Honestly honey, you are going about this diet in totally the wrong way. Here is why:
A diet should be for life, and what you are talking about is a crash course. There is no magic pill to lose weight and you can't lose a lot of weight at once. Typically most people want to see results right away, we are human. But with weight this is a whole different story.
First of all, you can take a pill. There are many diet pills out there. But there are several negative side effects about these pills. One they make make your heart beat faster, you can lose sleep, stomach cramping etc..Oh, and after you lose all that weight, chances are you are going to put it back on again plus some extra.
Second, maybe you want to try a diet called "going raw" and just eat raw fruits and vegetables for a few weeks, exercise your heart out, and lose weight. Side effects, you will probably feel tired, and the other thing is that you will most definitely be cheating yourself.
When your body goes into starvation mode (ie, not enough daily calories) you can gain weight by this. Your body is not getting the required nutriets it needs to support itself through the day.
Why do we do these unrealist diets and why are we starving ourselves? Like you, most people want immediate results, and be believe the latest fad's and trends are going to keep us slim.
There is a way to diet with real foods, the things that we love.
Your question presents a problem. Its highly unhealthy for you to consider losing 7 pounds in two weeks. Being a man (because your metabolism's are faster) you can probably lose 5 pounds easily within a weeks time. After that, it may get slower where you would only lose 2-3 lbs the next week, considering you did a healthy diet.
Instead of doing a crazy fad diet, where you are starving yourself and eating unrealistically, why don't you try these tips to a more healthy life style? I am actually a life time member at Weight Watchers and I am proud to say that I have kept my weight off for 7 years. I started Weight Watchers the end of my junior year in High school and I have kept it off since. If I see pounds creeping up, I nip it in the bud very quickly.
Here are my tips:
1. Eat Breakfast!! Very important...For breakfast try not to grab a breakfast sandwich, muffin or huge bagel. I have eliminated muffin's out of my diet completely because the muffin's today are enourmous, plus a whopping 600-900 calories.
Breakfast examples I have eaten:
Cereal (low fat, like Special K, Raisin Bran, Rice Crispies..try to keep it near the 150 calorie mark) You can step up the metabolism even better with a yogurt as well with this breakfast, its a protein which can give you some great morning energy
*** When skipping out on meals, this can cause us to eat more throughout the day, I try to tell people this because breakfast is the most frequent meal that is missed.*****
If you can avoid going to Wendy's, McDonalds etc, or work's cafeteria, try to make something healthy from home. I eat a sandwich, lite bread, lunch meat and a cheese, I make myself a salad. As a snack I have a low fat nutragrain bar.
Again, try to eat healthy. Any kind of meat, with a veg, potato or rice.
If you are craving something, eat it, otherwise this can lead to over eating again. You will eat a million things to replace what you really want and then you have just eaten a boat load of calories.
Things to watch out for:
Eating out, the bread, oil intake
Eating on the run, try and plan meals.
Cut back on stupid things to eat such as candy bars cookies, etc.
Also drink ALOT of water. This helps filter out the harmful stuff in our bodies.
Another thing: If you exercise at least 5 times a week, eat healthy, 5 days a week you can save almost 1,000 calories. But be careful of how you spend them or on the weekend. Try to be cautious of the weekend because this is how we can get out of control. You will have to exercise in order to burn fat and water weight.
Unfortunately, there is no magic pill for weight loss or a special meal. I suggest a great book about the 52 week diet plan from Reader Digest. They have great tips for dieting, but really the diet is just a life style change.
And last but not least, please try not to obsess about your weight...I know that I do obsess with mine a lot. But it comes with the fact I never want to get to be where I was 5 years ago unless I have a baby someday. I was about 30 lbs overweight. One of the keys of weight loss is to weigh yourself on a Monday (weigh only once a week). Monday is a good day because it is after the weekend. If we weigh ourselves Friday, and see good weight loss sometimes it encourages us to blow it over the weekend.
I am sure you look fine. If I were you just be more conscious of what you are eating. Take a walk, go jogging or even play a sport. This will motivate you for the summer.
I know I went overboard on your question, but I feel I have a lot of experience in this area. I have been doing this all of my life. I just know when the pounds are creeping up, I do something about it right away.
Good luck and don't worry about this too much.