Butter/ghee-Free Bulletproof Coffee

I'm really interested in having bulletproof coffee in lieu of breakfast for the fasting protocol, but I am super allergic to casein such that I don't want to try even Ghee in my coffee.  I can only tolerate small amounts of coconut oil (up to about 1 tablespoon in one sitting); I have MCT oil on order to try.  Is there any way I can make something close to bulletproof coffee?  Any suggestions?


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  • 2 recipes at the bottom - one with ghee (which apparently has no milk proteins left in it) and one with eggs... Both with MCT... Warning, do go sloowwwlllyy with the MCT ;-) http://fixyourgut.com/2013/08/14/sibo-friendly-bulletproof-coffee/
    Hacking my digestive system - aka getting to the root cause of chronic unwellness - blog: http://bighealthventures.blogspot.com.au
  • Thanks Kris_Ti, but I'm nowhere near ready to try ghee (I can't even tolerate wine fined with milk products), and I'm as allergic to eggs as I am casein! Thanks anyway :)
  • PS why go slowly with MCT?
  • GarrettGarrett
    edited December 2013

    If you take in too much MCT's at once, it gives you the runs.


    Also, doing research, it's saying that ghee does have all trace milk proteins (which can be in butter) removed, thanks to the clarification process. Check into it, do your research. Listen to your gut. You can probably get some muscle testing done with Ghee, and with butter, to see what your body's reaction to it will be. That will give you insight. :)


  • Thanks Kris_Ti, but I'm nowhere near ready to try ghee (I can't even tolerate wine fined with milk products), and I'm as allergic to eggs as I am casein! Thanks anyway :)




    The second recipe has egg and no ghee... Did you see it?


    If you do a search on MCT you'll see why... Can cause digestive issues and nausea if you start adding in the suggested 2Tbsp straight away. I'm pretty sure there is some kind disclaimer/warning on the page when you order it.
    Hacking my digestive system - aka getting to the root cause of chronic unwellness - blog: http://bighealthventures.blogspot.com.au
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