Cindy Ngo


Work Experience: Cindy holds an MA degree in Journalism and Communication from the University of Mysore, India. During her studies, she worked as an India correspondent for an Italian newspaper and a freelance travel writer for a prestigious bilingual magazine - Travellive in Vietnam. Following her academic endeavors, she embarked on a professional journey as a reporter for the FBNC channel in Vietnam. After a year, Cindy transitioned into scriptwriting and eventually became a producer for Tastelife. tv. Recognizing the growing importance of health-related issues, she shifted her focus to the health sector and recently joined HealthToday.

"Making profits on people's health is a crime. Telling people the wrong health information is even worse. With truthful information, people can have a better understanding of how to take care of their health and not be trapped by big industries"

Leveraging her experience in journalism, Cindy conducts in-depth research on various health topics to develop informative content for Healthtoday. Through her research, she discovered a profound connection between food and health, as corroborated by Chinese traditional medicine and ancient wisdom. Echoing the sentiments of Hippocrates, the Father of Western medicine, she firmly believes in the principle, "Let food be thy medicine." Cindy is dedicated to providing accurate and reliable health information to help people. After reviewing numerous studies, she discovered a surprising truth: If we just change our diet and eat the right food, we can address most of the so-called "Modern diseases" at the root cause, while modern medicine only tries to treat the symptoms.