If you stop smoking, it is very important to change the diet so that you do not get fat, say Swiss scientists.
They advise that the diet after smoking can be abundant with fruits and vegetables, as it helps not disrupt the intestines and help digest food.
Scientists at the University of Zurich say 80 per cent of smokers, after stopping using cigarettes, are weighted on average about seven pounds, and are mainly about collecting fatty deposits.
As experts explain, the problem is in the intestines, because when you stop smoking, the composition of intestinal flora changes, and thus it becomes obesity.
Obtaining an excess of pounds, they even occur to those who eat the same amount and the same type of food they ate and smoked.