The first Kruger Cowne’s Breakfast Club of 2017 took place on Wednesday, 18 January, at Home House, Portman Square in London.
Speaking to a room of nearly 60 guests were TV health and food personality Dale Pinnock and entrepreneur and author Kara Rosen.
Pinnock, known as ‘The Medicinal Chef ’, is a TV chef, nutritionist, author and presenter. He frequently appears on BBC’s This Morning with Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby.
When asked about the importance of nutrition in mental health, he responded saying: “The brain is a physiological system, it’s just as much a physiological system as the circulatory system and as such it has its own specific dietary needs, and if those aren’t met, then elements of physiology will be affected.”
Pinnock has written 10 books, including the best selling The Medicinal Chef: Eat Your Way To Better Health, and The Medicinal Chef: Healthy Every Day.
He has announced the opening of his first restaurant, SANO, later this year.
Rosen, meanwhile, is a renowned holistic nutritionist. After moving to the UK from the US, she founded PLENISH, a company that preserves juices, and their all-important nutrients, using special technology.
Rosen told her audience about her strong vision for the brand. “The dream was to never have a small, little business; it was world domination,” she said.
Her new book is to be released in early 2017.
Kruger Cowne is a talent agency, representing hundreds of TV personalities, speakers, hosts, and entertainers. The Breakfast Club, which runs monthly, offers a snippet of that talent that Kruger Cowne offers.
Details of February’s Breakfast Club will be announced on CN shortly.