Broccoli in Dukan Diet

March 12, 2012

There are no quantity restrictions regarding the use of broccoli in the Dukan Diet, thus you can eat as much broccoli as you want. In any form you like. As to cooking methods, steaming without salt let broccoli retain most of its valuable vitamins and minerals. You can also eat it raw if you like, […]

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Beetroot in Dukan Diet

March 12, 2012

It is recommended that you don’t eat too much roots of beet during the Cruise Phase because of relatively high contents of sugar. This, however, doesn’t apply to green leafy portion of young red beet, which is not only edible but also very delicious (similar to spinach in taste & texture) and contains 8 times […]

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Aubergine in Dukan Diet

March 11, 2012

Aubergine (aka eggplant, melongene, brinjal or guinea squash) — one of the few vegetables that does great on the BBQ! Some say it is an aphrodisiac. Some grow it as a pot flower. How can you make use of it in the Dukan Diet?

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Asparagus in Dukan Diet

March 11, 2012

Its wealth of nutrients, fiber and very low sodium and calorie content make asparagus a nutritionally wise choice for today’s health-conscious consumer.

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Artichoke in Dukan Diet

March 11, 2012
Artichoke

To eat an artichoke you will need to remove most of its stem and cut away its scale and thorns. Sounds challenging but it is worth trying. Odd-looking artichoke is rich in dietary fiber, protein and it is a mine of valuable antioxidants.

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Seaweed in Dukan Diet

December 29, 2011

Marine algae commonly referred to as (edible) seaweed can become a valuable addition to your Dukan Diet menu. If chosen wisely, seaweed can add variety to your meals without doing any harm to you diet. That said, pay attention to the nutrition values of the seaweed you use. Some kinds of edible marine algae are […]

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Phase I: Attack Duration and Expected Weight Loss

December 27, 2011

According to Dukan, “to succeed” is the most important goal to achieve at the very beginning of his diet. This means the first few days on the Dukan Diet are to be backed up with a good plan that can be carried out with precision. Since the food list is already in place, we don’t […]

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4 key elements of the Dukan Diet

December 26, 2011

All the below-mentioned elements of the Dukan’s method fit together into a harmonious whole. You can’t expect long-lasting results when you treat the plan selectively. Get through all four stages or don’t start the diet at all. If you decide on going the whole way you will be able to benefit from the unique qualities […]

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Phase I: Attack Menu in Detail

December 16, 2011

The Dukan Diet plan can be executed in many different ways depending on many factors (such as: you basal weight, your goal, your age, you medical condition, your genetic predisposition towards obesity etc.) Nevertheless, the Dukan Diet always starts with the Attack Phase that is based on a strict protein menu. The Attack Phase is […]

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Extended Food List: Meat

December 6, 2011

Beef in Dukan Diet According to many sources beef is an excellent source of complete protein, zinc, selenium, phosphorus and vitamin B12. Moreover, it is high in choline, niacin, vitamin B6, iron and riboflavin. In general, beef is considered lean and nutritious. It makes it a perfect kind of meat as far as the Dukan […]

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Phase II: Cruise

November 26, 2011
Thumbnail Chart of Weight Loss in Phase II

The Dukan Diet Cruise Phase is in fact a combination of two sub-phases. One, that in terms of the menu, is almost identical to the Attack Phase and the other that broadens the list of the allowed foods by including the remaining 28 vegetables from the 100 dukan diet safe products list. The key rule […]

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Vegetables in Dukan Diet Attack Phase

November 8, 2011

Phase I is about limiting food to just protein. The ultimate sources for this nutrient are foods of animal origin so there isn’t much place for vegetables here. Nonetheless, eating dairy, meat or fish can, and should be, varied. There is a number of vegetables that, if used as condiments, will add variety to the […]

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