Head injury becomes catalyst for entrepreneurial career pivot of RRMC Alum

Last week, the Globe & Mail Report on Business profiled the entrepreneurial passion of the Past President of the Royal Military Colleges of Canada Foundation, Chris Theal (18524, RRMC Class of 1992).  Following a head injury a year and a half ago, Chris took on an anti-inflammatory diet regime that has since become a lifestyle diet, with amazing health and wellness benefits. That injury and the path to recovery triggered a passion to start a new company, Phyto Organix Foods Inc., to lead the development of Alberta’s first plant protein fractionation facility.  The facility will produce plant protein isolate for use in end-consumer plant-based food and beverages.

The Royal Military Colleges have a long line of successful entrepreneurs, reinforcing the many paths that the future leaders of Canada take when they march off from our military colleges.  They are also a great networking resource for cadets and alumns as they progress their careers – military or civilian.  The Report on Business article is shared below:

https://www.theglobeandmail.com/business/article-from-the-oil-patch-to-the-pea-field-one-executives-mission-to-bring/