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    HUNTER1313 is offline Senior Member
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    Tried the coffee on Saturday (didn't use a blender, was rushed for time before work so only stirred it. And I am using coconut oil not MCT oil) It tastes great. I have been a black coffee drinker since doing IF and this stuff is great. I know the coffee might interfere with all the benefits of the fast but oh well.
    There is alot of info on the site, definatley would recommend it to anyone.

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    How is everyone doing with their bullet proof coffee? I personally haven't had any in a while (no real reason, just not feeling like it I guess). I got to thinking about it today for some reason, might have one tomorrow morning. One thing to note though, my wife hated it when I was brewing some and taking it to work because of the oils from my thermos.

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    I just noticed this thread. The combination of coffee and oil/butter on an empty stomach in the morning tends to leave me, well, how shall we say, cleaned out - I will not be trying this. The closest I get is having a spoonful of coconut oil mixed with almond butter and bananas along with my morning coffee - that's usually fine for me.

    I'm curious to know if it's different with butter. We do buy the Kerrygold butter he mentions, and we do have excellent coffee here, home roasted from green beans and made with filtered water. I suppose I could try butter instead of coconut oil in the morning and see how that goes.
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    Kept at it for two-three weeks. Haven't done it since. I prefer snickers these days.

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    Every morning, but not in the quantity he says.
    I take 2 cups of coffee with coconot oil (about the size of a tablespoon).
    I still prefer my sugarfree energy-drinks.

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    I started back with the coffee late last week and have noticed I am a bit leaner looking. I havent changed anything else really but will continue to monitor it all. Also I know its not "fasting" as per say but that is waht I am doing right now. A bullet proof coffee in the morning, one around lunch time and eat supper around 530-600pm. I finish eating around 8-9 depending on alot of variables. I wouldnt say its paleo, but I prefer my fat foods and try to stay away from grains and sugar.

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    Just saw this thread - I'm a double espresso + unsalted Kerrygold butter addict. And have been for months... so far so good Definitely a nice boost in the morning - mentally and physically. Maintaining overall strength and leanness as well

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    I started back with the coffee late last week and have noticed I am a bit leaner looking. I havent changed anything else really but will continue to monitor it all. Also I know its not "fasting" as per say but that is waht I am doing right now. A bullet proof coffee in the morning, one around lunch time and eat supper around 530-600pm. I finish eating around 8-9 depending on alot of variables. I wouldnt say its paleo, but I prefer my fat foods and try to stay away from grains and sugar.
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    I read this post and thought I would give it a try. Two cups of fresh ground (daily) columbian coffee. tblsp Unsalted Wisconsin butter, tblsp coconut oil, tblsp raw local honey. Blended to a froth. Suppresses my appetite for about 6 hours. My weight usually moves up and down around 3 lbs during the week. One week of this brew every morning and that variance is less than a pound.

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    I suppose my morning food, which includes espresso and a tablespoon of coconut oil, is something along these lines - it just includes other things as well.
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    Oh boy.

    When someone is writing about health and uses a word like 'toxin' or 'detoxify', my BS meter pegs, because charlatans tend to use such words...as in 'undigested food in your colon puts out toxins, you gotta have regular enemas to clear out those toxins!' If the author has any evidence that 'cheap' coffee has more, not toxins, but bad chemicals or whatever, then let's see it.

    Toxins is a word people use when they're making a claim that they can't back up with evidence.

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