For people not into LCHF (low carb – high fat) , Wheat Belly eating and Bulletproof coffee drinking it is hard to understand why someone would even think of adding butter and coconut oil to coffee since we have been taught for the last 50 years that fat is bad for you. We have the worst medical crisis all over the world since starting eating low fat food but finally it is starting to turn around again and one of the new way, well at least most tasteful way, to get a lot of nourishing fats is to put it in your coffee and drink it during the day.
With the right diet you might even lose weight adding real fats since you will eat less. Because of the satiety the fats create will keep you full longer with not many hunger feelings during the day.
With Swedish Nektar™ we have simplified everything for you so you have the convenience to bring your butter and oils you want in your coffe without bringing the ingredients and mix it at work for example.
Our LCHF creamer is very smooth with a taste of vanilla. You can also get the creamer with a hint of cocoa.
Swedish Nektar™ is a great way to get healthy fats first thing in the morning,” says Berry Halaj, a Be Well Health Coach at Eleven Eleven Wellness Center in New York City. Starting the day with healthy fats provides energy, is good for cognitive function, and supports your hormonal system.”
Butter from grass-fed cows supplies a ratio of Omega-3 to omega-6 fatty acids that’s far healthier than what comes from conventionally raised livestock (it’s actually similar to the healthy-fat breakdown of fatty fish). Meanwhile, MCTs are a unique form of fat that require less energy and enzymes to be digested when compared to another type of fat known as long-chain triglycerides.
It blows those expensive, sugary lattes out of the water! You will be full of energy, fully focused and clear-thinking, and full in your tummy so you won’t be craving food for hours.
Also, since you nixed the carbs and sugar that are the staple of the typical American breakfast, you won’t have to suffer through that inevitable energy droop that comes when the sugar spike wears off.
The taste is better than a mocha milkshake and the feeling you get from it is the combination of energy plus mental clarity. To top it all off, it’s absolutely fantastic for your overall health.
“The fat from the butter and the oil creates a filling effect, and the coffee’s caffeine helps make fatty acids more available for uptake into fat and muscle tissue, where it can immediately be used as energy,” says Paul Arciero, director of the Human Nutrition and Metabolism Laboratory at Skidmore College. The omega-3 fatty acids in the butter and coconut oil may help reduce inflammation and lower your triglyceride levels, adds Arciero. Research shows the oil specifically can boost your metabolism by up to 5 percent, helping you burn an extra 120 calories a day. And now that research has made it clear that a main contributor to heart disease is sugar – found readily in carb-heavy breakfast foods and juice – and not fat, butter-laced coffee may be the ideal morning meal.