Morningside Salon – Healthy Foods to Eat !
(with Mr. Miles Price)
Wed, May 26
|Event Title:||Morningside Salon – Healthy Foods to Eat !
(with Mr. Miles Price)
|Date:||Wednesday, May 26, 2021|
|Time:||7:00PM - 9:30PM
8:45PM Q&A and conclusion
|Location:||The Night Market, 6/F, 11 Stanley Street, Central
|Cost:||CUAAHK Member: HK$330
(one drink included)
|Dinner Menu:||View Here|
|RSVP:||Please complete your payment to reserve your spot.|
CUAAHK would like to cordially invite you to our next Morningside Salon discussion with Mr. Miles Price, practitioner of Functional Medicine & Clinical Nutritionist at LifeClinic, a HK-based private health company focused on providing integrative personalized solutions for holistically optimizing health, primarily through disease prevention, as well as diagnosis and treatment for the root causes of a wide range of chronic diseases.
Following our two previous socially-distanced ZOOM discussions with Mr. Miles Price on the topics “The Big Fat Lie”, and “The Poison In Your Favorite Foods”, we’ll finally be meeting in person this time, to help you better understand the often-misunderstood micro and macro nutrients in your favorite foods, focusing on those which are essential for optimal health, and those to avoid. Join us for an authentic and delicious 10-course Taiwanese dinner at The Night Market, featuring farm-fresh ingredients without MSG.
Miles spent the first few years of his career developing plant extracts for UK pharmacy giant Boots. He moved to Hong Kong in 2006 to focus on a more clinical and holistic approach to health, dispensing dietary and exercise advice to members of a Hong Kong prestigious health club chain. In 2009 he set up on his own to focus on his area of primary interest, the real benefits of customizing nutrition according to one’s metabolism.
Miles received his initial training Hawthorn University for a M.Sc. in Holistic Nutrition, then practiced with BANT (UK) the British Association of Applied Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine, and subsequently obtained a Functional Medicine Diploma with Functional Medicine University in 2017, followed by Institute of Functional Medicine’s practitioner program.
Miles has written for numerous publications in the SCMP, Asia Spa and Foodie Magazine. He has given numerous presentations at conferences on optimal health, customized medicine and cancer prevention and treatment.
John Hsu, Business School ‘92, CUAAHK’s chair of Entrepreneurship and Morningside Salon events, is passionate about sharing his knowledge in Nutritional Science and Health/Wellness (having read 35+ books on these topics) as well as his experiences investing in the public and private markets, including VC.