Dukan Diet Food List: 32 Vegetables



Other Foods Allowed in Dukan Diet



Oat Bran, the hard outer husk of an oat grain, is rich in dietary fiber, nutrition and minerals. Dukan diet emphasizes on daily consumption of oat bran so as to add more fiber to this high protein diet. This dietary fiber helps much in easing the constipation problem faced by dieters, especially during Pure Protein phase where no vegetables are allowed.
The Dukan diet has a fixed consumption amount of oat bran for different phases. During attack phase, the daily allowance is only 1 1/2 tablespoons. For cruise and consolidation phases, you can have 2 tablespoons daily. When you are in the stabilization phase, you can increase to 3 tablespoons a day.

Shirataki is a type of Japanese noodles made from Konjac yam (the root of an Asian plant). It is rich in water-soluble dietary fiber (glucomannan) which helps in stimulating intestinal transit, but very low in carbohydrate as well as calorie. You are allowed to have unlimited amount of this noodle starting from Attack phase. Besides shirataki, you can also use other products made from Konjac (e.g. flour, jelly powder, Konjac rice) for cooking.

Olive Oil, which is rich in omega 3 fatty acids, polyphenols and vitamin E, is allowed starting from the Cruise phase. However, you have to limit the consumption amount to 1 teaspoon per day.


Goji Berries (or wolfberries) are rich in antioxidants, particularly carotenoids. You are allowed to have limited amount of these berries starting from the Attack phase. For Pure Protein days, you can have 1 tablespoon a day. For Proteins and Vegetables days, you can increase to 2 tablespoons.

Sugar-free gelatin is allowed as dessert (e.g. Jell-O, Royal, Great Value, Meijer).

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