I had the chance to speak with Simone Gloger today about the Dukan Diet. She’s their head nutritionist. Here’s some of what I learned.
What is the Dukan Diet?
The Dukan Diet is a physician-formulated lifestyle weight-loss plan consisting of 4 phases to reach and keep your True Weight for life. The diet discards counting calories, and instead focuses on lean protein, plentiful amounts of water, daily walking and allows unrestricted amounts of 100 healthy foods. This diet is a low carb diet that’s good for anyone needing to lose any amount of weight whether that be 10 pounds or 100 pounds. This diet is safe for those with gout, diet restrictions, gluten intolerant, or food allergies because the personalized approach they can tweak it to suit your situation.
Each person’s True Weight is unique and based on answers to a few short questions. Before beginning The Dukan Diet members calculate their True Weight – a realistic, healthy weight that can be reached and maintained for life- by
Members may find their True Weight and register for online Weight Loss Coaching at DukanDiet.com.
They have a shorter version that you can fill out to find out your true weight on their site without registering. Afterwards it tells you your true weight and estimates how long it will take you to obtain your true weight. I won’t reveal my weight vs. True Weight, but I think it was dead on and very realistic. It also told me it would take me 50 days to obtain true weight.
One of the main parts of the Dukan Diet is the personalized weight loss coaching. Coaches tailor their approach to each individual Dukan Diet profile and lifestyle, which is essential to long term success. Each day you will receive an email letting you know what you can eat that day and what exercises to do. Your Dukan Diet program is adjusted daily based on a short report you fill out on the previous day.
There is always a coach/nutritionist available to you as well. For example if you are traveling and going out to eat and you are unsure what you should pick to eat. You email the nutritionist and they will pick your meal for you.
Once you hit your true weight there is a plan set up for you to maintain true weight including 3 tbsp of oat bran a day.
One particurely interesting thing I learned was about shirataki noodles. You can basically eat as much as you want of them, because they are carb free. They were a little hard to find at the store, but I found them near refrigerated tofu products.
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