#1 Coffee Creamer in America

150 million Americans, roughly ½ the US Population drink coffee.

 It’s partly the aroma, flavor, and let’s face it – the caffeine that we desperately crave.

 Now, Most people add things into their coffee that makes it bad for you like: 

  • Sugar

  • Artificial Sweeteners

  • Milk

However, Coffee Creamers need to be singled out.


They are popular and very dangerous.



Would the Nestle Corporation really lead us astray?

Do I really need to answer that?

The ingredients listed:

  • Hydrogenated vegetable oils – contain unhealthy trans fats and have been linked to an increased risk of heart disease.
  • Sodium caseinate, a milk derivative, may cause an allergic reaction in some people who are lactose intolerant or have a milk allergy.
  • Artificial flavors and annatto color may have negative effects on health due to their artificial nature and potential to contain harmful chlorine and other chemicals.
  • Additionally, consuming large amounts of corn syrup solids and dipotassium phosphate will contribute to an unhealthy diet and lead to weight gain and other related health problems.


There is a much better way to drink coffee that is both healthy and will accelerate fat loss.

It consists of:

  1. Coffee

  2. MCT Oil – derived from coconut

  3. Unsalted butter or Ghee (optional)

Personally, I do not add Ghee as I find it too heavy.

Using a CGM (continuous glucose monitor) implanted, I measured my results

  • Before coffee – baseline glucose 111
  • 15 min after drinking – glucose 104
  • 30  min after drinking – glucose 107
  • 45 min after drinking – glucose 115
  • 60 min after drinking – glucose 103

Bulletproof coffee raises my blood sugar minimally and released remarkably little insulin!

What does all this mean?

It means that coffee can be used as a powerful fat booster.

In addition, adding fat to coffee (MCT Oil + Butter) also has the additional benefit of decreasing hunger and reportedly increasing brain function according to the NIH.

*Note: Frankly, I just add 1-tbsp of MCT Oil to my coffee and not butter due to taste and digestive reasons.

  • If you drink more than one cup of coffee per day, only Add MCT Oil and/or butter to the first cup of coffee.
  • If 1-tbsp of MCT Oil is too difficult on your GI tract, start at 1/2-tbsp for two weeks, then increase.
  • MCT Oil doesn’t work by magic.  For best results, you need to eat a good diet with limited carbs/sugars.

I teach clients to never go above 40mg/dl and I personally try to never go up more than 20mg/dl.

Doing so will cause a large insulin release, and we all know what that means…

  • Higher Body Fat
  • More inflammation of joints and blood vessels
  • More future carb cravings

Always work on keeping your insulin levels low!

What I Believe:

That’s why I hold my products to an elevated standard of safety and transparency. I have developed and tested all of our products with myself, my staff and my family sometimes hundreds of times.