Attention smokers: Flush out your lungs and go from chain smoking to no-smoking in a few months.
LUNG DETOX - The First And Most Important Thing Every Smoker Should Do To Clean His Lungs And That Will Also Help Him Quit Smoking – Immediately And Permanently.
Help your lungs go from black and clogged to pink and healthy in under a year!
If you've been smoking for more than a year now, your lungs would look like the chimney of a factory - charred and black with smoke, dirty with sticky residue of nicotine and tar.
Doctors and med magazines tell you that it would normally take you fifteen smoke-free years to get your lungs looking pink and healthy again.
That's true - to an extent.
But the scientific community has missed a small but vital link that's staring them in the face!
A secret combination of the right food supplements, vitamins and exercise can rinse out the toxins from your lungs in less than 1 year!
Is this you?
You've been smoking for the last
10 8 7 5 years.
You're afraid that your lungs are too far gone to be healthy again.
You're tired of smelling like an ashtray, but feel there's nothing you can do about it.
You truly and sincerely believe that quitting is beyond you.
You notice an irritating dry cough (nothing serious you know - just a dry but persistent irritation), or may be you’re huffing and puffing more than usual.
If you've answered even one of the above questions with a “yes”, then you're probably pretty depressed with your efforts to quit smoking.
To make matters worse, I have some depressing statistics for you (I wish I could spare you this, but there's no running away from the truth).
Did you know that after 2 years of smoking …
You're 12 times more likely to die of lung cancer?
You're 10 times more prone to lung diseases?
You're 10 times more susceptible to cancer of the larynx?
You're 6 times more prone to heart diseases caused by high cholesterol levels?
You're twice as likely to die of a stroke?
Why is this so?
When you smoke, your lungs soak up the noxious fumes of tar and nicotine – much like a piece of sponge soaks up water.