To quit smoking successfully your brain as well as your body needs to adapt
and change at the deepest level.
We often hear it takes willpower to quit smoking. It also takes courage
and time to make the transition from smoker to non-smoker. As you take
away the nicotine from your body, you bring about a big chemical change
that has a significant impact on your mind and emotions. Quitting smoking
hits you hard – your cells start to cry out for the drug that they have
become used to.
So it makes sense that if you can support your mind and emotions through
this turbulent time and help your brain and body adapt to a nicotine-free
environment, you have a better chance of success.
Given that conventional methods of support such as nicotine replacement
have only a 15-17% success rate after one year, theres clearly more to
quitting smoking than simply replacing a cigarette with gum or a patch.
Get Some More Love
The superfood Wild Blue-Green Algae from the Klamath Lake offers the most
powerful all round nutrition to support and balance the body, mind and
It comprises a rich supply of natural anti-depressant type molecules
including phenylethlyamine (PEA) which is also known as the love
molecule.* Research shows that PEA improves mood faster than amphetamines
and is non-addictive (Journal of Neuropsychiatry Clin Neurosci, 1996 spr.
8:2, 168-71). PEA also directly contributes to increasing the quantity of
freely circulating dopamine in the brain.
A lack of dopamine in the brain is associated with cravings. In fact,
certain chemically-based drugs designed to increase dopamine levels are
used alongside nicotine therapy to help people stop smoking. But why
continue to use nicotine and take yet another drug when natures own
dopamine enhancer can have a similar effect naturally?
How does it help smokers quit?
Nicotine’s withdrawal from the body can leave you feeling anxious, stressed
and, sometimes, depressed. This is the bodys way of telling you it
doesnt like the change. It is at this point that many people cave in and
give their body a nicotine hit to feel more in control again as their body
feels the familiar effects. But by redressing the anxiety, stress and
depression before they take a hold you could avert the need to light up.
Loved Up But No Longer Attracted
Many people taking Klamath algae report that they are “no longer attracted
to nicotine. And here are some reasons why:
1 The love molecule PEA promotes feelings of love, calm and
2 PEA also helps adjust the dopamine level in the brain to help you
cope with cravings
3 Klamath Algae has a high level of chlorophyll which is a powerful
cleansing/detoxifying agent that speeds up the removal of toxins that have
accumulated during the smoking years.
* The high level of circulating toxins in the blood stream
contributes to withdrawal symptoms: by removing these toxins quickly and
efficiently you can lessen the withdrawal symptoms
Reach A Natural High
Klamath Blue Green Algae stimulates your entire bodys systems its effect
will be felt in your emotions, energy levels and clarity of mind. A boost
in all these areas could just give you the mental strength and physical
wellbeing to overcome the withdrawal of nicotine. And as the nicotine
leaves your body, the positive effects of the Klamath Algae will continue
to keep you energised, optimistic and alert a natural high that is far
Where do I find Klamath Algae with a high level of Phenylethylamine?
VITALLIFE is pure organic Klamath blue-green algae (Aphanizomenon Flos
Aquae, AFA Fresh), dried using the Refractance Window Method, which
assures a concentration of nutrients up to 10 times higher than other
drying methods such as spray/freeze drying.
It costs 12.00 for 60 capsules. At the recommended intake of four
capsules each day, thats just 80p per day for, literally, a head start in
quitting smoking. Order online at www.simplyvital.com.
For more information, samples and images contact:
Katherine Selby, PR Workshop, 0208 657 4422 firstname.lastname@example.org
Note to editors:
* PEA is an amino acid naturally produced by our brain. Sometimes called a
neurohormone, PEA has specific neuroregenerating properties and is
responsible for increasing brain attention, mental acuity and improving
mood. People experiencing euphoria and joy have particularly high brain
concentrations of PEA, as do people in love, hence it has been named “the
love molecule” by scientists. Long-distance runners also have naturally
high levels, which may explain the anti-depressant effects of endurance