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Hot Quit Newsletter, Issue #017 - New Year's Special! Great Offer for 2007
January 08, 2007

Here we are with your January 2007 Newsletter from The Ultimate Quit Smoking Guide

If you're thinking about quitting smoking, join the rush and click over to the Quit for Good Stop Smoking program but don't waste a good newsletter, read this first!

Previously quit, but struggling? You need this unique guide:
Never Think About Smoking Again

A quote to think about...

"You must be the change you wish to see in the world"
~ Ghandi

Good news and more good news
Here's your chance to get our stop smoking products at a New Year's bargain price.

You have two choices, so follow these instructions carefully and by the time my next newsletter rolls around, you'll be smoke-free... yippee. Here we go...

  1. To purchase the MP3 downloadable version of the Quit for Good 7 Day Stop Smoking Program at a 15% discount, (that's $18.00 off!) click (Sorry, discount special expired)
    If you want to read more about this program first, click here.... but don't forget to come back and use the above discount link to buy.
  2. OR, you can purchase any version (cds, tapes or MP3s) of the Quit for Good 7 Day Stop Smoking Program at the normal price and receive FREE, the great follow-up e-book, Never Think About Smoking Again, and all its bonuses.
    To read more about this e-book, click here.
    To take advantage of this offer, click (Sorry, discount special expired)

Easy as pie, and both these specials will run until the end of January 2007, so grab your chance now!

Why Chew?
Remember in the last Newsletter, I told you about Joanna, who tried one meal a day, chewing each mouthful 200 times. Well, someone asked me why, and how would this help weight loss?

Firstly, your stomach has no teeth! Chewing breaks up your food, so there is more surface area for the digestive enzymes to work on, first in your saliva and then in your stomach. So instead of whole peas in and whole peas out (to use a graphic example), good chewing gets the digestive process started where it should in the mouth. Say hello to getting all the goodness and flavour from your food, which means you don't need lots of added salt and flavourings, and say goodbye to indigestion, flatulence and that blurghhhh feeling of fullness.

Secondly, when each mouthful of food goes down the hatch, it takes about 20 mins before the signal of fullness reaches your brain. Chewing a lot means you are constantly receiving these signals and are aware when you feel satiated.

Third, I haven't tried chewing 200 times... but I'd say, there goes a good part of your day! So not much time for quaffing too much food.

And my last word on this... I personally think six or so small meals and healthy snacks during the day are the ideal, especially for quitting smokers who need to keep their blood sugar up after nicotine withdrawal. But, always remember to mightily munch much more... that means, chew well, more than you've ever done before.

This big secret to chew well to eat less, has scientific proof ...have a read of this: Eating slowly proven to reduce caloric intake by 70 percent in recent study

A joke to finish
Long Life
A woman walked up to a little old man rocking in a chair on his porch.
"I couldn't help noticing how happy you look," she said. "What's your secret for a long happy life?"
"I smoke three packs of cigarettes a day," he said. "I also drink a case of whiskey a week, eat fatty foods, and never exercise!"
"That's amazing," the woman said. "How old are you?"
He thought for a moment, and replied, "Twenty-six."

See you with the next Hot Quit Newsletter.


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