The “bulletproof coffee” is a coffee taken with ecological BUTTER and palm oil and coconut and is inspired by the yak tea is taken in the Himalayan region.

Although this drink comes to challenge the right ways in nutrition, the fact is that his admirers say that consuming thins and is able to maintain energy throughout the day. This “brown bulletproof” as the translation suggests, is a coffee with two teaspoons of organic butter and salt and other small spoon a mixture of palm oil and coconut and is becoming increasingly popular among Americans in recent times when it comes to breakfast.

General Information

An American executive who during a trip to the Himalayas drank a cup of tea with yak butter, a day that was without strength, and as he was so energizing, took the recipe and more later sold in their country, but instead of tea, coffee used, a lower-consumed beverage in the United States.

This product has achieved a wound success and has already sold worldwide, also has slimming power, based his theory on it that has the Atkins diet, that is, that as the body has no reserves of carbohydrates during morning, is forced to burn fat to get energy. And the combination of fat contained in this coffee helps control appetite and therefore weight, and increase energy levels and alertness during at least six hours after consumption.

How to Prepare

We recommend that you prepare your own version at home. To this blend coffee (if it can be better organic) with two teaspoons unsalted butter and a tablespoon of virgin coconut oil. Bate everything right and get a coffee with foamy milk and very creamy.

But the truth is that nutritionists and doctors are against this drink stating that a cup of coffee with butter cannot replace a balanced breakfast and also contains many saturated fats through butter.

In Tibet, the yak butter tea is widely consumed, as it can take six cups or more each day per person. This ancient drink that is made with tea, salt and water with yak butter, all beaten, has a very satiating power as Tibetans and helps them stay well hydrated especially in high altitude areas. The problem is that this animal butter is not the same as that of cow and of course, the lifestyle of the Tibetans is not is our just as neither is its climate. What we mean is that what works in Tibet kick on even demonstrated in the Western world.