The Best Bulletproof Coffee with MCT Oil
Butter and oil in your coffee? Sure. A few sips of this piping hot keto coffee emulsion, and you’ll be ready to take on the world. Bulletproof – and delicious. Fill ‘er up! The Best Bulletproof Coffee with MCT Oil – You must try this recipe.
if you drink butter coffee or the so-called Bulletproof® coffee instead of having breakfast you might lose some weight. But you’d likely lose even more weight with a breakfast consisting of only black coffee
The main benefits of butter coffee are long-lasting satiety and energy, and possibly a feeling of mental clarity (due to ketones, and the caffeine).
The fat provides satiety and helps curb cravings. The amount of fat can be adjusted to your liking. It can be a good idea to start off with a small amount, lets say a teaspoon, of MCT oil and work your way up to a full tablespoon if you feel good doing so. Some people experience stomach problems if adding too much oil at once.
The fat together with the caffeine from the coffee will give you a boost of energy to start your day. If caffeine isn’t your thing, go ahead and try it with decaf. It won’t give you quite the same effect but you will still have a great-tasting and filling drink.
MCT oil can be ordered online, but if you don’t want to use it or can’t find it, try unflavored coconut oil instead.
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Erythritol carbs are not included in carb counts as it has been shown not to impact blood sugar. Net carbs are the total carbs minus fiber.
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