What is stagnation: simply that your weight gets stuck at a certain point and won’t seem to budge (below of course!) that weight. Dr Dukan writes about this in his book.
Recently I stayed on 65 kilos no matter what I did. Well, that’s not true but even a couple of pure protein days didn’t seem to do the trick.
My solution was to increase my aerobic exercise at the gym. I continued to walk in the mornings (40 minutes before breakfast). I still walked to my yoga classes (another 40 minutes all up) but I also added 10 minutes on a walking machine of two minutes at normal pace, one minute at high rate interval training.
It did the trick. After three days of the additional aerobic workout, I weighed in at 62.6 kilos.
Your solution may be different but sometimes it’s a matter of adding something or subtracting something: a bit more exercise or a bit less food intake.
Remember: it’s vital to drink at least 1.5 litres of water – can be tea or coffee that helps make up the total but I try to drink my water straight unless it has a splash of vodka in it!
Read about what you can eat in the Attack phase which will normally get your weight moving in the right direction.