which strengthen the immune system and help fight off germs. They’re also crucial for repairing your body after you quit.

Green tea.

Chronic smoking causes the body to lose fluids, and green tea is a great way to replenish those fluids. Additionally, green tea helps rid the body of nicotine and can replace habits. Many people form the habit of drinking coffee or a beer and smoking a cigarette. Instead, try green tea.


Carrots are high in vitamins A, C, K, and B. These vitamins are necessary for detoxing the body and strengthening the immune system. In conjunction with apples and the above listed fruits and vegetables, you have a super powerful, super healthy method of detoxing nicotine under your belt.

We wish you success in your battle to quit smoking. You can do it!

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