Decades of research by experts (scientists, dietitians, workout-ists) show that optimal fat loss requires a "sweet spot" of food and fitness. We take the guesswork out of what to eat and how to workout to get lean and stay lean.

Fresh, Chef-Crafted,
Ready to Eat
  • Dishes crafted by an industry-leading dietitian & a James Beard-nominated chef
  • Customized calorie levels balanced to your body based on individual goals
  • No cooking. No measuring. No guessing.
  • Workout only 20 minutes 2x/week for maximum results
  • One 20-minute workout = 50 minutes of strength training + 30 minutes of cardio
  • By appointment with onsite trainers
the Science
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Moderately Reduced Calorie Intake
We determine your ideal caloric intake for maximum results, based on 17 factors.
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Meals Based on Fact. Not Fad.
You eat balanced meals comprised of protein, fat, and complex carbs-yes, carbs! Complex carbs are essential, as they are the body's preferred source of consistent energy.
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Train on Medical-Grade Equipment
Utopia's machines engage your muscles through the entire range of motion, working each muscle group more efficiently and effectively than standard equipment for a total body workout that's easy on joints.
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When your muscles reach their limit during our workouts, the body responds by burning fat.
Your metabolism is increased in 4 different ways for 2-4 days following each workout.
After only 4 weeks, I was wearing shorts I haven't been able to wear for years!
The meals are so good that I feel like I'm cheating.
I don't know why everyone isn't doing this!
This is the easiest thing I've ever done!
Twenty minutes, twice a week. I can handle that.
Utopia got me off all my medications in only 10 weeks.
Ready to start seeing real results?
Check out our membership plans.
James Beard Foundation
Utopia's Chef Mike Smith has been nominated for the prestigious James Beard Award
Best D Magazine
Named Best Fitness Program by D Magazine
UT Southwestern Medical Center
Utopia's program is being studied by UT Southwestern as a new standard in nutrition and fitness