What You Can & Can’t Have Whilst On Plan

Beatrice J. Doty

What You Can & Can’t Have Whilst On Plan

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Everyone hates being told what they can and can’t have, we get that. But if you’ve decided to take your health seriously and you want to be successful, then there are some foods and drinks that we recommend you avoid for at least the first 12 weeks on the New You total food replacement Plan.

The idea of a total food replacement diet is to shift your body into ketosis so that it burns fat for energy instead of carbohydrates. Whilst this is a perfectly normal process for your body, there are a few things that could prevent ketosis from happening. So to help you out, we wanted to arm you with all the information you need to make your transformation successful. We’ve done this by revising our list of all the things you can and can’t have, below.Let’s start with the can’t haves, and get them out of the way!

 

 

What to avoid

Condiments

  • Salt
  • Any herbs and spices that have salt added
  • Vinegar
  • Sauces

Fresh fruit & vegetables

  • All fruits
  • All vegetables
  • Lemon added to water

 

Confection

  • All confection
  • Regular or sugar-free chewing gum
  • Mints

Teas

  • Teas from a fruit or flower

Sweeteners

Drinks

  • Alcoholic drinks
  • Flavoured water
  • Tonic water
  • Fizzy drinks/diet drinks due to the citric acid content
  • Cordial juice

Gelatine

Medicine, vitamins, oral health

  • Liquid mouth wash (with the exception of Listerine Original mouthwash)
  • Liquid vitamins
  • Berocca
  • Soluble pain killers
  • Gel pain killers

If you are ever unsure about what you can or cannot have or you come across something that is not on the list, please contact [email protected] who will be happy help.

The good news…

What you can have!

Dried herbs & spices

Experiment in creating a taste sensation with Cayenne, pepper, cinnamon, turmeric, garlic powder or granules, ginger, black pepper, chilli powder, cumin, basil, curry powder, coriander, mixed herbs, onion granules, chives, paprika, rosemary, oregano, parsley, sage, tarragon, thyme, or peppermint mint leaves.

 

Fresh herbs & spices

If you fancy packing a punch with some fresh flavours then you can try coriander, parsley, dill, chilli, rosemary, chives, thyme, tarragon, basil, oregano, sage, or mint.

Oils

Sometimes you need a little something to cook with. It’s ok to use 1 cal oils spray – vegetable oil or sunflower oil.

Fizzy drinks

Although we covered these in the can’t have section, you can in fact have 1 can of Coke Zero or Dr Pepper Zero per week.

Water

Obviously tap water is the best! When out and about, there are lots of water’s with additives out there, but you are safe with mineral water or if you fancy some fizz, plain soda water or sparkling water are allowed.

Breath freshener

Need to freshen up? Listerine Original Breath Strips can be your go-to.

Milk

We know a cuppa might not hit the spot without some milk! So you’ll be happy to know that you can have 250mls of either skimmed milk, coconut milk, almond milk, hemp milk or soya milk per day.

 

 

Tea & coffee

Most of us start the day with a hot drink, so be comforted to know that you can still have:

  • Tea – from a leaf
  • Green teas – only from a leaf and root
  • Black coffee
  • Beanies Coffee – any flavour

Sweeteners

Tablet form sweeteners are ok by us.

Medicines & vitamins

Feeling ill sucks, but we’re sure it will make you feel better just to know there are some relief medicines that you can dose up on.

  • Cold relief tablets – please contact Support to check the brand is ok to take with the plan
  • Multivitamins – tablet form only and not flavoured
  • Fibre gel – unflavoured
  • Senokot/Dulcolax tablets, Benefibre or Psyllium Husk
  • Painkillers in tablet form only
  • Sugar-free Rennies

Savoury hot drinks

If you don’t fancy something hot and sweet to drink then you can always indulge in:

  • Swiss Marigold Vegetable Boullion – up to 2 mugs per day
  • Swiss Marigold Vegan REDUCED SALT Vegetable Boullion

Gelatine

Ideal for making your own New You jellies! Powdered or leaf is the best.

Chewing gum

If it’s something you like to have then we recommend you choose:

  • Xylitol All Natural Xylitol Gum – Spearmint
  • Peppersmith Spearmint Dental Chewing Gum

 

 We hope that has given you some ideas moving forward. We appreciate that a total food replacement plan can be restrictive, but it has to be, to get you the results you want. But with all the delicious products available on the New You Plan, there is very little chance that you will feel like your missing out on your favourite foods.

Again, if you are ever unsure about what you can or cannot have or you come across something that is not on the list, please contact [email protected] who will be happy to help you out.
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