Is stevia and other artificial sweeteners allowed on Attack PhaseTrouble finding oat bran!
I've heard conflicting answers on this topic of artificial sweetners on Phase 1. Also, having trouble finding oat bran..,.can I use something else?
You can use aspartame, sucralose (Splenda), Stevia or Xylitol whilst following the Dukan Diet and you should be able to find oat bran in your grocery store either in the cookery or cereal sections. If your grocery store doesn't stock oat bran you can try your local health food store or buy your oat bran online. Dr Dukan doesn't recommend any substitute for oat bran as there is no other food with the same health benefits.
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