The pros and cons of Bulletproof Coffee The pros and cons of Bulletproof Coffee

The Pros and Cons of Bulletproof Coffee

There must be a reason why top CEOs, celebrities and professional athletes don't skip their Bulletproof Coffee every morning. Want to know more?

By  Redacción KOKO

It's not your regular latte, those you can buy in the cafeteria. Bulletproof coffee is a drink that promises, some say, to increase and maintain energy as well as improve cognitive skills so that you're invincible -or in other words, bulletproof.

Bulletproof coffee is a trademarked recipe created by Dave Asprey and uses specific types of coffee and butter. The regular DIY version is referred to as butter coffee.

Promoters recommend consuming butter coffee instead of your regular breakfast. The argument is that if you start the day with a bowl of cereal, granola, bread, or any high-carb breakfast, there will be spikes in your blood sugar. You'll have energy almost immediately, but by mid-morning, your blood sugar level will drop and you'll start to feel tired, distracted, and probably hungry. With Bulletproof or butter coffee, your hunger hormones are kept in balance and you will feel full until lunchtime.

We have selected some characteristics so that you can evaluate if it is your drink or not.

A fat secret

Ghee butter for the creamiest cup of coffee ever.

The secret of this famous recipe is the mixture of butter, MCT oil and coffee. Yes, butter!

Healthy fats will help you maintain energy for hours, balance hormones and activate cognitive functions. With the right butter, not only are you getting fatty acids and other nutrients, you'll also get the creamiest cup of coffee ever.

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Vegan or dairy-intolerant? Try our dairy-free version of the butter coffee.

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