One Stick Of Butter (100G) A Day, Good Or Bad?
I started the bulletproof diet but since MCT oil is too expensive in my country I prefer using butter as my main source of fat, I take unsalted grass-fed butter which also contains about 10% MCT I think.
I'm currently also losing weight so I try to limit my calorie intake to 1500kcal so I probably take between 50-60% of fat in my diet.
Since I've started this diet I feel great, I do not need as much sleep as I needed before, I litterally jump out from the bed, my skin is healing and getting much more beautiful, I always feel good, motivated and in good mood, I think my brain is also working better than it was.
In general this diet is awesome and very effective.
However I'm concerned with it's effects on health long-term, nearly 100g butter a day (including butter used for cooking) that makes 3kg or 6 pounds a month which is quite enormous!
I also take various supplements such as :
1000 IU vitamin E
7500mg fish oil (EPA 1000mg DHA 800mg)
5000mg vitamin C as sodium ascorbate
Sometimes NAC 900mg
Magnesium 500mg elemental as magnesium citrate
I think these supplements pretty much protect me from cardiovascular risk but I'm quite afraid that they're hiding the risks of eating so much butter.