The video below is taken from our 4th day on the attack phase. We enjoyed a cup of fat free frozen yogurt from Baskin and Robbins. Some websites say that it’s not allowed due to the amount of sugar (fake sugar even) however we still had dramatic weight loss and eating the yogurt didn’t hurt us. However if you are going to stick to a diet like this that asks you to eat non sugary foods then we suggest that you should have on hand something to satisfy those needs. Like for instant…. sugar free, fat free chocolate pudding! That’s the best.

A couple of things to know about days 2-4. We really felt tired during that week. I mean so exhausted I almost fell asleep standing on my feet at work! It was tough. I also had started my period and they say you should never trust the scales when you are on your monthly due to the bloating and water retention. But we both still dropped pounds dramatically and I totally suggest just drinking lots of water and getting plenty of rest however you can.

Enjoy the video below:

I also suggest maybe following this link example and buying your own ice cream maker so that you know exactly what ingredients you are eating: http://www.dukandietmeals.co.uk/recipes/attack-phase/homemade-frozen-yoghurt 

For more info about what we ate at Baskin Robbins:

Fat-Free Vanilla Frozen Yogurt

Fat-Free Vanilla Frozen Yogurt

 Fat-free? Yes. Flavor-free? Never! Deceive your taste buds with this creamy, fat-free, vanilla flavored frozen yogurt.

Made with Live & Active Cultures.

Ingredients:

Nonfat (Skim) Milk, Yogurt Base [Nonfat (Skim) Milk, Yogurt Culture*], Sugar, Corn Syrup, Stabilizer/Emulsifier Blend (Mono and Diglycerides, Locust Bean Gum, Cellulose Gum, Guar Gum, Food Starch, Carrageenan, Cellulose Gel), Natural and Artificial Flavor, Cream**, Artificial Color (Yellow 5, Yellow 6).*Contains Live Yogurt Cultures (Streptococcus Thermophilus, Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp. Bulgaricus). ** Adds a trivial amount of fat.

View Nutrition Facts for Fat-Free Vanilla Frozen Yogurt

And I think this is the website I saw reflected some of the yogurts we are allowed to have:
Here’s another about the dairy intake: