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Old 11-01-2012, 06:20 AM   #151
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Do you get the same effect with the diet swiss miss? i've had 2 bullet proof coffees and they're great for appetite suppression....but coffee and I do not get along well. It makes me nauseous. Even just regular coffee. Which is why I don't drink it.
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Old 11-01-2012, 06:53 AM   #152
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I'm not a JUDDD-er, but I had a question about BPC, since you guys seem to be the go-to for it.

I tried it today, with 14 oz. of coffee, 2 Tbsp. butter, and 1 Tbsp. coconut oil. It's only 2 hours later, and I'm starving. I know the original recipe calls for something like 3/4 of a stick of a butter and several Tbsp. of oil, but I didn't want to go that route.

I know some of you have great success with appetite suppression witht his, but it doesn't seem to work for me. Should I try something else? Maybe add another bit of butter and/or oil? My regular breakfast usually runs around 350 calories or so, so I do have a little bit more room...
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Old 11-01-2012, 07:03 AM   #153
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Hi Vilya. I personally feel like I get more appetite suppression from hwc in my coffee than the bullet proof coffee. But I know it works great for others. I don't know if that defeats the purpose of the bullet proof coffee and tricking your body that it's still fasting??
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Old 11-01-2012, 07:24 AM   #154
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Hi Vilya! My guess would be that, since you aren't JUDDDing, trying to skip a decent breakfast that you normally have causes the hunger. In other words, your body hasn't adjusted to not eating in the morning like some of us have doing JUDDD. The first Down Days on JUDDD can be ROUGH, with lots of hunger, so the appetite suppression we're getting w/BPC is after our bodies have already adjusted to eating less, and fasting until later in the day (as some of us try to do).

Does that make any sense? It's just my "gut" reaction.
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Old 11-01-2012, 09:45 AM   #155
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Thanks for the responses, and yes, that does make sense. I was kind of thinking that it might be the case.

Well, in any event, the BPC is delicious.
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Old 11-02-2012, 08:39 AM   #156
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I have a little battery operated whisk for foaming milk for lattes--works great for BPC--
Yes, thanks for sharing this. I bought one, it works fine and is a breeze to clean.
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Old 11-03-2012, 04:51 PM   #157
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I'm not a JUDDD-er, but I'm a big fan of bulletproof coffee and don't start a day without a cup or two. I use a nice strong coffee, 1tbsp unsalted grass fed butter, and 1tbsp CO. As an intermittent faster, it certainly helps get me through the day until my eating window opens at 3pm. Never mind that I'm a huge butter lover! I've been known to totally lick the butter papers after putting the butter in the butter dish!


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I have a little battery operated whisk for foaming milk for lattes--works great for BPC--
Yup, me too! I have an Aerolatte that works like a charm!
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Old 11-05-2012, 04:04 PM   #158
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Hi Vilya! My guess would be that, since you aren't JUDDDing, trying to skip a decent breakfast that you normally have causes the hunger. In other words, your body hasn't adjusted to not eating in the morning like some of us have doing JUDDD. The first Down Days on JUDDD can be ROUGH, with lots of hunger, so the appetite suppression we're getting w/BPC is after our bodies have already adjusted to eating less, and fasting until later in the day (as some of us try to do).

Does that make any sense? It's just my "gut" reaction.
That is exactly my thought. I know lots of folks who use the original recipe with about 500 calories in it say that it holds them till dinner, but I'm not about to try it.
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Old 11-12-2012, 02:16 PM   #159
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Has anybody used BPC decaffinated in the evening instead of dinner? Would doing this register as beginning the fast earlier if the previous meal was at noon? I read somewhere that it takes 4-6 hours to use up glycogen stores before the body turns to other sources so, I wondered if lunch around noon, then BP C or T after 6 to settle the bedtime hunger would have the same effect as drinking it in the a.m.
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Old 11-13-2012, 04:11 PM   #160
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I had it again this morning! I have Nutiva CO and I did taste the coconut flavor. It was yummy!
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Old 04-03-2013, 01:20 PM   #161
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Well, that's answered a lot of questions for me, so thank you.

I'm shivering at the thought of fat in coffee - but then I don't milk or anything similar in tea or coffee (nor do I eat frosting on cake). On the other hand, it's useful to know about for later so maybe I ought to think about making chai (the milk-based indian spice tea) or cocoa this way.
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Coconut oil is supposed to help with fat burning.
I think coconut would be nice in chai. It's good in vanilla rooibosh too.
I'm not keen on it in coffee, though butter works fine for me.
You do need to whizz it. I got a little milk frother. Works fine and it's easy to rinse
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I wonder if coconut butter would work as well? 1 T is 93 calories. It's pure coconut, so it's got the oil and everything else too.
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Slow, I did do tea for a while, so for sure this works with that...
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Slow, I did do tea for a while, so for sure this works with that...
Oh, thank you.

I have friends who make chai (they boil milk with the spices and typically a lot of sugar) and I used to enjoy it but I just got out of the habit of drinking the milk-based one and opting for the milk-free version. I imagine the milk-free version with added fat will just have a similar mouth feel to the milk one.

I laughed when I saw you and others confessing to eating straight butter. I know lots of people who slice butter onto their toast rather than spread it. A while ago there was a piece about Patrik Johansson. aka the Butter Viking, who now sells his butter in a London food market. People rave about his butter.

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His butter is served at Noma in Copenhagen, voted best restaurant in the world by Restaurant magazine three years in a row. Multi-Michelin starred chef Joël Robuchon has shown interest in it and Johansson is developing the most buttery butter possible for Heston Blumenthal. The idea is to get solid butter to taste as if it has been heated to its melting point – the high concentration of diacetyl in the melted stuff boosts its buttery taste.
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There is a Danish expression, ''tooth butter'', which indicates a preference for slicing on/spreading a layer of butter until it's thick enough that when you chomp into it (on a slice of bread, say) and look at the remainder of the slice, you've left definable tooth marks.

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My father always put a chunk of butter on his plate and carved off chunks of it to put on his bread. Definitely tooth butter.
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There is a Danish expression, ''tooth butter'', which indicates a preference for slicing on/spreading a layer of butter until it's thick enough that when you chomp into it (on a slice of bread, say) and look at the remainder of the slice, you've left definable tooth marks.
I lived in Denmark for a year. Now I can't remember if I loved butter that thick before then, but I have, for sure, ever since. I think of bread as a vessel for butter.
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I'm 100% on the butter bandwagon... I loved that when I visited Paris, an acceptable sandwich is ham, cheese, and butter on a baguette.

I love the idea of tooth butter too.
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Tooth butter...I like that term. That's definitely how I like mine. Does that also apply to peanut butter, 'cause I always see teeth marks there too (if I'm not just eating it right off a spoon!)
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And cream cheese. I was shocked that a "serving" of cream cheese is 1T... you have to like, spread it thin, at that point!
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I wonder if coconut butter would work as well? 1 T is 93 calories. It's pure coconut, so it's got the oil and everything else too.
I don't see why not, if you're okay with bits of coconut in your coffee or tea. Coconut butter has less fat than the pure oil - 8 g per tablespoon.
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Oh, fresh crusty bread with butter so thick you can see your teethmarks. With a smear of Marmite - my idea of heaven!!
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