Client Feature

A Smart New Approach to Help You Quit Smoking

An AccelNow Client Feature on John Cannon of Symply Health.

If you’ve ever tried to quit smoking, you know that it’s hard darn near impossible.

About 40 million Americans still smoke cigarettes, and tobacco use remains the single largest preventable cause of disease and premature death in the world,” reports the American Cancer Society.

AccelNow client, John Cannon, has discovered a smart new approach to help you kick the habit – for good!

SmartQuit is a new smoking cessation system designed to teach you how to handle the cravings,” describes Cannon.

The system is delivered through your personal mobile technology (phone, tablet, etc.). You’re able to access the support you need, with the privacy you want, when you need it most.


The SmartQuit system is the only smoking cessation tool on the market that has been clinically proven twice to help smokers quit. The last clinical trial results were announced at the American Cancer Society’s Great American Smokeout in November 2016.

If you’re thinking, “This sounds too good to be true,” it’s not.

In addition to helping you quit smoking for good, there are no nasty side effects like other systems or tools you might have tried in the past or that are on the market today. Cannon quips, “The only side effect you might experience is weight loss!

If you’re trying to quit smoking, or you know someone who is, stay tuned for more details about a local, hands-on event coming soon to the Tri-Cities. You’ll have the chance to learn more about SmartQuit from the expert himself, ask questions, and try it out for yourself!

Learn more now and get access to this new system today:


Email John Cannon directly at

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