Adding organic coconut oil or organic grass fed butter to your coffee will supercharge it and provide many benefits to you including, but not limited to:
• Improving your heart health.
• Boosting your thyroid.
• Increasing your metabolism.
• Supporting your immune system.
• Promoting a lean body and weight loss. (which can dramatically reduce your risk of developing Type 2 diabetes )
• Improves your immune system (contains antibacterial and antiviral properties)
• Improves skin and hair health
Saturated fats are good for you and required in your diet to live. (Its the unsaturated fats that you want to avoid!) Coconut Oil is one of the very best to consume and great for your heart health and longevity. Extra Virgin Oil Oil is also great for you, but would probably taste a bit strange in your coffee. But experiment and tell me! 😉
Coconut oil even benefits your skin when applied topically and has been found to have anti-aging, regenerative effects.
*Note the Aerolatte actually kicks@ss at foaming the milk really well if you add more milk or cream and do it right. I wasn’t trying to make foam in this video. I only intended on blending the coconut oil up a bit and mixing things together.
Recipe: How to Make Your Coffee Bulletproof…And Your Morning Too
When I tell friends (and pretty much anyone who asks) that I eat half my calories from healthy fats, one of the most common questions after “Why?” is “How?”
I start the average day with a cup of Bulletproof coffee. I learned about the power of butter at 18,000 feet elevation near Mt. Kailash in Tibet when I staggered into a guest house from the -10 degree weather and was literally rejuvenated by a creamy cup of yak butter tea.
It was John Patrick Henry’s 2nd cousin’s boyfriend Juan Valdez who said, “Give me high-end coffee or give me death.” That’s because toxins in cheap coffee (Starbucks included) will steal your mental edge and actually make you weak, but clean coffee actually fights cancer and provides antioxidants.
So I buy the best coffee there is, brew it, and then I blend unsalted grass-fed butter into it. Yes, butter. All the benefits of healthy milk fat with none of the damaging denatured casein proteins found in cream. It makes for the creamiest, most satisfying cup of coffee you’ve ever had. It will keep you satisfied with level energy for 6 hours if you need it. And because I’m having it for breakfast, I’m programming my body to burn fat for energy all day long!
- Start with 500 ml (2 mugs) of black coffee brewed with mold-free beans(important)
- Add 2 Tbs (or more, I prefer 80 grams, about 2/3 of a standard stick of butter) of Kerry Gold or other UNSALTED grass-fed butter
- 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’s really fast and easy to prepare. Allow me to stat that salted coffee is a crime. Do not do this with salted butter. Bleah.
Kerrygold butter or another grass-fed brand of butter really matters because corn or soy-fed cows don’t make butter with the same fats. Those butters don’t blend well, don’t taste good, and don’t make you feel Bulletproof.
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.
If you’re like most of my friends who try this, your body is so starved for healthy fats that you feel like you can’t get enough. It will take your body a week or so to fully turn on its fat digestion systems when you switch to a high healthy fat breakfast of Bulletproof coffee. If at first it is a little too rich, try using less butter at first and build up to the amount you like. Taking a betaine HCl or digestive enzyme supplement with your coffee will also help your body digest the butter.
Try this. After one drink of Bulletproof coffee, you’ll never be tempted to eat fat-free, insulin-raising, fat-storing toast and oatmeal breakfasts again!