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Seventeen years ago, Andrea Papas knew his love for food as a kid had finally caught up to him.
“My eating issues were very much emotionally driven because of a very hard up bringing, with food being my comfort and my escape route,” Papas told Men’s Health. “It wasn’t easy being teased and shouted at all the time, so I had no other way to take out my emotions. My only way was through food.”
He had always been overweight as a kid, but by the time he hit 18 years old in 2000, Papas weighed in at 320 pounds, the heaviest he had ever been. He wasn’t happy, he didn’t like the way he looked, and his clothes never fit him quite right.
Now, the 35-year-old health and fitness coach from Johannesburg, South Africa, weighs in at a lean, muscular 198 pounds. Here are three simple pieces of advice that helped him achieve his goals–and can help you achieve yours, too.