Business entrepreneur Logan Stout, decided to educate people about the process of proper nutrition as it relates to health and fitness. He founded IDLife as an alternative solution to all of the cookie-cutter methods that claim to help people shed pounds, increase energy and attain an overall state of good health.
Since the methodology of his company’s products and program are based on scientific findings, they are better suited to deliver the type of results people are looking to obtain.
As a means through which people have the opportunity to learn how they could improve the way they look and feel, IDLife takes its queue from the practice of medicine by having their customers complete an assessment questionnaire. This questionnaire is designed to get a comprehensive picture of the type of lifestyle a person leads as well as the basic health issues they are concerned about. The assessment allows each person to obtain an individualized report, which contains information about which supplements would work best for their personal needs.
The nutritional products available from IDLife come in a variety of forms designed to meet the fast-paced lives many individuals lead. Their energy chews provide people with a quick burst of energy to help them get through the rest of their day. Made with natural ingredients, these bite-sized chewable also support metal clarity. IDLife also offer vegan shakes designed to go above and beyond what is required for a full day’s serving of fruits and vegetables. These vegan shakes also contain other beneficial ingredients such as chia, quinoa and flaxseed.
The company’s founder and CEO, Logan Stout, is always looking for ways to help improve the way IDLife helps people achieve their health and fitness goals. This can be seen in the recent partnership his company made with the leading GPS brand known as Garmin. The Garmin Vivo is a device people can wear to help maintain control over their weight loss and fitness programs. This device is now synchronized with IDLife’s Wellness app to help make it more convenient for people to access personal information such as their body mass index and fat percentage.