To understand the benefits of bulletproof coffee, you need to learn about the particular fats that go into it.
Bulletproof Coffee Ingredients
This yummy and rich morning beverage (for a starter, you can drink decaf later) is made with organic single source (not mixed beans from multiple plantations), a special extract of coconut oil, and grass fed butter.
The oil in this offer is an extract of coconut oil and that process saves you from ingesting almost 20 tablespoons a day of coconut oil. Seriously that is how much you would need to get the amount of the medium chain triglyceride (that does not go through the liver for internal use) and is included in this kit for:
- mental clarity
- enhanced mood
Organic (solvent free) coconut oil is healthy too, but it’s about 50% long chain triglycerides which will need assimilating by the liver and will not give that quick a brain boost or the muscle energy you are seeking.
Grass fed butter is a 1:1 ratio of Omega 6 oil to Omega 3 oil. In stark contrast, commercial butter has a 9:1 ratio. When you get a predominance of omega 6 oil in the body, you have engendered an inflammatory condition. (There are exceptions for rare cases that are omega 6 oil deficient.)
The optimum ratio is 1:1 to 3:1.
Butter and flaxseed oil are the two that come anywhere close to that. Two examples of outrageous departure from this ideal is corn oil and cotton seed oil found in many grocery shelf salad oils — 72:1 and 234:1 respectively.
CLICK HERE TO SEE bulletproof coffee ingredients separately and in different sizes.
If you are sensitive to the salicylates in coconut oil, you can use the pasture fed butter instead.
Use of healthy and grass fed fats and saturated fats from plants at this time is a true one eighty from the vilification of these foods that went on for decades. To your health!
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