Nutritional supplements are certainly in demand, but finding the right nutrition for yourself is always difficult. Everyone has different needs and those different needs means we absolutely need to have different supplements for our own selves. That’s exactly what Logan Stout had in mind when he made IDLife. Unlike other nutritional supplements this brand is focused on giving everyone customized nutrition meant specifically for their own body. It’s creating a revolution in the way people think about nutrition. Instead of trying to place one size fits all approaches to our health, we will begin to think of nutrition as a personalized thing.
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IDLife is able to give you supplements specifically meant for your body because they customize them based on your genetics and life history. You obviously don’t have the exact same genetic makeup or life history as somebody else and this will affect your needs. Perhaps you have a greater need for vitamin D than somebody else or you have less need for calcium than another person. That will translate into differences in what you need to take and how you should go about living your life. This is exactly what IDLife is all about at the end of the day.
Logan Stout’s concept is part of the growing trend of personalized nutrition. Everything around us is being personalized in order to give us exactly what we need rather than what a general crowd requires. Treating us as individuals presents a unique opportunity to achieve things only previously considered possible. Nobody in the past would’ve thought we’d be using hereditary traits to better understand diseases like cancer and diabetes. This isn’t just a fad or something that will fade away with time. We will eventually see other companies follow suit and help bring about an age in which all nutritional supplements are designed in such a way that they fit individual needs rather than broad assumptions. Stout had an idea to make himself wealthy, but he has done so much more than that. He’s created the foundations necessary to shift our understanding of our health and the way we live.
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