SEQUENCE MULTIVITAMINS

Because our needs are different.

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SEQUENCE MULTIVITAMINS FOR AFRICAN AMERICANS

Did you know that the nutritional needs of African Americans are significantly different than other racial groups? Sequence Multivitamins were designed to meet the needs of African American men, women, and adults over age 50. Using research outcomes and population data, a Black doctor developed a custom multivitamin designed to meet our needs.

THAT 1% DIFFERENCE MAKES A DIFFERENCE


There is a less than 1% difference in our genetic makeup that uniquely determines who we are. This difference also determines what is uniquely vital for OUR health. Sequence is a multivitamin that was developed by an accredited African American doctor and was designed to target specific nutritional needs while addressing the health deficiencies that African Americans experience.

DEVELOPED TO MEET OUR NEEDS

Some vitamins can be detrimental to your health, and sometimes the differences are based on race or ethnicity. There are risks for poor health outcomes associated with over-replacement of some vitamins and minerals. Getting the right amount, and not too much, is critical.

SEQUENCE MULTIVITAMINS

MAXIMIZING YOUR HEALTH

  • VITAMIN D FORTIFIED

    Sufficient vitamin D levels has been shown to lower the risk of prostate and colon cancer, as well as give better control of high blood pressure and diabetes.

  • MORE VITAMIN C

    Adequate vitamin C levels is associated with better heart health and can help protect against environmental toxins.

  • BOOST YOUR MAGNESIUM

    Greater than 90% of African Americans are magnesium deficient and this deficiency has been linked to memory loss, decreased muscle strength, diabetes, high blood pressure, and some types of cancer. Sequence Multivitamins for older men has added magnesium to address this need.

  • VITAMIN K IS LEFT OUT

    Vitamin K is critical for normal blood clotting but African Americans have an increased risk for blood clots after surgery and associated with strokes and heart attacks, therefore additional vitamin K would not be helpful.

A SCIENCE DEDICATED TO OUR NEEDS

After years of study, our lab has developed a custom multivitamin developed to meet our needs. Sequence Multivitamins & Minerals has zinc to boost your immune system, magnesium and potassium for heart health, and chromium to support stable blood sugars.

AFRICAN AMERICANS FORM MORE BLOOD CLOTS THAN OTHER RACIAL OR ETHNIC GROUPS

These increased blood clots lead to heart attacks, strokes, aneurysms, kidney disease, and more. Vitamin K promotes blood clotting. While we need vitamin K for normal function, we get enough from our diet. There is no evidence that African Americans need more vitamin K.

Don't confuse vitamin K with potassium which is abbreviated with a "K". You need more potassium (K+) and no added vitamin K.

DOCTORS ACKNOWLEDGE THE VALUE OF SEQUENCE MULTIVITAMINS

Physicians have always acknowledged the nutritional differences that exist by race or ethnicity but no one ever developed a multivitamin that addressed these needs. The formula for Sequence Multivitamins uses confirmed research to replace vitamins and minerals that show deficiencies in African Americans while leaving out substances that could potentially cause problems.

  • Sufficient vitamin D levels has been shown to lower the risk of prostate and colon cancer, as well as give better control of high blood pressure and diabetes.

  • CHOOSE THE FORMULA BEST FOR YOU

    Sequence Multivitamins has four formulas.

  • THE MINERALS YOU NEED

    Sequence Multivitamins has Zinc to boost your immune system, Magnesium and Potassium for heart health, and Chromium to support stable blood sugars.

  • DEVELOPED TO MEET OUR NEEDS

    DID YOU KNOW???

    Similar to hair and skin needs, the nutritional needs of African Americans are different from other racial/ethnic groups.

WHAT MAKES SEQUENCE DIFFERENT?

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