Well here is what to expect :
It’s a double edged blade because your gonna work harder but be calorie deficient which means you’ll have to work through fatigue and exhaustion at times. I recommend you do have carbs in the morning and or consider purchasing HRX - so you can maintain some lean body mass and it also will pick you up.
Beyond that Spike will give you energy boosts and help you focus.
Beyond that post workout Surge + Power Drive to help you recover so you can keep at it day in and day out.
Just expect that it’ll be a battle of willpower as you’ll hunger mighty hard. So stick to complex carbs, try to drink lots of water throughout the day, not 1 gallon in one sitting. spread it out hydrate every 20-30 minutes it’ll help you feel less hungry and more full.
Hmm I guess this is pretty simple stuff that you probably know but I hope maybe this helps. Good luck. Oh and initially you’ll experience a large amount of fat-loss but it’ll get harder overtime as you lose more muscle, your energy depletes overtime, and fatigue sets in. You may find that it may take 1-2 weeks before you will start being able not to desire certain foods or feeding yourself properly or longer.
So it’s a you vs you issue and a lot of it will be mental o.O
I do recommend a cheat-day of healthy food once a week, eat all the healthy food you can ( haha sounds odd telling someone to pour on the healthy food instead of pizza burgers ) Grab a shitload of chicken breast vegetables fruits and just guzzle it down.
The only other supplement I would recommend is Flameout.
Also you’ll definately want to get your sleep in, because you’ll definately need more of it with what you plan to do/are doing…
Good luck! Oh and take pics so you can show your kids what you looked like before, if this is a long term deal then you probably won’t get to that size again! Memories are good.