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You have a right to wonder if I’m talking about you. If you have a weight problem, there’s better than a ninety percent chance that the Keto-SA program can help you solve it. Is that really relevant to your own particular, very individual weight situation? In order to help you understand where you do or don’t fit in, I’ll profile my typical obesity patient. It’s not hard to do. There are several signature patterns about overweight due to disorders of carbohydrate metabolism that are instantly recognizable.


  1. Are you overweight despite the fact that you don’t eat that much?
  2. Do you follow standard weight-loss diets and still make on headway losing weight or get stuck far short of your goal?
  3. Have you noticed that slim people definitely consume more calories than you do?
  4. Are you just plain unpleasantly hungry on low-calorie diets?
  5. Do you find the amount of food you eat is really the least you can take in without feeling physically unsatisfied?
  6. Do you feel unfulfilled when you finish a so- called “balanced” meal?
  7. Do you find that when you eat the amount of food that feels just right, you don’t lose- or you even gain weight?
  8. Have you often said, “I’m really very disciplined; it must be my metabolism?”


  1. Do you have an inexplicable obsession with food?
  2. A habit of night eating?
  3. A tendency to binge?
  4. A craving for such carbohydrate foods as sweets, pastas, and breads?
  5. Do you nibble all day long when food is available?
  6. A strong desire to eat again shortly after you’ve eaten to fullness?
  7. Do you consider yourself a compulsive eater?
  8. Do you have specific symptoms that vanish as soon as you eat?

Do you suffer:

  1. Irritability?
  2. Inexplicable drops in your strength and stamina at various times throughout the day- often overwhelming bouts of fatigue, especially in the afternoon?
  3. Mood swings?
  4. Difficulty in concentrating?
  5. Sleep difficulties- often a need for considerable quantities of sleep, sometimes a habit of waking from a sound sleep?
  6. Anxiety, sadness, and depression for which there’s no situational explanation?
  7. Dizziness, trembling, palpitations?
  8. Brain fog and loss of mental acuity?


  1. Do you have a single food or beverage you feel you could not do without?
  2. Would you pass up an elegant meal to get your favorite food?
  3. Is there a specific food or beverage that makes you feel better as soon as you get it?
  4. Do you ever think, “I wonder if I could be addicted to that food/ beverage?”
  5. Do you feel this way about a category of foods?
  6. (Sweets, soft drinks, dairy products, grains, pastas, pizzas, bread, junk foods, etc.)


Now let’s see what you do with this information. First of all, let me say I would find it hard to believe there could be an overweight person who had no “YES” responses. If most of your “yes” responses are in group A, you have a metabolic problem, manifested either by an inability to lose weight or keep it off, or by hunger or the inability to achieve and maintain satiety (a feeling of being full or satisfied).
If most of your “yes” responses were to group B questions then you probably have glucose intolerance, commonly known as hypoglycemia.
If most of your affirmatives were to the group C statements, then you probably have an addiction to the food/ beverage you’ve identified is or contains a carbohydrate, then you have a carbohydrate addiction.


You A and B responders (and most of the C group as well) have a condition denominator behind nearly all your problems, and it’s called hyperinsulinism. You see, your food compulsion isn’t a character disorder, it’s a chemical disorder called hyperinsulinism. A significant number of all overweight people suffer from this metabolic problem known as hyperinsilinism.
Eating large amounts of foods high in sugars, white flour and other refined carbohydrates can promote or aggravate hyperinsilinism.

The KETO-SA PROGRAM is a corrective metabolic approach to metabolic problems.
The foods on this program stabilize your blood sugar, and making food cravings disappear.
Excess weight around your waist is often the first sign that your body is not metabolizing sugar properly.


It’s easy to see that there’s a relationship between the kinds of foods you eat and the amount of insulin in your bloodstream. Carbohydrate foods, especially simple carbohydrates such as sugars, honey, milk and fruit, which contain glucose, lactose, fructose and refined carbohydrates like flour, white rice, potato starch, which, because they are readily absorbed through the gut, speedily convert to glucose, require a lot of insulin. Proteins and fat, on the other hand, produce almost no alteration in the insulin level. (Protein in excess converts to glucose in the liver and requires some insulin to transport it to the cells; fat requires none.)

As an overweight person becomes fatter, the insulin problem expands too. Numerous studies have shown that the obese (and diabetic) individual is extremely unresponsive to the action of insulin. Even some individuals who appear slim and healthy may actually be insulin resistant. The cells become desensitized to the action of insulin so it can no longer effectively transport glucose to them. This is known in medical circles as insulin resistance, which quickly leads to hyperinsulinism. What appears to happen is that the insulin receptors on the surfaces of the body’s cells are blocked from carrying out their function, which in turn prevents glucose from reaching the cells for energy use. It’s one reason why overweight individuals are tired much of the time. Because insulin is not effective in converting glucose into energy, it transfers more and more into stored fat. You’d like to slim down, but your body is, in fact, becoming a fat-producing machine.

Your body’s hormonal system is now in desperate straits. Insulin- your fat producing hormone – is now being secreted all the time to deal with high sugar levels, and it is doing its job less and less effectively. Which makes you crave sweets and carbohydrates, which compounds the problem in a vicious cycle. In time, even the insulin responders that convert glucose to fat start getting worn out- this forecasts diabetes. In severe cases, the pancreas itself becomes exhausted by the effort required to produce so much insulin-and a high insulin diabetes changes into the insulin-dependent type. To have your insulin levels more or less permanently high and yet to be resistant to the effects of insulin is what’s called hyperinsulinism.

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