Georgia Davis
Treatment: Britain’s most overweight teenager has been told she needs to attend a fat camp in the U.S. 
Georgia Davis
Helping hand: The teenager now plans to attend the fat camp with her mother Lesley, pictured, and her stepfather Arthur  
Britain’s most overweight teenager has been told she needs to return to a fat camp in the U.S. dedicated to helping chornically obese people lose weight.

Georgia Davis, 19, from Aberdare in South Wales, had to be rescued from her house last month in need of emergency treatment.

Doctors initially estimated the teenager, who has battled with her weight for years, was 63stone, but it was later reported that she actually tipped the scales at 56stone.

Friends say since being admitted to the Prince Charles Hospital in Merthyr Tydfil, Wales, Georgia has been sticking to her strict hospital food diet and is pledging to get back to health.

She is due to spend the rest of the year in hospital undergoing treatment at a special obesity clinic 40 miles away at Morriston Hospital in Swansea.

Doctors say they are pleased with her progress which has seen lose at least 14 stone so far and she has now walked again and had a proper shower.

The Sunday Mirror claims that while her health is improving, medical staff want Georgia to attend the £1,000-a-week fat camp in North Carolina. Her family will fund the treatment.

Four years ago the clinic helped her drop from 33stone to 18stone but when her family attempted to send her back there earlier this year Georgia reportedly suffered a panic attack at the airport and refused to go.

This time it is hoped that the company of her mother Lesley and stepfather Arthur will help her to make the move.

Doctors fear she will put the weight back on if experts fail instil a good healthy eating and exercise regime in her.

At the camp Georgia will live at the clinic and take part in exercise and diet programmes tailored to her needs.

Georgia has spoken about her dreams of going to Tokyo to sample the food and having her own flat as she attempts to turn her life around.

And she has revealed she has received cards and letters of support from people across the country which have helped her win her battle against the scales.

Her diet now consists of cereal and toast for breakfast followed by a healthy dish of meat and vegetables for lunch and dinner.

The teenager used to order up to 20 kebabs each week from a takeaway and gorge throughout the day on chocolate, crisps and two litre bottles of Coca Cola.
SOURCE: Daily Mail

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