Eating Banku Wrapped In Polythene Is Equal To Smoking 136 Sticks Of Cigarette

Eating Banku Wrapped In Polythene Is Equal To Smoking 136 Sticks Of Cigarette

A researcher of the University of Ghana Medical School is warning us of the consequences in the continuous use of plastic materials for the packaging of food.

According to Dominic Gyamfi,plastic materials such as polythene bags,plastic bowls and take away packs contains harmful chemicals which is very dangerous to the health of consumers.

The specialist who made this clear on Adom FM said,the report depends in his optional examination in the course of the most recent three years.

He uncovered that ,” wrapping polythene with banku is equal to smoking 136 sticks of cigarette. ” Mr. Gyamfi noticed that infections like diabetes ,low sperm count, hypertension, are on the ascent in light of the fact that “a large number of the food available are dangerous and harmful.”

“Scientifically, plastics will blur and the synthetic compounds will filter into the food we expend and this can cause blockages in to the veins,promoting cardiovascular infections, for example, hypertension, diabetes and stroke,” he said.

The synthetic, the specialist included lull the speed at which the blood streams into the heart and cerebrum making the individual presented to a wide range of constant sickness.

Dominic Gyamfi kept up that, 80% of deaths in Ghana could have been maintained a strategic distance from if individuals are cautious about what they expend. Be that as it may,James Larbi,the Communications Director of the Food and Drugs Authority exposed a large portion of the cases by Mr. Gyamfi.

He demanded that the statement had no logical proof ,however was fairly a result of work area research. Or maybe,Mr. Larbi encouraged Dominic Gyamfi to introduce his examination findings to the FDA to guarantee sanitation in Ghana.

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Obaji Chris
Obaji Chris
4 months ago

What does the polythene contains

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