Trying to change mindsets

We are what we eat. Basically, it means that we should eat good nutritious food if we want to be healthy.

Former make-up guru-turned-restaurateur Qristina Lim found this out the hard way when she started suffering from allergies and other health issues some years back. She began looking into her diet and cutting out processed foods, unhealthy preservatives and specific ingredients. This led to a personal lifestyle change and at her restaurant, Qristina’s Kitchen, she takes pride in offering food without MSG, preservatives or additives.

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