Updated: Oct 24, 2020
If you are reading this, you probably have some basic idea of what FaheyConsulting is and what I (Ryan) stand for.
Wellness has been a foundational component of FaheyConsulting (FC) since it's inception in August of 2019. If we aren't well, how can we lead well in the areas of life that we are called to lead? This is one of the many questions that keep FC moving forward. This is also how many of my great products and services are initially created. Helping individuals go from good to great has to have wellness at the center of that shift. And I want to help individuals and businesses own that shift.
This is why I am beyond excited to continue to be the lead foot in Canada when it comes to wellness and the wellness industry. While it's always changing and growing, it's my desire to move the field forward with FC.
In this effort, I am more than excited to announce a new partnership with an innovative company stemming from Atlantic Canada who is changing how we interact with our food.
This company is called Outcast Foods.
Moving forward Outcast Foods will be fueling FaheyConsulting. From running trails to lifting weights, Outcast Foods is helping me stay fueled to bring top-notch Consulting services and peak state thought leadership to people and small businesses all over the world. It takes a ton of energy and a sharp mind to keep my clients happy, so having a nutritional edge is a game-changer!
Outcast Foods uses the 'rejected' or 'slightly expired' produce from grocery stores across Canada and through their innovative dehydration process, transform these otherwise 'garbage worthy' fruits and vegetables into delicious, nutritious, plant-based protein powders. This process is called "Upcycling" and it is the new uber for humanity. This process (and technology) is going to allow us to reduce our carbon footprint by reducing food waste while simultaneously allowing us to eat healthier by consuming the high nutrient, plant-based protein powders over other powders on the market that are filled with additives, chemicals, and artificial ingredients. You can read more about their upcycling process here.
When I first came across Outcast Foods about a year ago, I was excited to see behind the curtain of what they were doing. Having been taught in the past by their Co-Founder, Dr. Darren Burke, I was thrilled to learn about upcycling. I couldn't believe that this was possible but in the same breath couldn't believe we hadn't been doing this sooner.
Fast forward to 2020, and I am proud to be partnering with such an innovative wellness company here in Canada that can fuel me as I continue to live and lead a healthy lifestyle.
Our wellness is such a crucial investment and we must invest in this area first and foremost throughout life. But it doesn't stop there. We need to continue to invest in ways to better support our environment and the planet as a whole. One way to do this is by supporting companies like Outcast who are pioneering positive changes towards improving our environmental wellness. As I have said in my recent book, Your Best Decade, I firmly believe that our legacy is greater than our resume and we all have a small part to play in making the world a better, more healthy place. :)
Give them a follow on Instagram to hear all about their great recipes and ways that their products can support your health and wellness and to see how you can get involved in their sustainability initiatives!