Hi, it's good to wean off the bread grains stuff.
Other than that, I wouldn't recommend the electronic cigarettes, I never tried them, costs too much anyway.
I was smoker since I was teens, I finally figured out how to quit smoking, it was really simple.
I wrote up an ebook about it and posts it on Free-Ebook.net. You can find it. Look for "Quit Smoking with Mental Strength". It's just my humble story of how I became smoker and then what made me determined to quit, and finally piecing together a few methods that helps me quit smoking for good. No fuss, no fancy frills, just simple methods that anyone can try.
Just one thing, when you try to quit, don't try to think failure is not an option, that's a mistake. Failure is good, it teaches us when to step back, and then when we're ready, to try again. Until we're on that journey about further along than halfway, then we're ready and then we're through! Like a goal! Roar! Hear the crowd! They're gone bananas! Ha ha! We've WON! No more smoking! No more wheat! Etc.
For me, my hunger, my cravings, have been getting the better of me, and I don't like it. Today, after looking all over, I sees these books, Wheat Belly, and I track it down and found out what it is all about and then everything fell into place. It IS the darn bread! I eats too much bread... that's my problem. The other problem is, I do not know what else to eat that is good, I do not like most processed foods. I want something I can afford to eat and not be spending beyond my means on my pension. So I am stuck for now. I'll figure it out after reading more, ok.
Meanwhile, study, study, study, figure things out and achieve your goals, no matter how long they take. Being free of addictions is better than being a slave to the stuff for ever!