Bulletproof coffee could be the new diet elixir for you

The new breakfast diet that is taking the world by storm sounds a bit more dramatic than it is: Bulletproof coffee.
As with all new dieting fads, it has been met with some scepticism, but you will have to try it out and decide for yourself.
Bulletproof coffee is made from at least 1-2 tablespoons of unsalted grass fed butter (yes, butter) and 1-2 tablespoons of MCT oil blended into one cup of hot coffee brewed from low-toxin beans.
This mixture should give you a coffee with a layer of foam on top, like a latte.
It is claimed that this coffee, drunk at or instead of breakfast, will give you a boost in energy and a mental edge for the day.
This drink is the brainchild of Dave Asprey, after he was supposedly rejuvenated high up in the Tibetan mountains by a cup of yak butter tea. He developed the benefits of this drink ingredient and developed it into a coffee that people can make at home.
The website says that the drink is drunk by, “Billboard recording artists before they go on stage, world champion athletes, and some of the world’s top executives, because it has a massive impact on cognitive function.”
It is said that the butter gives all the healthy fats the body needs by providing, “All the benefits of healthy milk fat with none of the denatured casein proteins found in cream,” according to the website.
Whether or not the coffee has all these benefits remains to be seen. Try it out, but make sure you are still eating a healthy and balanced diet.

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