The Dukan Diet : Toughing Out the First 10 Days – David Bale

The Dukan Diet : Toughing Out the First 10 Days

What is The Dukan Diet? The Dukan Diet (also called the Dukan method) is considered a high-protein diet that involves eating as much food as desired from an approved list while following a schedule for these foods. Only protein is allowed in the early phase with addition of low starch vegetables in the second phase. These phases are followed until the dieter reaches their ideal weight. This diet is made to follow the eating style of primitive man back when humans were hunters/gatherers. The key to this diet is that it isn’t about counting calories, instead, it is using protein as a weight-loss powerhouse. Protein is filling and takes time to digest. This diet is named after its creator, Dr. Pierre Dukan. Dr. Dukan is a French medical doctor and has spent his career helping people lose weight, as he has specialized in nutrition since 1973. Making the Dukan Diet Work For You The Dukan Diet is a fairly simple diet compared to others that include a step program (like the Atkins Diet and the South Beach Diet) and overly restrictive diets. There are many foods to stay away from because they contain wheat, but dieters can eat nearly anything else. Some foods are recommended to eat in moderation, such as dark chocolate and dairy products, but protein from lean meats and vegetables are allowed in unlimited quantities. Soon after beginning the diet you may experience the withdrawal effect, which resembles the flu. This is normal and it’s how your body releases the built up toxins. It’s a good sign and usually lasts two to five days, but may vary depending on the person. 10 Days Later…. The first ten days will be a test of willpower so one needs to avoid anything that will cause them to be unable to resist certain foods. Going out to eat may be a challenge or going out with friends. Focus on getting through the Attack Phase first, then focus on Cruise for a good weight loss plan. It is possible to go out to eat, but with the large food restrictions, it is better to eat at home. Alcohol is also completely prohibited while on the early phases of this diet so there cannot be any alcohol consumption at all. Key Sections of the Book The Benefits Tips For Success In The First 10 Days Things To Avoid In The First 10 Days Download Your Copy Today! Tags: Dukan Diet, Dukan Diet plan, Dukan diet cookbook

Author: David Bale
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