If you haven't heard of Bulletproof Coffee yet, you've surely been living under a rock...
People are putting butter and MCT oil in their morning coffee and swearing by the amazing results. Creator of the phenomenon, Dave Asprey, claims that drinking a fatty cup of joe instead of eating breakfast in the morning is a secret shortcut to boosting your energy and losing weight.
Still not convince... ››› more
So by now, you probably know that eating fat won't make you fat. In actual fact, there's a unique fat that can actually help keep you full and provide fuel to burn body fat: Medium-chain triglycerides AKA MCTs. If you know anything about coconut oil, you may have already heard about this beneficial kind of fat.
MCTs are a special form of saturated fat with antioxidant and antimicrobial properti... ››› more
Bulletproof coffee is a healthy upgrade for your regular cup of Joe. Healthy fats are blended and frothed into richly-brewed coffee, resulting in a cup of coffee satisfying enough to double as a morning meal!
While bulletproof coffee is pretty simple to make, it's important you keep these guidelines in mind to avoid mixing up a cup of java that lacks the qualities that a classic cup of bulletpr... ››› more
I hate hype. I'm not a sensationalist (if you scroll through my past headlines you'll see this). In fact, it's hype and sensationalism that turn me off from reading most magazines. So why did I write a headline like this one then, you ask? Well, because it's true!
MCT oil is one amazing concentrated fat. No, it doesn't come from some far away mountain range, procured by indigenous people with g... ››› more
Earlier this month I told you all about Dave Asprey and his genius invention, Bulletproof Coffee. Here's some exciting news: Mr Asprey has now created yet another weight loss beverage - it's called FATwater.
The bottled water, mixed with fat, a sweetener and some flavours, is meant to be an alternative to sugary coconut waters and energy drinks. And at just 20 calories a bottle, who wouldn't wa... ››› more
Are you a coffee devotee? If so, you've probably heard the term “bulletproof coffee” by now. Not? Well then let me fill you in…
It started off like this: A good few months ago, a friend of mine mentioned on Facebook that she was getting her day started with a good hot cup of “bulletproof coffee”. I was curious. I love a good cup of java, and I was wondering what made hers “bulletpro... ››› more
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