1. admin

    I have. I find that I don’t need to eat for about two hours afterwords. I get the coffee boost in a good way. I’ve always had to wake up fast and get focused so I’m not sure I get more of a boost than I’ve always had from necessity lol. But I do understand how it’s good for the brain being an anti-inflammatory concoction. And it tastes delicious! Thanks for your comment!

  2. Nick

    When I was a kid, it seemed like there was a push for everything to be “fat-free”, but now I read lots of articles that explain how your body actually needs certain fats to function properly.

    I think I’ve heard about Bulletproof Coffee before. Some of the people who use it say it gives them an incredible boost in the morning and they are very sharp mentally. That seems to be consistent with the benefits you’ve mentioned. Have you tried using BP Coffee before?

  3. admin

    I know someone who also cannot use coconut oil and she uses only the grass fed butter. I do recommend “Fats That Heal Fats That Kill” by Udo Erasmus for further information. Tons of information. It sounds like you’ve researched well for yourself, that’s great.

  4. Funkydunc

    My blood type is not compatible with coconut anything – oil, milk, flesh, etc. So I can’t see how the combination of coconut oil and coffee will be of benefit to me.

    I think that since I eat a very healthy regime by eating according to my blood and genotype, many of the cholesterol and heart issues that people face are minimised.

    I found your article reasonably informative but didn’t grasp all the benefits of bulletproof coffee. Do you have any scientific or anecdotal evidence of the benefits?

    Thank you.

  5. admin

    Hi Alyssa! This bulletproof coffee whips up (I use a Nutribullet) rich and foamy. I use a few drops of Sweet Leaf (no solvents) Stevia, either Vanilla Cream or Butterscotch. Zero calories from that. I don’t count the calories from the butter or coconut oil because the fat will burn! And it’s my breakfast! I truly don’t get hungry for about 4-5 hours. Also I have lost three pounds this past month. Works for me!

  6. Alyssa

    I like the name bulletproof coffee. It makes me think that I’d be invincible throughout the day. I’m still learning about healthy oils and fats vs the non-healthy ones. If I understand correctly, this coffee has a lot of good oils in it. But, I’m concerned about calories and points…will this add a lot of calories to my breakfast if I drink it every day?
    What do people say about the taste compared to “normal” coffee?

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