Apparently THIS Is Why You Should Be Placing Butter In Your Coffee Every Morning!

Butter was once vilified for being a large contributor to obesity rates and people’s ever expanding waistlines. Even just a year or two ago it was a major no-no for anyone who considered themselves to be health conscious or on a diet.

Now it’s all the rage and there’s a growing trend in which people are putting a spoonful of the fatty stuff in their morning coffee and calling it “Bulletproof” coffee. It now seems that butter is an acceptable, even healthy, replacement for standard coffee additives like cream and sugar.

This all may sound very strange, but once you learn why, it makes much more sense. First and foremost, even medical professionals and doctors say that drinking butter coffee is acceptable.

They only warn against it if you have high cholesterol levels and urge people to get a check up before they start downing the drink. Secondly, you absolutely must only use grass fed, unsalted butter. No other type will give you the same type of health benefits and without it your coffee is going to be worthless.

Grass fed butter is superior because it contains certain types of fats that actually help to regulate cholesterol levels rather than add to them. The omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acid ratio is ideal and can actually help reduce overall body fat.

It’s also comprised of the short-chain acid butyrate which has been linked to increased energy levels and the prevention of neurodegenerative diseases and heart disease because of it’s ant-inflammatory properties. Furthermore, grass fed butter not only provides your body and brain with healthy fats, it’s also an excellent source of vitamin k.

If bulletproof coffee now sounds slightly more appealing, here’s how you should prepare it. Melt one or two tablespoons of grass fed butter in your morning coffee plus a tablespoon of MCT oil and stir until well blended and frothy.

MCT oil is shorthand for “medium chain triglyceride” oil and its derived from the healthy fats naturally found in coconut oil. These help our bodies make ketones, which are things that are produced when the body makes energy from fat instead of carbohydrates.

Drinking one cup of enhanced coffee a day is supposed to be more of a meal replacement, rather than a type of supplement, and if used properly it can help you lose weight. Check out the accompanying video for much more interesting and informative details on the science behind the coffee and why it’s being called “bulletproof.”

You may just find it’s the right kind of change you’ve been needing to make in your diet.

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