Dr Israel Kwasi Poku, Director of Israel Herbal Clinic, has underscored the need for Ghanaians to lead healthy lifestyles, by avoiding potentially harmful foods.
Dr Poku who made the call at the official launch of the Clinic at Mile 11, off the Accra-Winneba Road, advised Ghanaians to avoid fatty meats, limit their sugar intake, use minimal salt during cooking, avoid alcohol in all forms, as well as caffeinated beverages.
Dr Poku assured Ghanaians that the Clinic has come to help them build quality lifestyles through affordable health care.
He further assured that the Clinic would provide Ghanaians with the best, reliable, quality, safe, secured, cost-effective and easy acquired herbal health care.
The Director disclosed that currently, the Clinic is operating in the Greater-Accra and Western Regions, and would soon open centres in all the commercial cities across the country.
Reverend Charles Osei Nyamekye, Head Pastor of Jesus is the Light Evangelistic Ministry at Dansoman Junction, who cut the ribbon to signify the official launch of the Clinic, reminded Ghanaians that as Creators of God in His own image, they should undertake productive ventures that would not only help improve the lives of their neighbours, but would also put smiles on the faces of the needy and under-privileged in society.
Israel Herbal Clinic which started from a humble beginning nine years ago at Maamobi in Accra, can now boast of an Out-Patient Department, Laboratory, Dispensary, Consulting, Massaging, and Diagnostic Rooms.
There was a free medical screening during the launch.