There are countless studies that support this idea, as they occur in El País. The researcher from the Department of Community Health and Healthy Habits at the University of Buffalo (US) Jeffrey P. Haibach argues that the smoker often confuses "hunger with the desire to smoke", a theory that would be associated with the study conducted in more than a thousand adult smokers, who after a follow-up of 14 months concluded that the inclusion of more fruits and vegetables in the diet multiplied the chances of success in quitting three.
The reasons? In addition to the fact that the fiber absorbed by fruits and vegetables increases the feeling of satiety, there is also the fact that many of the foods that are included in this group worsen the taste of tobacco.
This line shows the conclusions of another study published in the Journal Nicotine & Tobacco Research, which includes the food that could be part of what would be the "stop smoking" diet. are, in which, in addition to the fruit or vegetables, some dairy products are also found. There are also foods that increase the urge to smoke, such as meat, alcohol or coffee.
Andreu Palou, professor of biochemistry at the University of the Balearic Islands, explains that if a diet does not lead him to quit smoking, there are foods that can reduce the influence of smoke on the body. They are vitamins that contain vitamin C, something that is more quickly depleted in smokers than in non-smokers. For this reason, orange, mandarin and grapefruit are recommended, but also bioactive substances or plant phytochemicals.
source: 20 minutes