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Reduce fufu and kenkey sizes, replace with fruits and vegetables – Dr. Arthur Kennedy



US-based Ghanaian Medical Practitioner, Dr. Arthur Kennedy, has advised Ghanaians to cut down on their diet and excessive drinking of alcohol during the festive season.

He explained that excessive alcohol intake has serious health implications, advising Ghanaians who have the craze for drinking alcoholic beverages to stop such habits.

Dr. Arthur Kennedy further charged Ghanaians to change their lifestyles by cutting down on the sizes of banku, akple, fufu, and kenkey and replace them with vegetables and fruits.

He called for more visitations to Physician assistants to ensure a proper state of health and wellness and for Ghanaians to be able to maintain the required normal levels of blood pressure and sugar.

Dr. Arthur Kennedy also cautioned about the usage of herbs with no prior medical information.

“Whiles some of them (herbs) can heal, they have side effects that are sometimes dangerous. A lot of kidney problems and others relayed from herbs whose dosages we do not know and that we use so let us be careful of those herbs,” he said in a recorded video on December

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