You are aware that we are basically an "anti fad diet" website, right?
We encourage weight loss through a healthy diet and exercise program, and discourage following fad diets.
I noticed in your blog you wrote:
People always talk about fad diets and say, “Well it worked for the first few days, but then after that I didn’t notice any results.” It seems like every diet works at the beginning. So my idea was to have a diet that consisted only of the beginnings of other diets. It’s the Fad-Diet Diet. Yes, I know, it’s ingenious. So that’s my plan. I’m going to try every fad diet I can uncover for a few days or a week each and then report on how they go. Fun, right? Well, I think it will be. Tomorrow will be the first day and the start of the first fad diet experiment.
The problem is that at the very beginning of the fad diet, you drop a lot of excess water weight. Once it's gone, then it's up to the body to burn fat or probably lean mass. By then the dieter has become impatient since the initial loss didn't continue, or they have become bored because these diets are so restrictive and they went off the plan and probably regained quickly. Jumping from one fad diet to the next just to try to grasp that initial loss of water weight doesn't make sense. The end result will be the same. If the calories are low then you will continue to lose weight, but if they are too low then you'll lose more than fat. Since most fad diets are not nutritionally balanced, then you aren't doing yourself any favors. Why try a fad diet at all? Why not try a diet that really DOES work while still nutritionally sound and isn't a fad, such as Weight Watchers? If you want to diet-hop to try them, maybe try some reasonable diets such as Volumetrics, WW, or diets promoted based on their health benefits.
I know you didn't ask for opinions but it really sounds dangerous. It might initially sound fun, but with the many bad experiences that we've witnessed, it sounds anything but