Tuesday, March 15, 2011

My Nutritional Plan - aka Foreign Cack Policy

I have finally got down to writing my nutritional plan, a.k.a. my foreign cack policy (FCP). It has gone through a few iterations at work when they point out most of the stuff I have would be excluded and is likely to require a few more updates.

Any nutritional changes or exercise you should contact a medical professional. I have had years of practice of this nutrition and a few years at a level of exercise to be able to support this highly specialised nutritional plan.

My Nutritional Plan - aka Foreign Cack Policy (as of 18/06/2011)

All other regular food not specified in the FCP is allowed by default.

However may yet included on the banned or exception list after its proper nutritional classification within the policy has been defined.

Banned List
Salad (a.k.a. Rabbit Food), even Mr T ain't eating no weeds, fool.
Anything Green
Vegetables
Fruit
Coffee
Nuts
Seafood

Exceptions to the Banned List
Potatoes, including Sweet Potatoes
Peas
Carrots
Parsnips (only if roasted)
Banana
Orange (juice, mandarin , jaffa cake or Terry's Chocolate Orange)
Raisins
Cranberries
Pineapple
Nutmeg (as used on Egg Custards or in some Rice Puddings)
Mint
Sage
Meat-free products (except those with banned vegetables in them)
Tea (including Green Tea)
Fish Cakes

Some banned substances may be acceptable, only if cut small enough to be indistinguishable at first sight or part of meal that counter balances it, e.g. a curry that has some onions in it or onions in sage & onion stuffing.

Key Foods
Chips (not French Fries)
Cakes
Tea
Pepsi Max
Pasta
Isotonic Sports Drinks and Gels
Chocolate
Curry

Geographic Restrictions

Only products that are original from or made in the following areas, should be used to minimise the potential risk of any specified or unspecified banned food/drinks being consumed. However the Key Foods are exempt from this geographic restriction.

Europe (the continent and not the EU or EEC)
British Commonwealth
Current Countries that had all or part their geographic boundaries that was part of the British Empire.


British Empire

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