What should and shouldn’t you eat in the Dukan diet

At each of the phases of the Dukan diet mentioned above, there are foods that you can eat and some that you should avoid.

Here is a list of foods you can eat at any stage:

In phase 1 the menu is based mainly on high protein foods: red meat, chicken, all kinds of fish, eggs, low fat dairy products such as milk, yogurt, cottage and the like, tofu, oatmeal, lemon juice and sour cucumber.
Additionally, make sure you drink at least 0.4 us gallon of water daily.

In phase 2 of the Dukan Diet, dieters are required to stick to 2 menus in 2-day cycles, which means one day eating foods according to step 1’s menu and the other day they can add the following vegetables: lettuce, spinach, pepper, cabbage, artichoke, celery, cucumbers, Tomatoes, green beans, mushrooms, pumpkin, onions and carrots. You must eat vegetables that are on this list and do not exceed it.

In phase 3 of the diet, combine the menus of Step 1 and Step 2 and in addition you can add the following,
One fruit a day from the following fruits: melon, blueberry, pear, orange, peach, apple, kiwi or apricot.
One slice of hard cheese.
A small plate of pasta, corn, rice or potatoes.
2 slices of whole grain bread. You can spread some butter over.
2 meals a week which include an appetizer, a main course, dessert and a glass of wine.
Choose one day of the week during which you should eat a high-protein meal that will only include foods from the Step 1 menu.

In phase 4 the thing is to save the results obtained in the previous three steps. Generally speaking, Everything is allowed to be eaten, but subject to the following rules:
Make The Step 3 menu , your base menu.
Make one day of your week as a high-protein meals day.
Eat as much oats as you can on your meals.
Be Active, Make sure the body is not static and move it as much as possible, for example by going down / up stairs, walking during the day and exercising.

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