Weight loss camp for adults utah
[Instead] it becomes about who markets these services the best way." Health.com: Walk a little, lose a lot Is a weight-loss retreat for you?Attending a weight-loss retreat is not a decision to be made lightly."I went there not knowing much about what I was in for," she says."I didn't want to get pampered; I wanted to get healthy." Weight-loss retreats, spas, and resorts for adults -- the grown-up version of fat camps -- have been around for decades. After two weeks of swimming and fitness classes, she lost 11 pounds.Nicole Mc Laren, a 26-year-old student from Washington, D.
The weight loss may not last, and it may not be worth the cost, which can be as high as several thousand dollars a week.Both are unlikely to be sustained in the long-term and are not relevant for healthy weight maintenance." Paul J.Gately, a professor of exercise and obesity at Leeds Metropolitan University (where he has conducted research with Hester), says that very few camps have a sufficiently comprehensive approach to weight loss.The research on residential weight-loss programs is limited, and the results have been mixed.Studies of the Pritikin Longevity Center & Spa, in Aventura, Florida -- the most researched program of its kind -- have found that guests lose between 4 percent and 5 percent of their body weight.