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IDLife and IDNutrition

6092907492 | 56 Shore Avenue | Manahawkin, 08050 |

Posted December 22, 2015 By Patty Sharkey

IDNutrition is an individually designed nutritional program based on verifiable nutritional science. Our products use the highest-quality, clinically researched ingredients.

Best of all, your IDNutrition program is developed specifically for YOU, based on your needs, your goals and your personal nutritional profile.

We start with a FREE, simple, thorough and confidential online assessment and in just a few minutes, our patented IDAssessment software develops a set of recommendations based on scientific studies targeted to YOUR specific needs.

Customized Nutrition! 


Everyone customizes their boat, home and car, why not your body?

I would like to introduce you to IDLife, customized nutrition through a free HIPAA compliant health assessment.  Seventeen years of science and research based developed into a program to individualize your nutritional supplements. 

Pharmaceutical grade vitamins, derived from all natural ingredients.  These products are also lactose free, gluten free, non GMO, soy free and all natural. 

Be proactive about your health.  Take the free HIPAA compliant health assessment now!

Contact Patty Sharkey (609) 290-7492.  I would love to help you start your journey to improved health and wellness. 

Take your free health assessment now at


Feel free to check out this video about IDNutrtion, the cornerstone, revolutionary product of IDLife.

Introductory IDNutrition Video

Chief Scientist and Formulator Paul Sullivan

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