Teen Georgia Davis drew national attention when dropped 101 kilograms in the U.S. camp for fat people last year. But 17-year-old girl, on arrival home, regained the title of "most complete teen Britain" after again gained 101 pounds of weight a few months later. Desperate student from Aberdare, south Wales, said that on his return from the Wellspring Academy in North Carolina, she tried to eat normally and on, but soon returned to his old bad habits. "I started to eat cheap, bad food, had used before," - she told the newspaper Daily Star. "I want to be slim again! It's a shame to return to the previous 215 kilograms."
In August 2008, 215-pound Georgia was warned by doctors that he was in mortal danger and she needs to throw at least 127 pounds. Inspired by the girls spend 3.600 pounds per month on diet courses, which lasted nine months. She returned to Britain in June 2009 to care for her 55-year old mother of Leslie, which has discovered a serious heart disease. Rhonda Taff, head of the local Center for Health said that measures are taken to help the young person to maintain their incredible result. But, despite all the promises, April 28 this year, George returned to his weight. The duration of her life (projected specialists), which jumped to 80 years in June 2009, again returned to the 20-year mark. Girl strenuously defended against accusations that she is too lazy, though, and recognizes that weight gain - her own fault.
She said that the camp was surrounded by helping people who are restrained and controlled by it, allowing to use less than 1,500 calories a day. However, coming back - lost control, because neither her family nor his friends did not follow a healthy diet. Georgia asks for more support for the Centre, explaining that her problem is no different from alcohol or drug dependence.