Blend your coffee with grass-fed butter instead of creamer. Yes, get the good stuff … Kerrygold unsalted butter.
I think Big Food is concerned about maybe two things:
- Does it taste good for the masses?
- No matter what (antibiotics, growth hormones, high fructose corn syrup, chemicals), how can we balloon the profit margin?
Weary of being barked at, marketed to, sold a bill of goods, and generally jerked around for someone else’s agenda? Me too. It’s a good day when you start to tell yourself … I’m not a part of the “hoi polloi”—the masses, the rank and file, the sheeple.
Here’s something simple to feed your gray matter and help you lose weight …
Blend your coffee with grass-fed butter instead of creamer. Yes, get the good stuff … Kerrygold unsalted butter. Right now cows are feeding on the lush hills of Ireland. That’s where this butter comes from, not some industrial based farm that uses genetically modified grain, antibiotics, and bovine growth hormone.
— Brian Del Turco (@BrianDelTurco) October 12, 2014
I’m not doing the full recipe yet put together by Dave Asprey. But every morning, we’re putting that coffee and grass-fed butter in the blender.
Healthy, saturated fat has received a bad rap. Grass-fed butter optimizes cholesterol levels, increases energy, and helps your cells and hormone levels.
Take and look at the post: Recipe: How to Make Your Coffee Bulletproof®…And Your Morning Too. Dave Asprey is a bio-hacker. Poke around his site.
I think it’s true about everything. If you’re doing what the masses are doing, you won’t live your optimal life.
This is proven: make a change in one area (de-cluttering, changing what you east, exercise, etc.), and chances are it can have a cascading effect in other areas of your life. It can begin a process of transforming your general mindset.