Thoughts On Tweaks I Can Make To Further Bulletproof My Diet?

edited November 2014 in Bulletproof Diet

Hey guys! I've been adding more BP foods into my diet slowly, and I'd love to hear your feedback.


I'm a student so have to spend FLEX dollars which I'm required to buy each year. This means eating out on campus for the majority of lunches. 


Breakfast (the same every day)

  • 3 "free run" President's Choice Eggs w/ NatureEgg Simply Egg Whites - scrambled
  • 3 slices of Lou's Original Double Smoked Back Bacon (microwaved)
  • 1/4 of a cucumber
  • 1 cup of Bulletproof coffee (with lots of grass-fed butter and brain octane)
  • Supplements: Vitamin C (1g) Vitamin D (5000IUs) Fish Oil (1000mg) & Vitamin K2 


Lunch (rotates between these options)

  • Teriyaki Salmon w/ rice and broccoli from Spring Rolls (salmon is deep fried unfortunately)


  • Beef w/ broccoli and rice from Spring Rolls (I use my own Sweet with Heat Honey Mustard Sauce)


  • Either Salmon/Chicken/Pork with lots of broccoli and 1-2 red potatoes with grass fed butter


  • Salad from Extreme Pita - romaine lettuce, cucumber, chicken, bacon bits, ceaser dressing 



  • 4 brazil nuts per day
  • handful of raw almonds
  • 2 squares of Lindt 90% dark chocolate
  • 0.5 - 1 avocado



  • Same as the lunch options


Post-Dinner Snack (if I'm still hungry)

  • Full can of lentils mixed in with almonds, spinach, kale and chards and olive oil dressing 
  • Supplement with Magnesium before going to sleep



I was buying grass fed beef and cooking that but it was getting expensive. Any thoughts on changes I should make that will make a big difference in how I perform? I cook all meats with coconut oil or grass fed butter.



Make every day count -


  • A couple of thoughts:

    1. maybe cook your bacon on the skillet instead of the microwave?
    2. teriyaki sauce is not BP. Maybe try tamari as a sauce?
    3. I do not think lentils are BP...
    4. make sure you cook your kale

    Good luck!

    Trying to go Bulletproof. Notes on

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