Logan Stout’s IDLife Is Dominating The Health And Wellness Industry

Logan Stout is a renowned entrepreneur, best-selling author, sought after speaker and a leadership counselor. In his broad career, Logan has been able to generate billions of dollars. He is the author of “Stout Advice: The Secrets to Building Yourself, People, and Teams.” ABC’s Shark Tank’s Barbara Corcoran and Daymond John endorsed this book. Logan has been featured on various media outlets, including FOX, The Ticket, CBS Radio, and The Fan.

IDLife, LLC is a successful health and wellness venture. As a former athlete, Stout says that the business was driven by his passion for nutrition. ID Nutrition came about when he met Zig Ziglar’s personal doctor, who had created the world’s first customized vitamin program. He acquired the asset, which is now a successful venture in the industry. Stout comes up with ideas by brainstorming opinions from different experts. Speaking to ideamensch, Logan Stout said that his growth in entrepreneurship is anchored on working with the right people.

About IDLife
IDLife specializes in personalized nutrition. Over the years, demand for their products has increased. American’s are increasingly embracing healthy living practices. There has also been an increased awareness on the cost of medical care. Logan Stout took advantage of the two factors to establish IDLife, which in U.S. alone, generates $23 billion per year. The company has managed to be at the top of the health and wellness industry due to its unique business model. Logan, who serves as the company’s chairman and CEO, has worked relentlessly to ensure its success through partnering with top business leaders. Some of the professionals that are affiliated with IDLife are Darwin Deason, Troy Aikman, Jen Widerstrom and Len Critcher.

The company offers individually designed (ID) vitamins, which are customized based on sex, sun exposure, eating habits and exercise, medical conditions, prescription medication and age. IDLife also offers mass-customized products such as Kraft, Ford, Wrigley, Keds and Nike. The vitamin products are built on a foundation of scientific data that is collected from over 7,500 clinical trials and peer-reviewed medical journals. The above interactive approach offers as many as 1.3 million potential combinations for users. Their direct business model facilitates the manufacturer of products and supply of the same directly to consumers. This way, it has enhanced the sales revenue generated by the company. IDLife attributes its success to its great compensation plan.