Study Shows Switching to GLO Reduces User’s Exposure to Toxicants
A study conducted by British American Tobacco (BAT), the maker of GLO, shows that smokers who give up cigarettes and switch to GLO products “substantially reduced their exposure to certain cigarette smoke toxicants.”
These results were collected over a three-month period. The study itself will take place over the course of one year. The purpose of the study is to see, not only the effect of GLO on former smokers, but also on the general public.
Research from the study shows that the levels of toxicants still present in participants after the three-month period are similar to individuals who quit tobacco completely. Scientists at BAT are hopeful that the study might show that switching to GLO reduces an individual’s risk of developing smoking-related diseases.