Where to Buy Oat Bran for Dukan Diet?

If you are looking for the answer to this question you might first want to read my post “What Kind of Oat Bran is Used in the Dukan Diet?”

At the moment the “exceptional type of oat bran” recommended by Dr Dukan, which has been milled and sifted to his specifications, is only available in his on-line Dukan Diet Shops in the United Kingdom, France, Spain and the Netherlands. So if you aren’t in Europe in one of these four countries there is no specific brand of oat bran recommended by the Dukan Diet. This means that you can eat any brand of oat bran provided “the contents of the box say 100% oat bran (and not steel cut or rolled oats)” but Dr Dukan is hoping to be able to make his trademarked M2bisB6 oat bran available in the US soon.

You can find oat bran in almost any supermarket or health food store or you can of course buy on-line at Amazon.com.

If you are looking for some ideas on how to use oat bran in the Attack Phase of the Dukan Diet take a look at my post “How can I eat oat bran on the Dukan Diet?”

21 Responses to “Where to Buy Oat Bran for Dukan Diet?”

  • Christina on March 20, 2015

    I would like to ask something ,i will be in London for two weeks and i would like to know in which supermarkets there could i find dukan products???

    Thank you!

    • Amber on March 21, 2015

      Hi Christina

      Sorry I’m not aware of any UK supermarkets that sell Dr Dukan’s products. These are normally bought online.

      Kind regards


      • Ameena on January 6, 2018

        In Jordan, we don’t have access to any bran, or mail services. Strange but true. What should I do?

        • Amber on January 8, 2018

          Hi Ameena

          Don’t worry if oyu can’t get oat bran – just leave it out:0

          Kind regards


  • yondela on October 20, 2014

    im in Sa and i cant finf this oat bran ,what can i use instead?

    • Amber on October 22, 2014

      Hi Yondela

      There is no approved substitute for oat bran. If you can’t find it you leave it out.

      Kind regards


  • Mary on January 16, 2014

    I live in South Africa and obviously can’t get the recommended oat bran here. Could I use Tony Fergusons Dietary Fibre? The ingredients are psyllium husk, oat bran, oat fibre, slippery elm and red clover. The nutritional information is 15.4 g carbs per 100 g or 1.2 g per 8 g serving.

    • Amber on January 16, 2014

      Hi Mary

      This isn’t an approved food but I can see that it has the potential to help with constipation. If you don’t mind bending the rules a little you could try using the product and see how it goes.

      Best wishes


  • david on January 5, 2014

    FYI–ANYONE IN TAIWAN LOOKING FOR OAT BRAN…The only place that sells it is JASONS MARKET PLACE…Stores in Tapiei at 101 and QSUARE…

    • Amber on January 5, 2014

      Thanks for sharing this info.


    • Josh Myers on February 10, 2015

      Ah thank you for that. I usually buy it at Dandy Pack in Taichung but they’re out of stock

  • Elma on July 5, 2013

    I’ve been able to find the cheapest options online on a site called “iherb”. They also have a Dukan section with some approved foods, but I’ve never tried the Dukan brand items.

  • Sophie on April 8, 2013

    I have pasted a link above. Is Mornflake an acceptable Oatbran product for Dukaning?

    • Amber on April 8, 2013

      Hi Sophie

      This is the brand I use.

      Best wishes


  • Sue on January 29, 2012

    Hi can you use Chia Seeds on the attack phase diet?

    • Amber on January 29, 2012

      Hi Sue

      Sorry Chia seeds are not on the approved list of foods in either of the weight loss phases of the Dukan Diet. If you have a real problem with constipation you can have a tablespoon of flax seeds/linseed seeds a day but this can cause stagnation.

      Kind regards


  • Kate on June 25, 2011

    Trader Joe’s carries a great oat bran, and it’s inexpensive too!

    • Amber on June 25, 2011

      Thanks for this useful tip Kate


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