Sarah Morgan kept hearing the same complaints of side effects from her patients on certain medications. What she discovered was illuminating: the same glaring nutrient deficiencies and biochemical imbalances in their bloodwork, again and again. This is what is called M.I.N.D.™ (medication-induced nutrient depletions).
M.I.N.D.™ needed an answer. So Sarah marshalled a team of physicians, nutritionists and pharmacists to study medication-nutrient interactions—and began developing what would become Even: a new kind of medical food to pair with medication, to help bring the body back into balance.
Sarah holds a Master’s Degree in Clinical Nutrition. For over 13 years, she ran a clinical practice in Denver, Colorado, where she saw a wide variety of patients. In addition to her patients’ negative side effects, Sarah’s own experiences pushed her to find a solution as well—she, too, had suffered on medication, feeling like she wasn’t herself. Even was born to solve that.
Grant is an entrepreneur at heart. With over 11 years of experience on Wall Street as an investment banker, Grant has advised numerous mergers and acquisitions with an aggregate value of over $50 billion. Like Sarah, Grant saw loved ones—including his father—suffer the negative side effects of crucial medications, inspiring him to help make Even a reality.
Our medical advisory board, comprised of medical doctors, nutritionists and pharmacists, helps guide our thinking around the medication induced nutrient depletions (M.I.N.D.) and product innovation.
It all began when our founder, Sarah Morgan, noticed the same side effect complaints from patients using certain medications-then noticed glaring nutrient depletions and biochemical imbalances in their bloodwork, again and again.