Debbie Webb and IDLife Take Nutrition Personally

ID Life logoIDLife, an “individually designed” health and wellness company on the cutting edge of personalized medicine, offers complementary products including nutrition, a performance line, a children’s product line and a skincare line. The company’s featured products are vitamin packs specifically tailored for each individual, based on sex, age, exercise and eating habits, sun exposure, medical conditions and even prescription medications.

Debbie Webb, a runner from the Perkiomenville area, became an IDLife associate after seeing the impact of the program on her own life. “Everyone is unique and one size doesn’t fit all,” says Webb. “This is true in all areas, but particularly when it comes to nutrition. I think a personalized, one-to-one approach to nutrition is the wave of the future.”

A simple, no-cost, online assessment develops a set of recommendations targeted to each individual’s specific needs. The IDLife website draws upon scientific data from over 7,500 clinical studies and peer-reviewed medical journal articles when analyzing your input and recommending one of over 1.3 million possible nutritional combinations.

The IDLife skin care line delivers an anti-aging and anti-wrinkle formula that helps combat the signs of aging. Products are made from the highest quality ingredients and do not contain parabens, sulfates, phthalates, artificial dyes or fragrances. The children’s program includes a variety of vitamins, shakes, bars and a hydration supplement especially designed for kids. Products are all-natural, non-GMO, and casein-, gluten- and soy-free.

For more information, call 267-992-2519 or email or visit December 2015.

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