2. Watch your dietary choices
A 2012 study stated that people who eat vegetables and fruits 4 or more times every day are 3 times more likely to reduce their smoking than people who eat these foods less than 2 times per day. The lasting effect of that habit lasted up to 14 months. The study also found that certain foods such as dairy, fruits, and vegetables make the taste of cigarettes worse. This will reduce your cravings significantly. You can also try to avoid trigger foods like low-calorie meals, coffee, and alcohol.