From what I've heard they seem to be unhappy with his suggestion that medical students should get their weight under control before they go around telling other people how to be healthy. Seems logical to me, actually. My overweight, chain-smoking doctor was very hesitant to tell me to lose weight, even though I was in the obese category bmi wise. They also seem to have a problem with his making a lot of money. Sour grapes?
Can you imagine if every Dr. who made their practice a lucrative business had their license taken away?! Also, if you don't think the "diet" is good then don't do it..he didn't twist anyones arm...all I know is that it is doable and works for me so I am a happy eater!
The things they are charging him with in this article just don't sound that bad to me. Their system must be so different from ours -- if that's socialized medicine, I sure don't want it!
The Dukan Diet is just one of many options, and the Cruise Phase is only meant for a limited time of weight loss, not a permanent way of life. It has worked for me -- everyone can make up their own mind and choose what is best for them!
Hi Dukanners! I was very sad to see this: www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-1751 61 03 Is this just a witch-hunt instigated by colleagues jealous of Dr Dukan's success? I hope it ends well as Dr D has helped so many here.
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