Bulletproof Coffee: The Vegan Version

Bulletproof Coffee Without Butter

The benefits of eating vegan are numerous. However, there are some things that might not be so obvious. One such thing is the fact that it’s possible to consume foods containing animal products while still being healthy and living a long life.

For example, many studies have shown that consuming eggs or milk may increase your risk of developing cancer. On the other hand, research shows that drinking green tea can actually lower your chances of getting diabetes! There are many other health benefits associated with avoiding animal products.

However, if you’re looking for something a little different than what most vegans eat, then there is one food product that will do the trick: Bulletproof Coffee. This drink contains no added sugar or any other sweeteners whatsoever; instead it consists of just two ingredients: coffee and coconut oil.

So far, so good right?

Well, here’s where things get interesting…

What Is Coconut Oil?

Coconut oil is found in all kinds of tropical fruits like mangos, pineapples, papayas, and even coconuts. When you boil coconut water (which is basically pure coconut water), the resulting liquid is called coconut milk. Coconut oil comes from the fruit itself and can be obtained either through a sustainable source or via industrial processes. Industrial sources include using palm trees to produce oil for candles or using chemical solvents to extract it from tree bark.

Sustainable coconut oil involves using a manual press that squeezes the oil out of the fruit. This process is called Copra, and it has the added benefit of producing copra cake, a fertilizer that can help coconut trees grow even stronger.

What’s So Special About It?

Nowadays many people are looking for ways to improve their health without harming themselves in the process. Unfortunately, this isn’t always easy to do. Most highly-processed foods and even alcohol contain ingredients that can be very bad for your body.

In fact, did you know that drinking one can of soda daily increases your risk of diabetes by about 25%?

If you’re looking for something to replace dangerous ingredients like these, then sustainable coconut oil may be the right choice for you! This substance is one of the healthiest foods on the planet and has been used in many different cultures for centuries to promote overall good health. Whether you’re trying to shed a few pounds, protect your skin from the sun, or even prevent cancer, this oil can help you achieve your goal.

How Do I Use It?

Bulletproof coffee is just one example of how you can use sustainable coconut oil. To prepare this recipe, start by brewing 8 ounces of coffee using filtered water and whichever coffee blend you prefer. While the coffee is brewing, place 1 to 2 tablespoons of high-quality, organic coconut oil in a coffee mug. The amount of oil you use should equal the amount of coffee in the mug; for example, if you are making 16 ounces of coffee, then add 2 tablespoons of oil.

Now it’s time to add the coffee: begin by pouring just half a mug of coffee. Gently stir the oil into the coffee and continue pouring until the mug is full. The oil and coffee will not combine like a liquid—instead, the oil will sit on top of the coffee.

This is normal! Once you finish pouring, give the coffee a final stir before sitting down to enjoy your drink.

Is It Good For Me?

Yes! First of all, sustainable coconut oil contains medium chain triglycerides (MCTs). These special fats are sent straight to your liver where they’re converted into energy, which helps boost your metabolism.

Did you know that just a tablespoon of coconut oil can raise your metabolism by 40% for up to two hours?

By using this versatile substance, you can increase your energy levels without raising your blood sugar.

Coconut oil is also a powerful antioxidant that can help your body eliminate harmful free radicals. This process is called oxidative stress relief, and it reduces the aging effects that free radicals can have on your skin. Antioxidants can even fight off dangerous viruses, like the measles!

What about its effects on weight loss?

Well, this depends on how often you use it. Coconut oil is one of the few oils that can actually facilitate weight loss because it actually reduces your cravings for empty calories. It’s also a low-calorie food that boosts your metabolism rather than slowing it down like most other oils.

Is This Oil Right for Me?

Now that you know the benefits, it’s time to find out if sustainable coconut oil is right for you! We’ve created two lists below that describe who should use this oil and who should not. If you think you fall into the first category, give this oil a try!

Who Should Use This Oil?

● Those who want to lose weight quickly

● Those who want to naturally improve their cardiovascular health

● Athletes who need a boost before a big game or competition

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● Anyone with a busy lifestyle who has a hard time staying focused (studies show that athletes who use this oil perform better than those who don’t)

Who Should NOT Use This Oil?

● Anyone who is allergic to coconuts

● Children under the age of 12 (it’s contraindicated for those under this age)

● Pregnant women (there is no conclusive evidence that the benefits of sustainable coconut oil outweigh the risks of giving birth to a child with a low birth weight)

With this oil, you’re getting amazing benefits that help your body in several different ways.

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