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IKKUMA Evolution of Vitality with Gary LeBlanc

Posted: September 17, 2014 at 8:53 am   /   by   /   comments (0)

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Gary LeBlanc, co-founder of Ikkuma Inc., a specialist in holistic consumer products and a published author, with his book titled Ikkuma: Evolution of Vitality joins Entrepreneurial Fit Radio.

Listen to interview with host Eric Dye & guest Gary LeBlanc discuss the following:

  • What makes Ikkuma different from other energy drinks?
  • What inspired you to create the Ikkuma lifestyle and products?
  • I’ve noticed you’ve created supplements to aid in healthy brain activity. Why is it vital to take them and can’t we get these nutrients through food?
  • What can readers expect from your book IKKUMA Evolution of Vitality?
  • For those that are new to the healthy lifestyle, what are small changes you can make to live an Ikkuma life.

Duration: 11:41

Gary Leblanc is an author, has engineering and MBA degrees from McGill university, is a certified lifecoach practitioner and a personal trainer. He was a Vice President for a tier 1 company for 6 years. But none of his past endeavours was born of such passion as his new baby – Ikkuma, which was catalyzed by the passing of a close friend. Along with the publishing of his book, Ikkuma Evolution of vitality, the Ikkuma brand owns a line of organic/non-GMO functional beverages and revolutionary non-GMO supplements.  Ikkuma represents the perfect storm of his passion and talents.

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Web Site: www.ikkuma.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/ikkumalife
Twitter: @IkkumaGary

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