Question for those in the know. I always though the most important thing to avoid on dukan was carbs. If this is the case, then I am really confused about yogurt. We are allowed very low fat or fat free dairy, however, the lower the fat, the higher the carbs when it comes to every yogurt that I looked at in the supermarket. The same applies to milk, the lower fat, the higher the carbs with skimmed milk having e highest carbs and double cream the lowest.
Does this mean that Dr Dukan considers fat to be more harmful than carbs? I know the Atkins diet is very similar to dukan although they choose high fat over carbs and from what I read, people still loose quickly, also with all the latest research into fats and sugars we are now being advised to choose full fat over sugar.