Weight Loss Resistance Self Test

To see if you have weight loss resistance, take the weight loss resistance self-test NOW!

  1. Are you developing insulin resistance?

    Answer yes if you answer yes to at least one of the questions below

    Is your fasting blood sugar 100 or greater?
    Is your fasting insulin greater than 10?
    Is your hemoglobin A1C greater than 5.5?
    Are your triglycerides greater than 150?
    Is your triglyceride:HDL ratio greater than 3:1?
    Are your HDLs less than 50 (woman) 40 (man)?
    Is your waist measurement greater than 35 (woman) 40 man)?
    Is your waist:hip ratio greater than .8 (woman) or 1.0 (man)?
    Is your body fat percentage greater than 37% (woman) or 29% (man)?

    Yes No
  2. Are you stressed out?

    Yes No
  3. Do you suspect that have a depressed metabolic rate?

    Answer based on either a clinical diagnosis or other means including self diagnosis

    Yes No
  4. Have you been diagnosed with hypothyroidism by a health care practitioner through lab testing?

    Yes No
  5. Have you failed on 3 or more diets in the past?

    Yes No
  6. Do you have cravings that are extremely difficult to control?

    Yes No
  7. Do you have a familial problem with obesity?

    Yes No
  8. Do you get 7 hours or less of sleep two or more nights per week?

    Yes No
  9. Are you exercising ineffectively?

    Check yes if you answer yes to at least one question below

    Are you exercising 2 times or less per week?
    Are you only doing cardiovascular exercise?

    Yes No
  10. Have you ever suspected or been diagnosed with food allergies?

    Yes No
  11. Do you have trouble building muscle?

    Yes No
  12. Are your hormones imbalanced (PMS, peri-menopause, clinical diagnosos, etc.)

    Yes No

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Success Stories

Doctor's Note
Patient was experiencing chronic fatigue and symptoms of menopause. Through lab testing, it was determined that her reproductive hormone levels were low and she was suffering from a very low IGF1 (growth hormone) level. Patient was treated with bioidentical hormone replacement and medication designed to stimulate her natural production of growth hormone.
Patient Response
Dare I say it out loud? It sure is looking as though Semorelin has given me my life back. I was so worried about skiing – afraid I’d ski one day and be in bed the rest of the week. But I was just fine. This past Saturday I prepared, served, and cleaned up (with help) dinner for 14. Sunday I was just fine.

SJ - McLean, Virginia