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Quit Smoking Information – The Ugly Truth!

• Studies show that 78% to 93% of smokers using over-the-counter Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) products (Nicotine patches & gum) return to smoking in six months.[17]
• 86% using anti-smoking prescription drugs return to smoking in six months.
• Acupressure and Hypnotism have no proven long-term smoking cessation effect (0% success).
• Equal numbers of smokers quit by going “Cold Turkey” or by gradual reduction NRT.
• Whatever method used to quit, on average it takes seven attempts to quit completely.
• As Mark Twain once said: “Quitting smoking is easy, I’ve done it lots of times.”
• There are more than 4,000 chemicals in tobacco smoke, 69 of them cause cancer.

So Why Use Fresh?

Because FRESH works with you, not against you.

FRESH ensures that smokers who have attempted to quit do not lose all of their hard won progress and for those who are trying to cut-back it offers an over 90% reduction without changing their daily smoking routine.

How does FRESH compare with Nicotine Replacement (NR) products? (Patches & Gum)

FRESH helps smokers lower Nicotine intake as efficiently than Nicotine patches, gum or inhalers and FRESH does it without going “Cold Turkey” or by adding Nicotine. And NR products have a success rate of only 7%.

What’s the FRESH Guarantee?

ONLY FRESH Filters Guarantee a reduction of over 90% of your habit. FRESH cuts the Tar and Nicotine you take in everyday by over 90%, in a natural way until you’re ready to quit. With FRESH you lower the bar by over 90% Guaranteed!

How does FRESH work?

It’s as simple as it is effective.

Fresh is a mechanical pressure filter. As you inhale you put the smoke under pressure, as it exits the “filter” it expands suddenly and as it does the heavier elements Tar, Nicotine (And a very long list of additives) drop out of the smoke and are deposited inside the FRESH filter.

Note: There are more than 4,000 chemicals in tobacco smoke, 69 of them cause cancer (NY Tri-County Cessation Center.)

Will FRESH change the taste or temperature of my cigarette?

NO, FRESH has no filtering substance (water, charcoal or fiber) so it has nothing to interact with the taste of your cigarette. Fresh adds nothing but removes over 90% of the Tar, Nicotine.

How can I tell its working?

Fresh is clear so you’ll see all of the trapped Tar & Nicotine from your very first cigarette.

How many FRESH filters will I need?

Each filter can filter up to five regular or ten light cigarettes.

How much will using FRESH cost me?

Each pack of FRESH has 30 filters and costs $2.50 to $4.00. That’s good for 150 regular or 300 light cigarettes. A pack-a-day regular’s smoker would need only one pack of FRESH a week and a lights smoker one pack of FRESH every two weeks. FRESH is by far the most economical of all the smoking cessation methods.

Does FRESH have any proof that it works?

Answer: Read the Arista labs report.

YES! It does, right here on this site, FRESH has its latest lab test done by Arista Labs, the largest independent cigarette testing company in the US.

Can I quit using FRESH?

Yes, using FRESH and reducing gradually, your daily number of cigarettes can be very effective in overcoming Nicotine addiction. Once your daily Nicotine intake is below the minimum your body needs to maintain your addiction, it will soon cease to exist. Using FRESH cuts your intake of Nicotine by more than 90%. FRESH turns the Nicotine found in a pack into the equivalent of that of only two cigarettes.

The daily number of cigarettes needed to maintain a nicotine addiction varies from person to person but cutting back while using FRESH quickly lowers the bar needed to reach your personal nicotine quit level.

Are there any side effects?

“Less Tar – More taste”

FRESH filters only reported side-effect is an improvement in the taste of user’s cigarettes. This is due to the removal of most of the chemicals added to cigarettes by cigarette companies.

Is it ok to keep smoking as long as I use FRESH?

NO! FRESH strongly recommends that you try to quit. Please know that NO filter can make smoking “safe.”

Time to Hit the Links.

There are many online resources available below to help you quit smoking, educational materials, Web sites, and support groups. You can also talk to your doctor about other strategies for quitting that may be right for you.

Recommended Helpful Links

Explore Quit Smoking Methods:
www.smokefree.gov

Quit Smoking Cessation:
www.cdc.gov

Quit Smoking Help Guide:
www.helpguide.org

Center For Disease Control:
http://www.cdc.gov/

Tips for Quitting Smoking:
http://www.cdc.gov/tobacco/campaign/tips/index.html

CDC – I’m Ready to Quit:
http://www.cdc.gov/tobacco/campaign/tips/quit-smoking/index.html

Quitting Methods Source Research Studies

MedScape Website Research:
http://www.medscape.org/viewarticle/418531

AIM Website Research – PDF Document:
http://www.ctri.wisc.edu/HC.Providers/webinars/AIM_Smith.pdf

Cochrane Research:
http://tobacco.cochrane.org/our-reviews

Cochrane Research – Abrupt Quitting Info:
http://www.cochrane.org/CD008033/TOBACCO_comparing-reducing-smoking-to-quit-with-abrupt-quitting

Compares Cold Turkey with Gradual Cutting-Back – Interesting:
http://www.cochrane.org/CD002295/TOBACCO_do-exercise-interventions-help-people-quit-smoking

The Effect of Exercise on Quitting:
http://www.cochrane.org/CD005990/TOBACCO_does-nicobrevin-help-people-to-stop-smoking

For support in quitting, including free quit coaching, a free quit plan & free educational materials call:

1-800-QUIT-NOW  |   1-800-784-8669

1-855-DÉJELO-YA  |   1-855-335-3569   (en Español)

More Websites to Help You “Cut Back” or Quit Smoking

SmokeFree – Website dedicated to helping you quit smoking:
Smokefree.gov

SmokeFree – For Women:
http://women.smokefree.gov/

SmokeFree – For Teens:
http://teen.smokefree.gov/

SmokeFree – For Latinos (Espanol):
https://espanol.smokefree.gov/

Booklet that tells you about ways you can quit:
Help for Smokers and Other Tobacco Users

FDA approved products TO Quit smoking:
FDA 101: Smoking Cessation Products

Fact Sheet from the National Cancer Institute:
Harms of Smoking and Health Benefits of Quitting

Tools and Guides to Help you Quit Smoking:
Quit Smoking

Estimates of Costs of Quit Smoking Methods

http://www.bloomberg.com/consumer-spending/2012-04-13/the-real-cost-of-quitting-smoking.html#slide11

The Benefits of Quitting Smoking (Timetable) – Good News!

When oxygen is severely reduced in the blood it causes problems for the heart and other health problems. However after 12 hours of quitting smoking, the carbon monoxide in your blood decreases which then increases the amount of oxygen in the blood to normal levels.

After 20 minutes after Quitting

  • Blood pressure decreases
  • Pulse rate drops
  • Body Temp of Extremities increases (Hands and Feet)

After 8 Hours

  • Carbon Monoxide lever in blood drops to normal
  • Oxygen level increases to normal

After 24 Hours

  • Chance of Heart attack decreases

After 48 Hours

  • Nerve endings start to re-grow
  • Ability to smell & taste is enhanced

2 to 3 Months

  • Circulation improves
  • Walking becomes easier
  • Lung function increases

1 to 9 Months

  • Nerve endings start to re-grow
  • Ability to smell & taste is enhanced
  • Cough Sinus congestion, fatigue, shortness of breath, decreases

1 Year

  • Excessive risk of coronary disease is decreased to ½ that of a smoker

5 to 15 Years

  • Stroke risk is reduced to that of people who never smoked.

10 Years

  • Risk of Lung Cancer drops to as little as ½ of smokers
  • Risk of cancer: Mouth, throat, esophagus, bladder, kidney & pancreas decreases
  • Risk of ulcer decreases

15 Years

  • Risk coronary disease similar to person ho have never smoked
  • Risk of death returns to nearly the level of those who never smoked