The Complete Lung Detoxification Guide – New Edition Release Sale!

the complete lung detoxification guideWe hope you have enjoyed the last week of blog posts, and hope that you got something helpful out of them. We have been working overtime to make sure that we have crossed all our t’s and dotted all our i’s on the new 2011 edition of the Complete Lung Detoxification Guide Series, information from which has been integral to each and every post.

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And now we are pleased to announce that the updates are finished on this revolutionary guide, and it is ready for you to download and implement immediately.

In fact, we are so excited that we are having a New Edition Sale to celebrate the release of the 2011 update! So for the next week we will be selling our guide at an amazing 50% off! We are practically giving this away for the next 7 days OR until we sell 700 copies – whichever comes first!

Below is an overview of what you will find in this new edition!

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— Book 1 – Motivation – 2011 Update! —

Motivation is the basis behind any action we take. Without strong, continued motivation, no Quit Smoking Attempt can be successful, and no Lung Detox regime will be followed resolutely enough to make any real impact on your lung health.  In this book you will learn:

  • What motivation really is, and how to cultivate it no matter how low and unmotivated you initally feel.
  • How to determine your most important personal motivations – some that might even shock you!
  • How to implement powerful psychological tools to keep motivation at amazingly high levels!
  • How you can actually train your mind so that all this becomes subconscious, and you end up expending near zero mental effort to stay fully motivated!

— Book 2 – Quit Smoking – 2011 Update! —

If you have not quit smoking yet, this book will teach you everything you need to know about ending your addiction to cigarettes. But if you have managed to stop smoking and are looking just for a way to detox your lungs, this section will still be of great use to you to help prevent relapse, and further understand why you used to smoke. In fact, it can help you steer clear of any addiction you might develop in the future! You will discover:

  • The real reasons why you continue to smoke – those that no one else mentions.
  • The science behind physical addiction to cigarettes and how to beat it for good.
  • The science behind the psychological addiction that too many people ignore, and how to overcome it fast.
  • One simple fact that will change your thoughts on how hard quitting cigarettes should be.
  • How to construct a long term quitting plan that will make you NEVER relapse to smoking again!

— Book 3 – Lung Detoxification – 2011 Update!–

This book presents the real meat of how to turn those black, sick lungs of yours into healthy, pink ones – full of life and oxygen, and strong enough to see you through the rest of your life! In this book we uncover:

  • The exact damage you have done to your lungs, and what you should expect after quitting cigarettes.
  • The super lung-cleansing foods you need to eat!
  • Secret natural supplements that will exponentially speed up your lung purification, including the one amazing vitamin that will help you cleanse your lungs and quit smoking all in one!
  • Powerful immune system boosting information that will be a foundation to detox your lungs.
  • In-depth, step-by-step plans to clear all the tar and muck out of your lungs quickly and efficiently.
  • Fantastic alternative therapies that really work.
  • And much, much more!

— Book 4 – Stress Reduction – 2011 Update! —

Stress is a modern disease that affects nearly all of us to varying degrees. It is so damaging in fact, that we have dedicated an entire book to stress, and how to stop it harming your mental and psychological health! In this book you will discover:

  • How mental health directly affects physical health, and vice versa.
  • What stress really is and how most people fail to really understand it.
  • Exactly how lowering stress will help detox your lungs.
  • Stress-reducing super foods that have serious impact!
  • Many other ways to reduce stress and have a healthier mind.

— Worksheets – NEW for 2011! —

Based on feedback from our customers we have included a range of worksheets for FREE that you will be able to complete as you read the Guides. These will really help you think about and understand every key aspect of your lung detoxification journey!

— Action Plan – NEW for 2011! —

With such a diverse range of activities involved in quitting cigarettes and detoxing your lungs, there is a lot to take in. We have now included a detailed and easy-to-use action plan for no additional cost that will map out exactly:

  • What to do
  • When to do it
  • Where you can find the information on how to do it in the guide

You cannot make this process any more simple and easy – this action plan will save you time and effort as you improve your lung health day by day!

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So there you have it. MORE detailed that before, GREATER impact due to changes based on customer feedback, FREE bonuses that really help, and an AMAZING price for just a few days!

If you are interested in getting clean, healthy, strong lungs once again and never EVER returning to smoking cigarettes, then click below to go to our new sales page. The sale special ends in one week or sooner depending on the limited amount we have allocated on sale!

Click Here To Read More & Secure Your Copy Now!

Also, feel free to  join the conversation about lung health here on our blog too!

Wishing you a  very happy, healthy New Year!

~ Mark Freeman

The New Year, Resolutions, And Lung Health

A New Year Is A Great Opportunity

I know it sounds a bit clichéd, but the New Year really is a great opportunity to start doing something positive to help YOU – and quite possibly your loved ones – live longer, better, and more comfortably.  Some people might turn their noses up at a New Year’s Resolution, especially one made in a drunken stupor at ten seconds to midnight on Dec 31, but… if you take it seriously, and understand that there are many others out there doing the same thing (striving to improve themselves), then you won’t feel so alone in this effort.  Also, we as humans often need some sort of point to know when to start things.  New Years is often a good opportunity for this; a New Year, a new calendar, and often time off work, giving you the opportunity to read, learn and start preparing for your healthy change from a clean slate!

I am certainly making some Resolutions and sticking to them.  What about you?

Resolve To Make A Change

Change is often considered quite hard, but the fact is that change is one of the few true constants in our lives.  We keep getting older, people come and go, we change jobs, roles, clothes, even cells in our bodies – every day.  Change is always there, so we might as well embrace it, and make it work FOR us for a change! Yes OK, that is a rather circular statement – but it’s very fitting.

Change comes in two main flavors, like most things; positive and negative.  Negative change tends to happen regardless after we hit our mid 20’s; we get older, our bodies tend to become less highly-tuned, and we have to work harder to maintain them.   We have to put the effort in to effect positive change. It is always hard to star these thingst; there is a theory floating around that every person has an ‘activation energy’ to start something – akin to reaching the motivation needed to start on a new activity or course in your life.  This is always the hardest part; actually starting.  However once you get started, it gets easier.  You still need to focus on it, but it does come more readily as you go along.  Look back at all the skills you have mastered during your life so far, a common example is driving.  It was hard at first to learn, but eventually you did, and as you got better at it, it got easier.  Making a Resolution and following it is much the same.  Get past the start, and you’ll be well on your way, but that’s not all there is to know.

Knowledge Is Power

There is no truer statement.  Know what you are doing and prepare well before you start, and your chances of success skyrocket.  That is what our flagship product, The Complete Lung Detoxification Guide Series is all about; giving you the knowledge you need, and the preparation tips to maximize your chances of success with a straightforward lung detox, or a quit program and lung detox.  It’s all included.

Now the Guides themselves contain a wealth of information for you to utilize to make your Lung Detox quick and highly successful (several months rather than up to 10 years), as well as a mass of Quitting smoking help, Stress Reduction tips, and Motivation methods that should hold you in good stead as you make a grand, positive change in your life.  However, there are two new angles we are covering with our updates based on user feedback:

  1. We have added in a raft of worksheets, designed to help tailor your Lung Detox to your own situation.  We have included a ton of information in the Guides, not all of which will be relevant to your specific situation.  The worksheets will help you discover which ones will work best for you, and guide you on your personalized path to Lung Health.
  2. Some users have said there is so much good stuff in the Guide they were not sure where to begin!  Fair comment, so in the update we’re including a Step-by-step Success Guide/Wall Planner, that will help you draw the information from the four Guides together and make it work for you, with a minimum of fuss.

These are really exciting editions, and we know you’ll get a lot out of them.

6 More Days!

We are closing in on the release of the updated Guides for 2011!  Over the first six days of the New Year, we’ll have a series of New Year’s Resolution Lung Detox posts, all related to the new release and to starting the adventure to a healthier new you.  Check back tomorrow for the first topic in the series; Your Quit Date – Why It’s Important To Get It Right!

Until tomorrow,

Happy New Year, stay well, stay quit, and lung-toxin free.

William Renolds

Tar And Quitting Smoking – Some Important Considerations

So many people think of quitting smoking as a negative experience: dealing with cravings, fighting the habitual smoking action, adjusting your life to a different way to cope with stress, and then there’s the Tar.  It’s not something you think a lot about when you’re still smoking – it’s often no more than an inconvenience.  Brown on your fingers, teeth, and the odd bit of brown stuff in the phlegm you cough up every morning, but other than that, Tar doesn’t seem to bother you so much… or does it?

Some Facts About Tar

You see the thing is, you have a ‘secret stash’ of Tar deep in your lungs while you continue to smoke, which may have built up to truly frightening levels over years of smoking.  It’s down there in the bottom of your lungs, dark brown or black, mixed up with thick phlegm and sticky as sin, full off thousands of toxic chemicals and damaging your body with every day that goes by. Tar makes it hard for you to breathe, hardening your lung tissues to make it more difficult for you to draw breath.  Along with thick heavy phlegm (produced in reaction to irritation of your airways by smoke, known as Chronic Bronchitis), the Tar fills up a lot of the space in the alveoli – air sacks at the edges of your lungs were gas exchange takes place.  Toxins in the Tar leach out into your lung tissue and then into the rest of your body, damaging almost every part of your person and greatly increasing the risk of cancer.
Basically, you have a toxic time bomb in your lungs, and you definitely don’t want that in there!

A Common Experience

Here at lungdetoxification.com we get regular letters from users of our products, concerned when Tar starts coming away from a recent ex-smokers lungs.  Here an example:

Dear William and Mark,
I’ve been using The Complete Lung Detoxification Guide for several weeks now, and I’m concerned with the quantity and color of the mucus I’ve been regularly coughing up.  It’s thick and black, and it’s been coming up for nearly two weeks now.
My questions are, is this normal (I’m not dying, am I?!?), and how much longer will it go on?
On the up side, I am breathing a bit easier, and my chest feels a bit freer after doing the exercises you outline, so things are improving daily.
Regards,
John Coast
Miami, FL

The really important point with this experience, which is shared by most ex-smokers is, you are definitely NOT dying, it’s quite the opposite in fact. You are beginning to LIVE again! That black gunk in the mucus is Tar, the stuff I talked about earlier that you definitely WANT out of your lungs ASAP!  That’s what a good Lung Detox is all about.  Removing those toxins from your lungs, and allowing your body to function properly again.

Speaking Of Functioning Properly Again…

You know why your lungs don’t eject all this trapped mucus and Tar until you quit smoking?  Because toxins in the cigarette smoke paralyze and sometimes destroy small hairs on the inner surface of your lungs which are the lungs natural cleaning system.  Once you quit, they start to regrow and reactivate, sluggishly coming to life to start moving that vile gunk out of your airways.  Problem is, this can take up to 10 (!) years when your body is not fortified or helped in any way with this task.  You don’t want Tar hanging around in your lungs for nearly a decade after you quit; you want to get it out of there as quickly as possible, because each and every day it’s still in there,  your chances of cancer stay up, and a whole bunch of other diseases are continuing to damage your body, even though you’ve quit smoking.

So that’s why a good, well planned and well executed Lung Detoxification Program is vitally important to get you on the road to health as quickly as possible.  You owe it to yourself to give a Lung Detox a try after quitting smoking, as smoking cessation is only half the answer to improving your health.  Try our Complete Lung Detoxification Guide series for the most in depth, comprehensive Lung Detox available today.  Get that Tar out of your lungs fast, and live healthy sooner.

Until next time,

stay well, stay quit, and lung-toxin free.

William Renolds