Logan Stout’s health and wellness company named IDLife helps customers lose weight by gearing their nutritional supplement to their specific needs. They realize all customers are different so having one supplement that helps everyone is not realistic.
We all are differ due to genetics, diet, medications and lifestyle. ID Life uses a personalized nutrition system that addresses each person individually. They set out to change the one supplement fits all concept. They use the highest quality sourced ingredients in all their products. These products are tested and developed by medical and science professionals.
The owner of the company Logan Stout is a successful athlete, businessman, and mentor. He went to Panola College and earned a business degree. Later he went to University of Dallas and received a degree in psychology. He is the founder of the Dallas Patriots baseball organization a group that provides one on one mentoring for youth.
He published a book in 2013 called Stout Advice: The Secret to Building Yourself,People and Teams. In this book he encourages individuals to live their lifelong dreams and strive to live up to their potential.
Because of his background in sports he knows the importance of nutrition. That is why he understand the basics of running a company that caters to each individual’s needs. He recently helped with the cleanup efforts for Hurricane Harvey and closed down his office to help do this.
He collected items needed items and stored the merchandise in his warehouse on pallets. They were picked up and taken to the cities of Tomball and Houston. Logan offered his warehouse space to use for whatever they needed it for. He decided to use his trucks to transport the supplies.
Other businesses joined him in helping with the rescue efforts. Some of them used their company trucks to carry the merchandise. They wanted to help anyone that had weathered Hurricane Harvey. Life ID and Black Tie Moving both donated their trucks to help carry supplies for victims of the hurricane. Larry Stout believes that helping others that cannot return the favor is the best way to give.
Logan Stout’s Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/TheLoganStout