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    What can be the side effects of bulletproof coffee?

    These days people are very much fond of bulletproof coffee, but i have heard that if bulletproof coffee is taken into routine as a meal replacement , it can be dangerous for health, can you suggest how??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lisa.scottlive View Post
    These days people are very much fond of bulletproof coffee, but i have heard that if bulletproof coffee is taken into routine as a meal replacement , it can be dangerous for health, can you suggest how??
    It's not clear what you're asking.

    Do you want to know how is can be used as a meal replacement or are you asking how ("why") using it as a meal replacement can be dangerous?

    Using any kind of coffee as a meal replacement is a very stupid idea. I hope you're not considering it.

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    my question is that some people try to substitute their meals or breakfast with bulletproof coffee considering that it will keep them full all day, is that a good idea?? if not, what can be the side effect or dangers of bulletproof coffee?

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    Google 'Intermittent Fasting' and see how some people benefit from ingesting all caloric intake to a 6-8 hour window of time. Since I agree with that premise, I don't see any danger in using the BP coffee in the way you asked about.

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    I often skip breakfast, but never skip Coffee, so I essentially use Coffee as a meal replacement. Maybe bulletproof Coffee has more nutrient value than just Coffee, so perhaps for me it would be better, no?

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    I believe it is just filling you up with a blob of fat and caffeine. Since caffeine is an appetite suppresant, that and the fat will make you feel like you do not need any food. I cannot see how it wouldnt give you a damn good headache after coming down. Must wreck havoc on your blood sugar levels. Wanna lose weight? Cut back on carbs, drink plenty of water, and exercise. It is the only thing that works long term. Wanna live to an old age? Don't smoke, don't drink booze, eat plenty of veggies, eat red meat in moderation.

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    "I believe humans get a lot done, not because we're smart, but because we have thumbs so we can make coffee." ~Flash Rosenberg

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    I like the paleo diet idea. Have as much for the right fats as you want, and cut-out grain foods. Right fats are, coconut oil, butter, olive oil(unheated , it changes when heated), oil from salmon, nuts, avocadoe and things like that. Fat from grass fed meat. I found it hard to do but health wise I felt far better reducing my sugar intake and increasing my good fat and green food intake. I love coffee to much now that I have a espresso machine.

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    Bulletproof Coffee has a lot of benefits. It contains a ton of energy & long-term satiation. But I believe that it's not good for the replacement meal.If you drink coffee for replacement meal, i think it's a stupid idea.

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    i enjoy drinking coffee with a teaspoon to tablespoon of coconut oil (the vegan version of bulletproof coffee, i guess). it tastes good and i feel like i don't get the jitters as much. normally when i drink coffee on an empty stomach i start talking way too fast and fidgeting a lot. so the only differences i've experienced are good. coconut oil is rather high in saturated fat and should be enjoyed in moderation imo but it's got some good stuff too.

    i don't think butter is good for you at all and should be avoided, even if it's "grass fed", and find dairy farming unethical, but that's just my personal opinion

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    Though bulletproof is beneficial for health but people when drink too much of coffee get negative side effects of caffeine. It is therefore recommended to drink only 2-3 cups of any coffee a day.
    Morning without Coffee is not morning at all

 

 
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