How Do You Take Your Coffee?
If starting your day doesn’t begin until you’ve had your morning cup of coffee, then you may be interested in hearing about a new way to boost your cup of joe.
Bulletproof coffee has been extremely popular among keto dieters and something many people in the health and wellness field are starting to add to their diet. So, what is it?
Bulletproof coffee was created by Dave Asprey. It’s coffee with butter, and MCT oil. The idea behind this is that diets such as the ketogenic diet have been known to support weight loss due to the high fat content and low carbohydrate intake. Those who drink bullet proof coffee regularly often claim that it gives them an energy boost and help to keep you focused throughout the day without that midafternoon energy crash.
When making bulletproof coffee, you will want to choose grass-fed organic butter to get the most benefit as it is best to stay away from conventional dairy products. Grass-fed butter is also known to contain more essential nutrients such as omega-3 fatty acids, and fat-soluble vitamins. The MCT oil claims to help suppress hunger, boost mental clarity, and support energy levels. Coffee also adds some health benefits as it is packed with antioxidants. Coffee also contains bioflavonoids which can help support brain functioning keeping you on your toes! If you like to exercise in the morning, a cup of bulletproof coffee beforehand can also help support physical endurance and help you burn fat by boosting your metabolism.
How to make it:
1 cup coffee
1 to 2 tablespoon grass-fed unsalted butter or grass-fed ghee
1 teaspoon to 2 tablespoons MCT oil or Brain Octane Oil
Add everything to a blender and blend 20-30 seconds until creamy! Want to add an additional health boost? Try adding cinnamon, turmeric, or ginger for an anti-inflammatory kick.
If you are looking for a way to change up your morning coffee routine, give bulletproof coffee a try. It may just be the creamiest, and best energy supporting way to start your day!
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