Why Sequence Was Developed
"Similar to our hair and skin needs, the nutritional needs of African Americans are different from other racial groups."
Dr. Greg Hall
Some researchers believe that consistently getting too much of a vitamin may not be safe. Some vitamins are potentially more dangerous than others and need to be carefully dosed. Other vitamins, based on the person’s genetics, are under-replaced because they have a higher need.
DOCTOR DEVELOPED. BODY APPROVED.
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, and added Vitamin D to supplement the deficiency commonly found in African Americans.
A SCIENCE DEDICATED TO 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.
MORE IS NOT ALWAYS BETTER
The logic of assuming that if some is good, more is better fails in every instance pertaining to the body. Anything the body takes in has a limit. Even too much water can lead to certain death! Think of cooking as an example. When baking a traditional cake, the proportions of the ingredients needed are essential. You need flour, eggs, milk, sugar, etc. in the correct proportions. You wouldn’t use a cup of flour with 20 eggs! The same is true of multivitamins. If a good amount of a vitamin is healthy, much more doesn’t make you live forever. There is a “sweet-spot” for recipes…and vitamins and minerals.