A long time ago I used to do ( and am SO needing to do again!) the Scarsdale Diet, basically you don't eat a lot of carbs - or in my case apsweets and chocolate. It says you can lose a pound a day - I didn't but I lost steadily. Somehow or another I just can't get myself back into that zone to be able to do it again.
The diet was fine for me because I actually liked everything on it, to be honest it was pretty much like my normal diet minus the many 'treats' that had taken over. You start the day with half a grapefruit and a slice of protein bread - or in my case wholemeal because I don't have a source of protein bread.
Then you have a lot of salad and vegetables, there isn't much fruit from what I can remember which is a shame because I like fruit but I got on well with it and never felt hungry. I wouldn't say it is a low calorie diet, seemed more like good calories to me. You can eat a lot of what you can eat, there's Just no junk food, not a lot of fat and definitely no fruit and nut chocolate.
You do one part for two weeks (?)I think then go on to another part for another couple of weeks and you can repeat those weeks until you get where you want to be. I bought my ancient copy of the book second hand from Amazon but you might be able to find the diet sheet if you look on Google. You are supposed to eat everything in the given order but I altered a couple of my days to suit how I wanted to shop.
((( hugs)))) as someone who has out on loads of weight and really needs to lose it ( I know, I need to follow my own advice) I know how fed up you are feeling, try not to worry, just try to keep going until you get to the weight you want to be. Its hard though when you aren't losing in spite of all your efforts.
Like grey says don't take those pills they wont work, the only thing they make lighter is your wallet and they could make you very, very ill into the bargain.