Smoking Cessation, Alcohol:


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You will find it difficult to recover from Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome effectively without stopping smoking and reducing alcohol consumption to an absolute minimum, particularly in the early months.

A larger than statistically average number of Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome sufferers are, or were indeed smokers.

I have recently completed a separate manual which I am giving to all sufferers who are smokers, as I consider it a critical aspect of your recovery.

I have decided that its so important that I have added it on for FREE with all purchases of my book.

If you are NOT prepared to commit to stopping smoking as part of your recovery then please DO NOT buy this course as the protocol will likely fail and you will assume the protocol is at fault which is the opposite of what i wish to achieve. 

It is utterly critical to your recovery to address the issue of smoking, the reasons for this are obvious.

In a nutshell, there are over 600 toxic chemicals absorbed into your bloodstream with each and every inhalation from your cigarette.

Your existing condition includes congestion, lymphatic toxicity, and multiple chemical sensitivities. The prime objective of my protocol is toxic reduction to reduce inflammation of nerve endings surrounding the brain and spinal column, and obviously the protocol WILL FAIL if you continue to introduce toxic chemicals into your system, however hard you are working to eliminate them.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Clive L. Haslam, (B.A, M.Sc, PgDip)

Biochemical Science and Research.

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