Just a few decades ago smoking was cool. Cigarette ads were on every billboard, racing car, and in movies, even those aimed at children.
Some time later, we realized that cigarette smoke inhalation doesn’t contribute to our health and they are no longer allowed to be advertised.
For those who still struggle with this monster, I highly recommend the book by Allen Carr – The Easy Way to Stop Smoking.
I’ve read it twice and quit smoking twice thanks to it, so I know what I’m talking about.
I’ve never started again and I definitely won’t.
However, the biggest poison of the 21st century aren’t cigarettes but something most of us keep in kitchen, whether we know it or not. If you haven’t guessed yet, it’s sugar.
Sugar is directly causing illnesses which are the biggest killers of this century; diabetes, and heart attacks caused by obesety.
Sugar is more addictive than cocain, and a bit less than cigarettes, but it still takes as many lives.
If you wish to find out more about sugar, I suggest you to see a documentary called Fed Up.