Tongan-Australia's heaviest man vows to lose weight

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Ulu Tuʻipulotu. He is Tongan-Australiaʻs heaviest man.

Ulu Tuʻipulotu, 26, who is of Tongan descent and weighs 337kg, is said to be Australia’s heaviest man.

In a desperate bid to save his life Mr Tuʻipulotu has vowed to slim down by losing 15 kilos over a period of one month.

He suffered with weight problems and his doctors have warned that he will die if he cannot lose weight, according to the Daily Mail.

Tuʻipulotu has attempted diets, such as Lite ‘N’ Easy packaged food plans. He’s tried Optifast, a milkshake weight loss plan, as well as going to the gym but nothing has worked so far, the paper says

He is living with his Tongan family in Quaker’s Hill and he has gone public with his weight loss struggle after signing up to a two-year sponsored psychological and physiological program ran by a Sydney hypnotherapist.

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  1. Kuo pehē ko e tangata sino mamafa taha ‘i ‘Aositelēliá ko e Tonga ko ʻUlu Tuʻipulotu taʻu 26 pea ko hono mamafa ko e kilokalami ʻe 337 pea kuó ne tukupá ke fai ha fakaholo ke haofaki ʻene moʻuí.

    ʻOku ne foua ha faingataʻa tuʻunga ʻi hono mamafa pea kuo fakatokanga ʻe ne kau toketaá te ne mate ʻo ka ʻikai ke ne fakaholo.

    Kuo lahi e ngaahi feinga fakaholo ʻa Tuʻipulotú ki muʻa hangē ko ʻene ngāueʻaki ʻa e palani kai ko e Lite ʻNʻ Easy, Optifast ʻa ia ko e faʻahinga huʻakau ki he fakaholó ka kuo teʻeki pe ha ola ʻe taha ʻo e ngaahi feinga koi á.

    ʻOku nofo ʻa e tangatá ni mo hono fāmili Tongá ʻi he feituʻu Quakerʻs Hill ʻi ʻAositelēlia pea kuó ne talaki ke ʻilo ʻe he kakai ʻene feʻao mo e faingataʻa ni hili ia haʻane fakamoʻoni ki ha polokalama taʻu ua kuo siponisā ke fai ai hano teuteuʻi fakaʻatamai ia ʻe ha hipinotelapisi.

    Lolotonga ʻene kīvoi ke haofaki ʻene moʻuí kuo tukupā ʻa Tuʻipulotu ke ne holoʻaki ha kilo ʻe 15 fakamāhina.

    Kuó ne pehē kuo kamata p eke ne ongoʻi ʻoku ngali ʻe taulanga ʻene feinga ko ʻeni ʻoku fai ke holo hono sinó kau ai ʻene lava ke maʻu ivi ange ki he lue holo.