Quit smoking, get fitter and lose weight at the same time. We call it the ultimate health hat-trick.
Did you know that the average quitter will gain 10lbs / 4.5kgs a year after giving up smoking?
Also, did you know that that most of the weight gain is usually within the first three months of giving up smoking?
Giving up the habit of smoking is extremely challenging. Alongside the fight against intense cravings for a ‘hit’ of nicotine, the ex-smoker often gains weight, which can lead some people to become so frustrated that they unfortunately return to smoking.
Some smokers even admit to using smoking as a weight loss aid, as it helps to diminish their appetite.
With the right support, anyone can learn to give up smoking and either maintain, or even lose weight at the same time.
Read our FREE report and find out some really handy tips on Minimising Weight Gain While Quitting Smoking.