By Alex Boye
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of one of the leading herbal health centres in the country, Diamond Herbal Clinic, located at Tema community 13, Sakumono Estate in the greater Accra region, Dr. Bryan M. Bonsu, has cautioned againt eating left-over food, saying it could affect one’s health.
Dr. Bonsu noted that the cause of most deaths is due to the dependency on left over meals for growth.
Addressing the media last Monday, the Doctor observed that the taste of every left –over- food changes and that makes it unhygienic for human consumption.
“Every food loses its nutrient and value the following day and it therefore has negative impact on the health of any human being,” the doctor stated.
A healthy food, he said is one that is eaten right after cooked, and therefore stressed on the need for Ghanaians to cultivate a culture of abandoning left over meals.
According to the CEO of the Diamond Herbal Clinic, every individual must make it a habit to frequently visit the hospital for medical check-up.
Dr. Bonsu who has won several awards on both the local and international fronts also called on all to be conscious of the type of food to consume, advising that we should not just take in any meal because we are hungry.
According to the doctor late eating is not specifically the main cause of big belly but rather the excess fat.
Touching on the Diamond Herbal Clinic, Dr. Bonsu said the health center was established about a year ago with the main aim of contributing to fight health challenges confronting Ghanaians.
He also said the center has charged itself of curing both chronic and non-chronic diseases that is affecting Ghanaians.
“The Diamond Herbal Clinic is equipped with ultra-modern machines. It also has a physiotherapy that works with bones treatment” he indicated.