Eat half what you normally do, skip sweets, candy, fats, treats, ice cream, anything with a bunch of sugar, and bread. Make sure you do eat though. If you fast you will kick your body into fat retention mode and it will hang onto the fat like your life depennded on it. Fasting seems good but is bad. Eat at least 1500 calories a day. Carrots you can eat, celery (with no dip),
Excercise everyday for at least an hr. Run, run run. Take care not to overdue though because of the potential for injury. You must invest in a good cross training or running shoe.
Well it's common sense really. Make your own meals from scratch. Eat healthy, small meals 6 times a day, limiting your total caloric intake to not less than 800 calories per day. If the fat is natural, include it, if it's processed, remove it. Eat natural foods, don't eat anything man made, other than a protein shake. Do 15 - 20 minutes of hard cardio to get your heart rate up then spend 40 minutes lifting weights hitting a different set of muscle groups each day and going until you feel your muscles *shake*, because that's when you know they're starting to break down and rebuild. Have your protein shake immediately after your workout. 7 days a week
I highly recommend Nutrisystem. You would have to pay for your food from them and it does cost something but they send you most of the food you will need to eat in a month and it is all low glycemic index (very important for weight loss) as well as low calorie food. You have to buy your own milk (for cerreal) and your own fresh lettuce and veggies. It is very easy to do and you never get hungry (due to the low glycemic index of the foods). Other than that, all I could recommend it that you eat small meals with low glycemic food (look it up if you don't know what that is). Eating low on the glycemic index keeps your insulin from spiking which basically means you never get hungry which makes sticking to a diet much easier.
cardio, every day fof one hour, cut out all junk food, buy one of the mens fitness mags, loads of diet and exercise info in them