Attack day 1 menu

Discussion in 'Dukan Diet' started by pos bird, 9 April 2014 Social URL.

  1. pos bird

    pos bird Well-Known Member

    Hi all. Just want to check with experience that today's food is ok. I think I may have over done rhe skimmed milk. Is there a limit.

    Breakfast - ham omlette. (1 egg, 3 whites)

    Snack - 2x skinless chicken drum stick

    Lunch - seasoned chicken breast (was busy clearing out garage)

    Tea - smoked salmon omlett ( 1egg, 3 whites)

    Snack - fat free greek yogurt with 1 tbsp oat bran

    Drinks - 3 cans pepsi max, 2 tea with milk, Starbucks skinny latte with sugar free syrup small, 2 litres water, large green tea

    Many thanks
    Last edited: 10 April 2014
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  3. Supertonic

    Supertonic Well-Known Member

    And lots of water?! Looks ok, hope goes ok
  4. Bonkers

    Bonkers Well-Known Member

    Food looks good ... but on attack its 1.5 tbsp oat bran (was that a typo?).

    Skimmed milk - in the beginning dairy did not affect my loss at all. Now I have cut it out completely (as have stalled for 2 weeks) to see if my daily cappuccinos were the culprit!

    The good doc says no more than a kg of dairy daily. If you feel its stalling your loss you may need to revisit - otherwise enjoy :D
  5. pos bird

    pos bird Well-Known Member

    Thank you. Will up my oat bran. Had a none stop day yesterday and when settled on the night really fancied a diet pepsi and vodka. I will not weaken but it was not easy saying no . lol
  6. scooter

    scooter Well-Known Member

    Syrup is a no no!!! Sugar free or not !! Sorry :-(
  7. pos bird

    pos bird Well-Known Member

    Oh no. That was my one treat. Would have one of those rather then chocolate or crisps. Thank you anyway.

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  8. Its Tessa

    Its Tessa Well-Known Member

    Why is sugar free syrup a no no?
  9. Paulinegin

    Paulinegin Well-Known Member

    Because it's not on the list of allowed foods.

    P x

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