Are you adventurous, fun and up for a challenge?
BBC Three is looking for teenagers who consider themselves overweight to embark on the adventure of a lifetime living with a tribe in a remote area of the world.
Last year BBC Three’s Fat Men Can’t Hunt saw eight adults head out to the Kalahari Desert to live with a bushman tribe. Learning to hunt and gather for themselves the eight adventurers had the opportunity to prove that size really doesn’t matter. This year it will be teenagers that will get the chance to show what they are made of with a new tribe in another exciting location.
This is an amazing opportunity for 16 – 19 year olds to have an experience they will never forget.
For one month ten teenagers will live amongst a native group of people in a remote wilderness area, where they will learn to live life as it used to be. The teens will be taught to Hunt and gather, eating only a natural and unprocessed diet.
Top British nutritionist Alice Sykes will lead the teenagers through the experiment teaching them about nutrition and helping the group to change their food habits so that they can live a healthier and more active lifestyle permanently.
If you are 16 to 19 years old and fancy putting your outward-bound skills to the test while losing a bit of weight in the process then this could be the project you’re looking for.
Tribal mentors will teach the group a wealth of survival skills. This is an opportunity like never before.
If you feel bored, in a rut and desperate for a change of lifestyle this is the show for you!
Call 0870 871 0784
Make sure you leave your name, age, contact telephone number and a quick reason for wanting to lose weight.
Deadline 30th June 2007