Why do smokers put on weight when they quit cigarettes? A Natural News inside look
Most smokers eat junk food nearly every day of their smoking lives, because they know that the cigarettes are already destroying most of their “healthy living,” so why bother to eat right, right? There are 45 million smokers in the United States, and coincidentally Americans eat about 50 billion hamburgers a year, so go figure. In fact, McDonald’s alone sells 75 burgers every second of every day.
How is this relevant? Fast food, beer and aspirin are a typical consumption regimen for many smokers, who don’t sleep well, have sicknesses last longer than non-smokers and have that constant hack cough. So no matter what weight a smoker may be “weighing in” at while smoking, that weight is likely to skyrocket after coming off nicotine. The hourly or bi-hourly stimulant keeps many smokers skinny or at the weight that they were when they started smoking, but there’s more health detriment…
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