How to BulletProof Your Coffee
Coffee beans grow on trees in 70 countries, it is one of the most traded commodities in the world. The problem with coffee these days is, its all refined and processed and topped with nasty artificial sweeteners that decrease your energy and leave you feeling less human than you should.
In accordance with living a simple, more purist life, I have decided to try this recipe from bulletproofexec.com (awesome website). Why drink coffee, then turn to a bottle of NOS when the coffee has run out? It doesn’t make much sense, nutritionally, economically or socially.
So, spend the extra 20 dollars if you have it, invest in a good bag of cofee, some organic, unsalted grass-fed butter, and turn your body into a caffiene machine.
Follow these directions to drink coffee the way it was meant to be drunk, and feel alive with max energy. Drink this, and eat nothing else for breakfast, and tell us how you feel. We bet you feel awesome.
Add 2 Tbs (or more, up to 80 grams, about 2/3 of a standard stick of butter) of Kerry Gold or other UNSALTED grass-fed butter
(optional) Add 30 grams of MCT oil for max energy, weight loss and brain function (optional if you have none)
Blend with a pre-heated hand blender, Magic Bullet, or (best) counter top blender until there is a creamy head of foam. (It doesn’t work well if
Make sure to buy unsalted butter, salted butter is a crime according to bulletproofexec.com (where this recipe is from)!
Grass-fed butter is much healthier than other butter. It doesn’t make cholesterol levels worse, it optimizes them! Starting your day with grass-fed butter will give you lots of energy and it will give your body healthy fats that it will use to make cell walls and hormones.
Try this just once, with only 2 Tbs of butter, and have nothing else for breakfast. You will experience one of the best mornings of your life, with boundless energy and focus. It’s amazing.
After one drink of Bulletproof coffee, you’ll never be tempted to eat fat-free, insulin-raising, fat-storing toast and oatmeal breakfasts again!