Nutritionist Kapralova advised eating pomegranates, lemons and broccoli to cleanse the body of nicotine

According to nutritionist Maria Kapralova, some products help cleanse the body of nicotine. We are talking about pomegranates, oranges, lemons, ginger and broccoli.

– Pomegranate is considered the best tool in the fight against intoxicants (cigarettes, alcohol and other substances toxic to the body). In addition, pomegranates improve the quality of blood and circulation in general, she told Gazeta.Ru.

Eating pomegranate in food increases the number of red blood cells in the blood. Oranges and lemons, like other citrus fruits, contain vitamin C and improve metabolism, “accelerating” it. Ginger supports immunity and reduces cravings for smoking.

Kiwi, broccoli, greens are also useful. Kiwi improves digestion and fights depression, while broccoli regulates metabolic processes.

Nicotine is a neurotoxic poison that disrupts the electrochemical processes of the nervous system and causes the death of neurons. When tobacco dependence occurs, it is addiction to nicotine that occurs.

Nicotine increases the risk of cardiovascular, respiratory and gastrointestinal diseases, affects programmed cell death, damages them, which causes the development of tumors.

Symptoms of nicotine poisoning:

  • nausea, vomiting,
  • abdominal pain
  • increased salivation
  • in case of severe intoxication – confusion, irritability, drowsiness, convulsions, loss of consciousness.

Physiological dependence on nicotine:

  • feelings of anxiety and restlessness;
  • irritability;
  • dysphoria;
  • irresistible desire to smoke;
  • difficulty concentrating ;
  • headache;
  • increased appetite.

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Important! Information provided for reference purposes. Ask a specialist about contraindications and side effects and under no circumstances self-medicate. At the first sign of illness, consult a doctor.