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  • Sounds cool Jason! I am interested in trying diffent ones out anyway so as long as you have some way of packaging them seperately or otherwise marking them to tell each one apart then I am in too.
  • http://nicotinedeclassified.com/?hop=dhpress   I am not saying it is good or anything, I never did read much into it, but I do know that some athletes use it. Although this link leads to an over the top hype filled sales page, the …
    in Nicotine Comment by Eveland March 2014
  • The ones I listen to very regularly... Bulletproof Executive Fat Burning Man (Able James) Dan Carlin (both Common Sense and Hardcore History) School Sucks Project Bryan Callen (w/Hunter Maats) Show There are some others that I listen …
  • That's really fucked up!
  • Try Xyla instead- http://store.xylitolusa.com/xylitol-sweetener/ Xlear.com states under the FAQ that their Xylitol (Xylosweet) is made from non-GMO corn fibers.
  • They should give you the option of picking which shipping company you want to use then.
  • Dr. Kruse had some insight on "bulletproofing" his house as far as eliminating wi-fi, grounding all electrical outlets etc.   Actually he took it a lot further than that by scouting out the whole country for locations with the least…
  • Your Brazil nuts and oil are basically all just fat, so you are fine. You could also just take selenium if you want to eliminate the Brazil nuts too.
  • i was kinda surprised that they mentioned 30 grams of protein as being too much protein in one meal. i realize Dave avoids exercise and stuff, but for a normal person who uses their body for things, wouldn't you wanna have more than 60 grams of prot…
  • Upgraded MCT is only C8 and C10, from the label of the stuff you have there it looks like it is around 95% C8 and C10 also, so I would guess you could use it and consider it fairly comparable.
  • There is a pretty good chance the MCT oil might be causing her issues. You may want to cut back to a smaller dose and work up gradually. Also include some Betaine HCL and digestive enzymes containing Lipase and Ox Bile. This should only be needed te…
  • You have to learn that stuff to pass your tests. However the real value in your education is the certification. If you can become a Registered Dietician it will open up opportunities for you and get people to listen to you more. However it will be u…
  • It is not an exact science. Adjust the amount of coffee and the steeping time to account for personal taste. That said, if I am only making 1 cup of coffee I usually use about 3-4 tablespoons (measured after grinding).
  • A diet high in healthy fats, especially healthy saturated fats like those in butter from grass fed cows is wonderful for raising HDL levels. Raising HDL levels lowers your heart disease risks. Enjoy your butter!
  • Not liking sweets is not a problem. You can get your carbs from starch (e.g. Sweet potatoes, rice). EDIT... Agree with Jason above. Posted this before I saw his post show up. Fructose should be minimized as much as possible. A little fruit is OK…
  • There is no cap at 100 on HDL measurements. 130 is higher than normal but many Paleo people often test higher than normal on their HDL too. At first glance your numbers look pretty good to me. High HDL, low triglycerides, low inflammation. Total cho…
  • Yeah, I too am using Thorne multi's. I used to do seperate supplements for everything but it was too much to keep up with. I now use... http://m.iherb.com/Thorne-Research-Citrate-Formula-Basic-Nutrients-III-Without-Copper-and-Iron-180-Veggie-Caps…
  • This is what I'm spinning lately!!    Korn is from where I live - Bakersfield, CA USA. I have been listening to old stuff from Shadows Fall, even older stuff from Anthrax, and the new A7X album lately.
    in Music Comment by Eveland October 2013
  • Of course it is up to you too. Do what you want, you do not have to necessarily use Bulletproof Intermittent Fasting every day.
  • The cocoa butter - Yes! Use all you want it is just fat. The chocolate powder is a different story though, it contains carbs and even some protein too. If you want the full autophagy and fasting benefits you would be better off avoiding it with your…
  • Coconut milk in place of the water would be another option for those here who are big fans of it.
  • Obviously bulletproof Upgraded Whey is Bulletproof. But here is another option for you to check out if you are interested. http://www.wheynaturalusa.com/index.html
  • Real Salt® is pretty much all I use. It is great!
  • Sounds weird but try 1/4c mashed sweet potato, if you have an immersion blender to"mash" the potato it get ultra smooth it dissolves well in a shaker cup.  I do it every day and love it. Sounds interesting Jason. What do you put in the sw…
  • I occasionally make shakes. I just use the "Get Some Ice Cream" recipe (with the chocolate). I cut all of the quantities in half and add extra ice and water to get the consistincy I want for my shake. Blend it all up real well in the VitaMix and at …
  • I break it apart into 1 lb bags. I put them in a quart size ziplock, squeeze out whatever air I can, and put them in a second ziplock and freeze them. As I empty (or nearly empty) a bag, I take the next one out of the freezer and let it sit out over…
  • Pink "Himalayan" salt contains fluoride and heavy metals.   Is this TRUE??? Yes it is true. Your drinking water does too. Even if you are lucky enough to live somewhere that does not fluoridate the water there is still trace amounts nat…
  • Sounds like a fun show (always up for a good metal concert). I might come check you guys out at the Hollywood House of Blues in October. Do you have a site right now that we can go to in order to hear some of your bands stuff?
  • The cream would work better for Iced coffee. I suggest using the cream when making cold coffee and to use butter when making hot coffee. This would still work for bulletproof intermittent fasting as heavy cream is still all fat with no carbs.
  • This is great because it still taste awesome cold.   1.Ground beef cooked in a skillet with desired spices.  (I used garlic, chilli powder, cayenne pepper, salt, black pepper, cumin, and tumeric, but I'd like your bulletproof suggestions.   …