Natural News author to tour the East Coast, teaching people a breakthrough “stop smoking” method that saves lives and ends addiction

Sean David Cohen is on tour again, this time on a bigger scale. The author of “14 & Out: Stop Smoking Naturally in 14 Days” is on a mission to help the millions of Americans who are currently battling their nicotine addictions to become healthier. Medical science has proven time and again that smoking causes a plethora of health conditions, the worst being cancer. With the American Cancer Society estimating more than 200,000 new cases of lung cancer to be diagnosed for both men and women this year, it has become glaringly obvious that we need to take a more proactive step in how to prevent this disease. Because, really — cancer is just that: easily preventable.

The Cigarette Killer tour is not just a lecture on how to stop smoking; it is an initiative to change your thinking. The problem many addicts face is that after an inspiring talk or lecture, they follow the program for only a few short weeks before falling off the bandwagon. Even more worrying, when they relapse, more often than not, the addiction becomes worse. Keep that in mind when you are tempted to light that cigarette: the nicotine you are inhaling changes your brain so that you feel that you cannot live without it. The addiction may not seem as bad as others; but the fact remains that you are consciously destroying brain cells for a “quick fix.” Moreover, you are damaging every single organ in your body. So while we do live in a country that promotes freedom and choice, the question you really have to ask yourself is, “have the choices I’ve made in my life so far made my life any better?”

The nightmare that is nicotine addiction can be battled by changing lifestyle and eating habits. There is no “magic pill” or formula to this — but that doesn’t mean that you have to shell out thousands of dollars for rehabilitation programs. That’s one of the fundamental principles we here at Natural News live by. There are ways, and countless ones at that, that are wholesome and natural which can prevent or manage certain conditions. The Cigarette Killer tour aims to cease smoking addiction at its root cause, which is by addressing nutritional deficiencies and reducing the temptation to smoke. Cohen will make even the “taste” of cigarettes seem unappealing.

The tour itself is limited to its KickStarter campaign, which you can help support here. When you donate $100 or more to this cause, you will receive a free copy of Cohen’s other book, “Don’t Eat Cancer.” In this eye-opening report, Cohen reveals the many common food items that we eat everyday that could actually be poisoning us. Cancer is a disease that has its roots in wrong diet and a lack of exercise. The pharmaceutical industry would have us believe that people are predisposed to cancer; a genetic “fluke” that we can’t escape regardless of what we do. This has led to countless women having mastectomies to prevent breast cancer because they carried a gene that is linked to its manifestation. However, we know that just being predisposed to something doesn’t necessarily mean it will happen. (Related: Medical Madness: More Women Scared into Double Mastectomy as Way to “Prevent” Cancer.)

And even if it does, it is not something that you cannot address using natural methods. As with nicotine addiction, don’t buy into the B.S. that you need synthetic drugs to cure a condition. The Cigarette Killer tour will teach you and your loved ones all you need to know about nicotine, how it affects your brain, and the 14 easy and simple (not to mention, natural) ways to stop this very dangerous habit.

The next live class will be in Hampton Roads, VA on July 29.

S.D. Wells, an investigative reporter for Natural News said, “when you stop smoking for good, the process is physical and emotional. There is much more to quitting than just breaking the nicotine addiction, including behavioral patterns and nutritional deficiencies that must be addressed. You need modernized solutions to “modernized problems.”

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