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Nicotine and the toxic substances found in cigarette smoke have a massively negative impact on the detoxification process of the body. Smoking causes cell damage, which leads to diseases such as cancer, high cholesterol levels, coronary and circulatory problems, respiratory disorders and an increased risk of osteoporosis.


Smoking reduces the level of vitamin C – a main antioxidant in the body. The more you smoke, the more vitamin C you lose from your tissues and blood. Vitamin C also helps you to absorb iron. To combat this reduction in Vitamin C, smokers should try to increase their intake of antioxidants, mainly from fruit and vegetables, and from necessary supplements.


However, giving up smoking is possibly one of the most important and positive decisions you can make about your health.


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