The first tip of this article to all the smokers out there would be to quit smoking. That is the first and the pre-requisite step to reverse the effect of smoking. Smoking not only causes damage to your lungs but also your liver, brain, heart and arteries. So there you have it, reasons to stop smoking.
Now let’s continue with the matter-at-hand and discuss what foods can help you reduce the after-effects of smoking.
#1 Foods with vitamin-E
Vitamin-E protects cells, arteries and other organs from the damage caused by smoke. It is a source of antioxidant in your body and it also reduces the risk of cancer and heart diseases. Eggs, milk, brown rice, oatmeal, sweet potatoes, nuts, sunflower seeds and all the green leafy vegetables are a rich source of vitamin-E and should be included in your diet.