World No Tobacco Day, 2011 (May 31)

It’s hard to believe that it has nearly been a whole year since we last blogged about World No Tobacco Day (WNTD).  So many things have happened since then, and yet it feels like just a few weeks ago, and I’m sure that your lives have been busy in the past year too.  But have you taken the plunge and begun a new, healthier way of life?  If not, May 31st might just be the perfect time to quit smoking cigarettes for good!

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Ash trays with fresh flowers are a common symbol of World No Tobacco Day

When The Whole World Says No

One thing that can help you in taking on a major change in your life (such as quitting smoking and cleaning up your lungs), is knowing that you are not alone.  Knowing that there are thousands of people all over the world doing the same thing you are.  That is the beauty and the benefit of WNTD for the individual; that it can give you that final kick of motivation that gets you exchanging a destructive, dangerous habit for healthier, better ones.

World No Tobacco Day was created in 1987 by the World Health Organization (WHO), and 2011 is WNTD’s 23rd year (actual observance of WNTD began in 1988).  Each year has a theme that follows through press releases, to promotional flyers, pamphlets and other media materials.  In 2011, the theme is “The WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC).” Now you might just be saying ‘wha?’ to this.  This year’s theme is not a particularly personal one (as it has been in past years), but rather, an important WHO agreement that attempts to persuade governments and corporations to agree on reducing the production of tobacco, and tobacco products, and to replace tobacco farming with other, healthier crops.  To quote the WHO:

“The world needs the WHO FCTC as much as, if not more than, it did in 1996 when the World Health Assembly adopted a resolution calling for an international framework convention on tobacco control. Tobacco use is the leading preventable cause of death. This year, more than 5 million people will die from a tobacco-related heart attack, stroke, cancer, lung ailment or other disease. That does not include the more than 600,000 people – more than a quarter of them children – who will die from exposure to second-hand smoke. The annual death toll from the global epidemic of tobacco use could rise to 8 million by 2030. Having killed 100 million people during the 20th century, tobacco use could kill 1 billion during the 21st century.”

If you’d like to know more about this years WHO World No Tobacco Day theme, please follow this link.

World No Tobacco Day Can Be YOUR No Tobacco Day Too!

On a more personal level, WNTD is, at its core, a day where people that have a tobacco habit can forgo tobacco and tobacco related products for a whole day (Tuesday, 31st May), knowing that tens of thousands of others all round the world are doing the same thing.  It is in this sharing that you gain power and motivation to do something positive for yourself, just as the WHO is working for positive change in the world.  By observing World No Tobacco Day, you are being a part of that, and if you can do it for one day, perhaps you can go for longer… and make not smoking a part of a new, healthier life for yourself and for your lungs.

And don’t feel left out if you are a reformed smoker, now living healthy and free of nicotine!  This is your day to celebrate the effort you have gone to in making your life healthier. One way to really celebrate this is to start something designed to improve your health even further.  I can think of nothing better than building on a day of no tobacco by consider our flagship product, ‘The Complete Lung Detoxification Guide’ Series.  Whether you have already quit, or in the planning stage of saying goodbye to nicotine for good, our Lung Cleansing Guide has all the advice you need to turn one day free of nicotine into a lifetime of better health, and to speeding up the removal of tar and mucus that clogs up a recently reformed smoker’s lungs.  Trust me; you want this stuff out of your lungs, and your life.

So consider quitting smoking on World No Tobacco Day 2012, you could be feeling a whole lot better and having a cleaner set of lungs as well!

Until next time,

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

William Renolds

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!


— 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!


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!

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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

Super Immunity Review – 15 Things You Can Do To Supercharge Your Immune System

by William Renolds

Bring It All Together

In this age of seemingly endless information provided on millions of web pages, it’s unlikely that you have the time to seek out all the widely spread information that is available on improving the function of your immune system, let alone have the background knowledge to know what is accurate and what is nonsense.  What products like ‘Super Immunity – 15 Things You Can Do To Supercharge Your Immune System’ aim to do is to bring the best of this information together, link it in an understandable and accessible way, and then present it to you in a easily-digested format.  In this ‘Super Immunity’ review, we find that the product succeeds in doing this in a very satisfactory way.

Simple Changes – Big Impacts

The complete super immunity package offers you a myriad of simple, but highly effective changes you can make to your daily habits.  Each alone wouldn’t seem to have much effect on your immune function and energy levels, but acted on as a group, they hold the potential to bring about considerable improvements in your baseline metabolic function.  Some of these are anecdotes and old wives’ knowledge (those old wives really did know a thing or two!), others are personal lessons learned by the author, and yet more are quotes from other well-known authors’ works and products.  This could be considered either good or bad, depending the accuracy of the information once summarized, however it does appear to be well researched and qualified.

Launching into the moderate-length report which is the main thrust of the package, the text of this ebook is warm and inviting, from the welcoming letter to the personal anecdotes spread throughout the text.  The paragraphs are very short, with lots of spaces in the text.  This may make the text more readable, but has the negative effect of increasing the length of the document to 66 pages, where it could easily have fitted within 40 -50.  Not so good for the trees, if you were to print it out, but seeing this is an electronic product, this is a minor niggle.  The other option is to use the audio book version of the report that, at the time of writing this, was offered as a limited-time bonus.  The audio version has only minor differences from the text of the report, and the changes relate to making the information clearer in the audio format. It also allows you to rest your eyes or listen on an MP3 player such as an iPod which is the preferred medium for many.

The Super Immunity guide agrees on many aspects of increasing immune function, stress reduction, and general healthy living with our own ‘Complete Lung Detoxification Guide Series.’   However, as there are many and varied ways to work on improving your immune function, there is not a significant overlap in methods.  Each section of ‘Super Immunity’ – there are 15, naturally – outlines a problem or habit that may be inhibiting your immune function, explains the history and background behind the situation, and then offers generally simple and accessible ways to overcome said issue.  All in all, each subject is treated in a sensible manner, with interesting back-story, and useful factoids liberally sprinkled throughout.

I personally like that immune boosting supplements are left until point 15.  There are many other ways to improve your immune system that to just pop pills, and this is well treated in ‘Super Immunity.’  Instead, simple changes that anyone serious about improving their immune function and energy levels can instituteevery day are presented, from optimizing your sleep regime to what you eat, and how you eat it!

Value wise, ‘Super Immunity’ gives you the 66 page report, an audio recording of same that you can listen to in the car on the way to work, or on your mp3 player at the gym or at home, and as an added bonus, a report demystifying the often misunderstood topic of ‘Colon Cleansing.’

To Buy Or Not To Buy – That Is The Question

In my extensive research for ‘The Complete Lung Detoxification Guide Series,’ I have seen many poorly researched and produced informational products.  I’m glad to say that during this super immunity review I found this is not one of them! So if you are looking for an informative, easily accessible and easy to follow guide to improving your immune system function and corresponding health levels, you would be well advised to add ‘Super Immunity – 15 Things You Can Do To Supercharge Your Immune System’ to your information collection, and to your audio playlist.

Thoroughly recommended.  Four & a half Stars!

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Darwin Award: The Smoking Gun

After so many serious blog entries, I figured it was time to make just a little light of the subject of smoking.  Although what happened to the ‘victim’ of this Darwin Award story was no laughing matter, the lack of forethought by these drunken fellows is just short of amazing.   Smoking kills, never doubt it.

For those that have never heard of the Darwin Awards, they are the less than glamorous recognition of bizarre, thoughtless, and downright stupid things that people have done to remove themselves from the gene pool (either by death or removal of the ability to reproduce).

The Smoking Gun

Confirmed by Darwin

11 Feb 2001, New Jersey

Two drunks were goofing around, when one challenged the other to shoot him with cigarette butts “to see what it would feel like.”  His friend obligingly loaded an antique rifle with cigarette butts, place black powder behind the butts to make sure they left the barrel of the gun.  He then shot his friend from a distance of seven feet.  The projectiles penetrate the ribcage of the thirty-one-year-old who had issued the challenge, and he died of three cigarette butts to the heart.

The gene pool is in trouble!

Reference: WMAD 92.1 Madison, Wisconsin, ABC New, The Associated Press.

Ironically, this story happened in a town with the same name as an unfiltered British cigarette, and the shooter was nicknamed ‘Smokey.’  Too weird to believe?  Confirming details

Reader Comments:

“More ammunition in the antismoking campaign.”

“Cigarettes are bad for your health.”

“It’s true – smoking kills.”

Until next time,

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

William Renolds

Repairing Lungs – Can Placenta Stem Cell Therapy Help Repair Lungs?

The good news is medical researchers are always trying to find new ways to fix damage we’ve done to our bodies.  Bad news is, it takes a lot of money, and even more time, to make new treatments a reality for the general public.  That being said, the recent announcement of a breakthrough stem cell treatment that has helped repair lung tissue damage in mice is a great step forward.  But it’s only one step in the long journey to fixing damaged lungs.

As reported in the prestigious American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, a newly found type of placental human stem cell (that is, basal human cells that are not yet fixed into a particular role) have been shown to help reduce injury and scarring in the lung, and even generate new lung cells in mice. Associate Professor Yuben Moodley, of the Lung Institute of Western Australia, and the lead researcher on the project, has been quoted as saying that:

“cellular therapies, although in the early stages of development, may form a vital part of future lifesaving treatment. The big advantage is that we can get these cells from placentas that have been delivered and would otherwise be discarded, so there are no ethical issues involved. What we’re trying to do is replace any damaged cells in the lungs so the progression of the disease is arrested and there is also some suggestion that some cells acquire lung-like properties which we’d like to investigate more.”

Good news, but don’t hold your breath (pardon the pun) for this treatment for repairing lungs, as it’s at least five years off, if not more.

So far, they’ve only successfully treated mice.  The humble rodent is a good test subject to ‘get the treatment right’ before testing it on people, but still there are differences between us and mice that may affect how well the treatment works.  Going on what information I’ve been able to gather on the research, it’s very early days yet, and they are still learning about the effects of the stem cell treatment, so it could be a good few years before human trials might begin.  Once that happens, the powers that be will decide if the effects of the treatment make it worthwhile, and then there is the cost of the treatment.  Will it be covered by your countries health service, if you are lucky enough to have one?  Could you afford to pay up-front for it?

So don’t think you’ll be lining up for this sometime next week.  It will be a long time, if at all (some of these research streams don’t pan out, after all).  That said, there are some things you can do to increase your chances of being around for this future lung repair treatment. Quitting smoking if you haven’t, staying smoke-free and then detoxifying your lungs are important steps to your future longevity.

Consider our product, The Complete Lung Detoxification Guide Series, as not only a course of treatment to improve your lung health, but to extend your life, weather you’ve been a smoker for a few years, or a few decades.  At less than the price of a carton of cigarettes, can you afford not to give it a try?

Until next time,

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

William Renolds

World No Tobacco Day – What Is It And Why Is It Important To Us All?

WNTD stands for World No Tobacco Day, which is celebrated around the world on May 31st every year.  It was first suggested by the World Health Organisation (WHO) in 1987, when the World Health Assembly passed resolution WHA40.38 calling for April 7, 1988, the 40th anniversary of the WHO, to be “a world no-smoking day.”  In 1988, Resolution WHA42.19 was passed, calling for the celebration of World No Tobacco Day, every year on May 31st.  Since then, the WHO has supported WNTD every year, with each year linked to a different ‘ills of tobacco’ related theme. This year, the theme is ‘Gender and tobacco with an emphasis of marketing to women.’

Women Are Being Targeted By Tobacco Companies!

According to the WHO, women constitute one of the biggest ‘targets of opportunity’ for cigarette companies today.  The tobacco industry is constantly and aggressively looking to replace lost users – be they lost due to quitting or the half of all smokers alive today who will die from smoking related diseases.  Currently fewer woman than men smoke or chew tobacco.  Of the world’s over 1 billion smokers, only about 200 million are women!  With women, the industry simply has more room to expand.  And while tobacco use amongst men in some countries is slowly decreasing, use amongst women is similarly increasing.

The following are some frightening statistics.  Currently, over five million people a year die from tobacco related illnesses (but that won’t be you, because you’re doing something about it, right?).  Of that five million, currently one and a half million are women. Worldwide, of the roughly 430 000 adult deaths caused yearly by second-hand smoke, about 64% occur in women.   With less than 9% of the world’s population being covered by comprehensive tobacco advertising bans, and only 5.4% covered by comprehensive national smoke-free laws, that leaves a lot of young women to be bombarded by tobacco advertising, without the benefit of equivalent awareness campaigns on the damage and harmful effects of tobacco products.

To quote the WHO:  “World No Tobacco Day 2010 focuses on the harm which tobacco marketing and smoke do to women. At the same time, it seeks to make men more aware of their responsibility to avoid smoking around the women with whom they live and work.

So what does this mean for you?  Well I make the presumption that if you are reading this blog post, you’re either are smoker, and ex-smoker looking to reverse damage done to your lungs, or perhaps you are a family member or a friend of a smoker or ex-smoker you are wishing to help.  Tobacco and its ills have affected all our lives. World No Tobacco Day seeks to promote a possible future where every day is a no tobacco day. That what we here at want for everyone who visits this site with the aim to give up and get their lungs clean; a long, happy lifetime of no tobacco.

Now the WHO suggests that you abstain from smoking on May 31st.  I think this is a laudable goal.  Even choosing WNTD as your quit day is very symbolic, but seeing it’s less than 24 hrs away for most of us, and as good preparation is key to a successful quit attempt, let me suggest and alternative.  If you are a smoker, wishing to quit and stay free of the ills of tobacco, why not spend a few hours on WNTD looking for ways to support your quit program.  You can abstain from smoking too, but you need to prepare, possibly for weeks before quitting, so keep that in mind before going cold turkey tomorrow.  And for those of you who have quit and are looking to help repair damage to their lungs, do your research on how to help this course of action on WNTD.  Wherever you are on your journey to better health, pass on what you have learned to those that are likewise working towards better health.  By supporting each other on the lung health trail, we’ll all get to where we want to be sooner, and all live longer, healthier lives.

One great resource for not only quitting, but making every day a ‘no tobacco day’ is The Complete Lung Detoxification Guide. We have information on the physical and the psychological sides of tobacco dependence, the importance of stress management, using positive forward projection to keep the goal of optimal lung health in mind at those weak moments, and a plethora of tips and methods to get your lungs free of the ills of tar far quicker than your body can manage on its own.  You owe it to yourself, on World No Tobacco Day, to check it out.

Until next time,

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

oh and happy World No Tobacco Day!

William Renolds

So You Quit Smoking To Save Your Lungs? – What’s The Next Step?

Nest Step After Quitting SmokingHello again my smoke-free readers (you have quit, right?).  The first thing most newly smoking-free people ask is; what do I do now to improve my health? Well our Complete Lung Detoxification Guide Series has many affordable and easy to follow activities to keep you smoke-free, and improving not only your lungs after quitting smoking,  but your overall health too, every day.

I’ve decided to drop you a freebee and give you a big hint toward improving your lung health, clearing them of tar, and generally helping your body as a whole recover from the damage done from years of smoking. There is a whole section on this in the Lung Detoxification Guide, but I’ll give you a taste of it here. And that is, your Immune System.

Now if you don’t know what your Immune System is, here’s a quick description. Your Immune System is a complex system of cell types in your body that undertake the task of defending you from the outside world, which far too often these days is going to cause you damage. Think of it as the ‘US defense forces’ of the body.  It will attack any foreign objects, including bacteria, fungi, and parasites, kill off cells that have been subverted by viruses, and help with the defense and repair of damaged organs, like your lungs. As the immune system is essential for accelerated lung detoxification, it makes sense to do as much as you can to boost it, and to get it into shape to help you heal the rest of your body as much as you can.

Focusing on Lung Detoxification, the Immune System is vitally important, and generally, if you’ve smoked for any considerable length of time – say more than a few months – your immune competency (how well your Immune System works) in the area of your lungs will be poor.  Just like your lungs, your bodies’ defense and repair mechanisms in and around your lungs have been poisoned by your habit, and needs all the help it can get to get back to the job of defending your recovering lung cells.

Your lungs have been coated in a thick layer of tar and mucus, depressing your immune system in the lungs, and poisoning the cells that are vital to your breathing.  Once that mucus and tar starts to break up and be removed by our Complete Lung Detoxification Guide step-by-step activities, foreign invaders can now reach those delicate, recovering lung cells.  If your Immune System is not ready to fight when they get there (once the physical barrier of tar and mucus is reduced) you will have an increased chance of developing lung infections.

So it’s clear that a strong Immune System is vitally important to better lung, and overall health.

Why don’t you try this Immune Boosting Smoothie, just one of the many foods recommended in the Complete Lung Detoxification Guide to help improve Immune function.  Try to use the freshest ingredients you can, but if you need to use  frozen fruit, it’s better than not making it at all, right?

Recipe for an Immune-boosting Smoothie

·2 cups milk or rice or soy beverage

·1 cup yoghurt (plain, nonfat)

·1 serving of a multinutrient supplement

·one banana, cut up

·1/2 cup blueberries

·1/2 cup each of your favorite fruit, (e.g., organic strawberries, papaya, mango)

·1 tbsp. flax oil or 2 tbsp. flaxseed meal (for additional fiber, if you don’t mind an even grainier texture, add 1 tbsp. or more of oat bran.)

·3 ounces tofu

·10 mg. zinc

·100 mcg. selenium (Brazil Nuts are a good source)

·50-100 IU vitamin E

·1 serving soy isolate powder (optional)

Combine all the ingredients and blend until smooth. Serve immediately after blending while the mixture still has a bubbly milkshake-like consistency.

I hope you enjoy the smoothie as it will help your lungs after quitting smoking.

Until next time,

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

~William Renolds


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