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Heavy metals in cigarettes feed 'the hook' - Learn how to get unhooked

Tuesday, March 11, 2014 by: S. D. Wells
Tags: cigarettes, heavy metals, smoking cessation

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(NaturalNews) What amounts of heavy metals are deposited in your body if you smoke a pack of cigarettes every day? What if you smoke two packs a day? Heavy metal toxicity feeds the vicious cycle of needing super-strong nicotine to provide temporary relief from heavy metal toxic overload, also known as the "aspirin for the cigarette hangover." Find out what it means to your body to be smoking the heavy metals in cigarettes at 250 to 500 inhalations per day. What the heck are you REALLY smoking? If you really knew, you could quit. It's time to find out HOW to quit.

The tip of a cigarette burns at 1,700 degrees Fahrenheit during the inhalation, so what happens when you mix chemicals with heavy metals at 1,700 degrees? How much cadmium and lead are you smoking, literally? What is this doing to your body, and what are the "genotoxic" and carcinogenic properties of the cigarette smoke that you inhale? Finally, do you know what the inorganic human carcinogenic compounds are, and are they making you less human?

Cigarette smoke is a complex mixture of chemicals. Cells in the human body are exposed to this toxic heavy metal combination and incur oxidative damage on the DNA level. The metal particles are carried in the cigarette smoke and inflict significant direct DNA damage, whether using "filtered" cigarettes or not. The result is a genotoxic response of different lung cell types to concentrations of complex combinations of heavy metals mixed with ammonia, herbicide and pesticide. (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov)


How is smoking cigarettes changing your genes and your gene structure? What are the parts per trillion, billion and million that are depositing in your lungs and entering your blood stream? How do heavy metals found in tobacco smoke, such as cadmium (Cd), chromium (Cr), lead (Pb) and nickel (Ni), accumulate in tissues and fluids in the body? For how many years do these carcinogens affect smokers, long after they have quit the habit? Take a look:

Cadmium: Cadmium causes kidney damage and fragile bones. Cigarette smoke contains substantial amounts of cadmium. Average Cd levels in cigarettes range from 1000 to 3000 g/kg. One pack of cigarettes deposits 2-4 g of Cd into the lungs of a smoker. (http://science.naturalnews.com)

Lead: Lead is a chemical element in the carbon group. An increase in Pb level is associated with a decrease of your intelligence quotient - you know - your IQ! It's also associated with behavioral problems - so just think what it does to teenagers who smoke a pack a day or more. Lead deposits can cause serious side effects on the brain, nervous system and red blood cells. Watch this heavy metal toxicity video report from the Forensic Foods Lab at Natural News for an in-depth analysis by the Health Ranger: (http://www.youtube.com).

Nickel carbonyl: Ni(CO)4 is an extremely toxic gas, and occupational exposure should not exceed 0.007 mg per cubic meter, so what about secondhand smoke at home or at work - is that an "occupational" carcinogen? The heavy metal toxins travel as particles in the smoke. Do you have kids or loved ones inhaling that at your home? Would you like to see test results for heavy metals in secondhand smoke? They are coming soon from the Natural News Lab. Fact: Secondhand smoke kills 42,000 NONSMOKERS a year in the United States. (http://www.cdc.gov)

What happens when you combine these heavy metals? How is your DNA altered by smoking a pack of cigarettes every day, and how is your immunity to other sickness compromised? The health detriment of cigarettes can affect a smoker for a decade or even two decades after quitting smoking. The true keys to detoxification and healing lie in nutrition and behavior modification. Statistics show that more than half of smokers in the world would quit today if they knew how. It's time to find out how to quit without medications or the toxic "patch."


You could return your body to 100% organic and be a happy, healthy person. You could learn how your body retains heavy metals, how it expels them and exactly which foods you could eat to "capture" them and pull them out, and return to ideal health. Imagine how much easier it would be to STOP SMOKING FOR GOOD if you knew what to do and HOW to do it! It's not just about willpower; you need a good guide.

So, how do you stop smoking naturally in 14 days? How do you get unhooked for good? Learn about the "metal capturing capacity" of natural foods, herbs and tinctures. Then get prepared for a phenomenal life as a nonsmoker! The Health Ranger, Mike Adams, hosts the preview/trailer for the all natural method created by the Stop Smoking Expert at 14&Out. Get ready, because the reward of good health is that you will never crave another cigarette as long as you live.

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