The Dukan Diet plan — claims dramatic results without requiring dieters to count calories or go hungry. Actually, the diet plan is so promising it might be fit for a future queen. Kate Middleton — who will marry Britain’s Prince William on April 29 — has lost so a lot weight, tabloids speculate she’s been shrinking not from pre-wedding jitters, but the Dukan Diet plan. Buckingham Palace denies the report.
Her mother, Carole Middleton, told a reporter she herself had lost weight on the Dukan Diet plan. The plan grew quietly in popularity in France until those comments. Now, it’s one of the world’s hottest diets and it is headed for the U.S.
Dukan’s bestselling book, The Dukan Diet, is becoming released across the U.S. and Canada on Tuesday. The creator of this hot new diet is really a mild-mannered French doctor who say’s it’s not a fad diet plan. The soft-spoken nutritionist stumbled onto the high-protein, quick weight loss strategy 35 years ago, but it took him decades to perfect his weight reduction strategy.
Similar to the Atkins diet, the Dukan plan allows dieters to eat meats but puts some limits on other kinds of food. The Dukan Diet plan is comprised of four phases.
The attack phase encourages speedy weight loss with nothing but lean protein and Dukan’s special ingredient, oat bran culled from the husks — not rolled oats or oatmeal.