A man who topped the scales at 34 stone after binging on junk food and booze has lost more than a third of his body weight in just one year.
Jarred Aslett, 32, from Idaho in the US, started gaining weight at university when he stopped exercising and started partying.
He said: “I lived in a fraternity and developed unhealthy habits. I decided I was going to ‘live fast and die young’.
“I never paid attention to how big I was getting because frankly, I didn’t care. I was drinking alcohol to deal with trauma from my past.”
Jarred explains he never ate excessive amounts of food, but everything he put in his mouth was unhealthy.