The breakfast of champions

This is a test. I’m attempting to write and submit this entirely on my phone. Apologies if it looks strange.

I would like to apologise to all the Colombians who have ever told me that adding something to coffee would make it better. I should never have doubted you.

A few months ago I was trying to find a way to ingest more food during my day, and I decided that it would be a good idea to tweak my morning shake/coffee recipe.

There were a few winners and a few giant losers, but there was an interesting trend:

If I had fat+protein in the morning, my body composition improved.

Some reading around, some experimenting and I stumble across a recipe for “bulletproof coffee” over here.

Grassfed butter in coffee. It sounds really weird.I figured, how bad could it be? I’ve survived natto. Plus, if I tossed in some eggs, that would take care of my morning “fat+protein” requirements.

So, I bite the bullet and fave it a shot.

I could not be prepared. The level of amazing has no words.

Here’s how to do it.

You will need:


1. Your favorite coffee/brewing method.
2. Blender
3. Grass fed butter
4. Cojones.

Step 1:
Put 1 tablespoon grass fed butter in your favorite mug.


Step 2:
Brew coffee however you like, and immerse the butter.


Step 3:
Blend it until a creamy layer forms.


Step 4:
Add coffee/water to taste.


Step 5:
Relish it.


No joke. This stuff is liquid gold. It’s amazing in ways that you can’t imagine.

The fact that it improves body composition is an excellent added bonus.

Be warned: you do need to ease into higher doses of butter. If you take too much too fast you will have some digestive issues.

Start off with a half tablespoon, and work your way up over a few days till you find a dose that you like.

We’ll do a moe in depth look at the mechanics of why it works at a later date, bottom line:

Fat+protein in the morning is excellent for saiety and body composition. Test it out, let me know how it goes.

6 responses to “The breakfast of champions

  1. Why do you think higher doses of butter will give you digestive issues? That’s quite interesting.

    I have had acid reflux like symptoms when drinking Bulletproof coffee so I gave it up (it does feel amazing though). I personally think it’s the coffee. Caffeine relaxes the esophagus sphincter which can give you digestive issues. I also asked Dave Asprey about it and he thinks it’s moldy coffee beans although I had the same symptoms when I tried his own brand.

    Do you think you need to ease into high butter content for the stomach to get used to producing more lipase? (That wouldn’t really make sense in my case as I eat tons of fat anyway.)

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