Same goes for weight loss, sugar addiction, exercise, whatever. Some people have it harder than others.
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I had no real difficulties in quitting but it was still unpleasant for a few days.
There are those who die from lung cancer with a cigarette dangling from their blue lips as they
simply could not kick the habit. Addiction is no laughing matter and without the right supports it is damn near impossible for some.
As for the OP I think smoking is generally worse than sugar but it all depends on the details...ie how much, for how long etc.
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For me the PB lifestyle is an antidote to the years I have spent addicted to both sugar and tobacco finally giving my body a chance to really deal with these toxins. I have not smoked for years but living in the city as I do I am exposed to other pollutants so reducing the load is about all one can do.
sugar is going to be a very difficult issue, no one wants to believe the bad things about something that tastes so good and has been so widely insinuated into just about all processed foods.
But hearing that smoking is not so bad is clearly a willing victim trying to fool themselves again that something that is harmful 100% of the time is not really harmful 100%...show me a healthy cigarette...( hint no cigarette maker has yet been able to)
Sugar however at least has some health benefits, and if it could be rationed in a way that stops chronic addiction might still have a useful purpose. Personally I find avoiding all sugar impossible as I drink wine and beer, and will have the odd croissant with jam...and suffer withdrawals afterwards.
I highly recommend never lighting up another cigarette, cigar, pipe, bong, whatever and inhaling the toxic smoke.
As is often the case it depends who you are and what your strengths and weaknesses are but in general I would say smoking is worse.
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