I'm in a real jiffy with my weight at the moment. I'd rather not say what I am, but it is a lot bigger than I am supposed to be. I am not greedy, but I have turned to junk food and fast foods way too many times since I was 14 for comfort. Now I am 18 and a mess and I've had enough of it. So from something I've read on the internet I've come up with a plan to lose a lot of weight relatively fast as one of my New Year Resolutions (starting Jan 2nd) I am going to consume only 500-600 calories per day. This will be in the form of healthy cereals and fruits, glasses of milk to maintain calcium for health bones/teeth. I am going to take vitamin/protein tablets to make sure I get my needed intake of such, drink loads of water and be more active, physically. I will do 50 goes on this sit up thing we have per day and do lots of walking. To defeat hunger pangs, I will suck on mints (mints destroy the taste of anything else I eat or drink) or smoke a ciggy instead (btw I already smoke sometimes). Smoking generally makes me less hungry, anyway. I know that the calorific intake I'm supposed to have should really be 1,200c per day, but I feel like I am in a crisis and need to resort to desperate measures. However, what I'm asking is if through tablets and such, will I be able to keep myself energised and healthy? Oh and yes I am very aware of the fact it may 'yoyo' on me when I start to eat normally again (which is in the summer), but I am planning to gradually build up to eating healthily, rather than just suddenly start eating healthily again. That way, it shouldn't be too bad. I only want to drop to 9 stone (roughly 130 lbs). I don't want to drop to like 6 stone or something. I just want to have a healthy BMI again. So besides the bad calorie intake, is there anything wrong with my plan?