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Eat Immune Boosting Foods

Garlic is pretty high in selenium and sulphur, ginger has antioxidant properties, cayenne pepper is good for circulation and digestion and sea plants support the endocrine system. During your quit attempt, add as many of these foods to your diet as possible to help flush out the toxic chemicals that remain from smoking and help boost your immune system.

Did you know? 

Smoking reduces the absorption of vitamin C in the body; which is needed for healing of infections and wounds. Without enough vitamin C smokers tend to require longer recovery times from illnesses, wounds and surgery.

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