Bulletproof Matcha


You would know by now I LOVE my bulletproof coffee in the morning, however sometimes my body doesn’t feel the same love…

Our bodies work so damn hard everyday, and we unfortunately live in state of stress – the old flight or fight- therefore, sometimes its a good idea not to overload the nervous system any more than it currently is.

Matcha is an ugrade from your Green Tea. 

With regular green tea, you brew the leaves in hot water and then throw them out afterwards. By contrast, matcha drinkers consume the whole leaf dissolved in the water along with all the green goodness they contain. Because of its concentrated form, matcha has up to 137 times the antioxidants and up to 10 times the nutritional content of regular green tea. Matcha tea leaves are also grown under special shades to increase the chlorophyll and antioxidant levels even further.

It can seem a little daunting thinking of how many ‘good fats’ are in this little weapon. However, I want to educate you on nutrient dense VS calorie counting. My aim is to give you information and you to do your own research and trials to see what types of food fuel your body best.

Eating a diet consisting of good quality fats can curb your sugar and hunger cravings and even increase weight loss.  BUT don’t take that sentence as a reason to chow down on KFC or greasy foods. I am talking good quality fats like Ghee, Grass-fed butter, Coconut Oil, Avocado Oil etc. Having these in your kitchen are fantastic to cook with and consume.

I highly recommend giving it a try ASAP!

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1 cup Hot water (not boiling, as this will burn the Matcha and nutrients, and also become bitter)
1/2 – 1 tsp Matcha
1 tbps of Brain Octane (you can also use Cold Pressed Coconut Oil)
1 tbsp grass-fed & unsalted Butter or grass-fed Ghee, or Coconut Butter

Your choice of Superfoods
Maca Powder
Slippery Elm


Brew 1 cup of hot water, not boiling as this will burn the Matcha powder. Add cool water if required.
Add in 1-2 tablespoons of Brain Octane or Coconut Oil to the hot coffee (Brain Octane is STRONG – start with 1 tsp. and work up over several days).
Add 1-2 tablespoons grass-fed, unsalted butter or grass-fed ghee.
Mix it all in a blender for 1 minute until it is frothy like a foamy Matcha latte.


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