Consuming fish oil as omega-3 unsaturated fats can enable you to stop cigarettes, says Dr. Sharon Rabinowitz Shenkar of the University of Haifa, Israel
Studies have demonstrated that smokers who consumed a certain measure of omega-3 smoked 10 percent less cigarettes, that is, they started to feel a lower want to smoke. A comparison was then followed with a group of respondents subjected to a placebo effect, who did not have a decrease in the number of cigarettes smoked daily.
The lack of omega-3 fatty acids is often encountered in chronic smokers. In humans, this leads to damage to the nerve cells and the relationship between the nerves in the part of the brain that is responsible for controlling the needs. That kind of interruption of inflow information, in turn, affects the need for cigarettes.
Dr Shenkar trusts that the aftereffects of the analysis demonstrate that omega-3 unsaturated fats are “our partner in the cancellation of cigarettes” and that, in contrast to different methods, they don’t cause undesirable events.
Thus, the recommendation states that smokers should import more products such as sardines, mushrooms, salmon, but also oil, nuts and sunflower.