What makes coffee a superfood?

I love coffee, but so many factors go into getting that perfect cup. I hear myself telling people this a LOT about so many foods we consume. I am here with bad and good news, please send me messages with questions, I am here to help.

Have you ever had a cup of coffee that made you feel horrible? Jitters, headaches, nausea, upset stomach, or just not normal? Well, there's a LOT you don't know about what goes into that cup of joe. 


Do you know how coffee is made?

Studies like this one show that there are more chemicals in your coffee than in a pharmacy.

Most coffee beans are rinsed with water and sat out in the sun to dry or crushed to ferment. During these types of processing they can end up with Mycotoxins and Mold. Both are no bueno for the body. Side effects of drinking mold & toxic coffee can be different for all of us.

The difference between Bulletproof Coffee and other beans is the quality and their 3rd party lab testing. Bulletproof Beans undergo a stringent quality control process, so they don’t contain the mold toxins and pesticides that can tank your energy and focus.

I am NOT saying you HAVE to only drink Bulletproof Beans, I just know they don't hurt me like other coffee does, and honestly I just do not want to risk other coffee because I feel so good. 

Why I drink Bulletproof Upgraded Coffee Beans

They are meticulously grown at high altitude, hand-harvested, carefully processed, handled and roasted to maintain maximum integrity and flavor. The final roast then undergoes proprietary lab testing to verify that their coffee meets the Bulletproof quality and purity standards.

Just like wine comes from the best grapes, coffee needs to be hand picked for quality. Coffee CAN be a superfood,  learn about ALL the benefits of coffee here 

The trick is you HAVE TO DRINK COFFEE WITH FAT!!! That's why you feel so dang good on Bulletproof!

How to find clean coffee sources?

  • Choose coffee that is grown in Central America
  • Choose coffee that has not been sprayed with pesticides and chemicals
  • Choose coffee grown in higher altitudes
  • Choose small batched coffee
  • Choose beans that are processed right after picking vs laid out to dry growing mold when fermenting 
  • Always choose coffee that is sustainably grown 

Want to learn more about Bulletproof Coffee, check out my recipe here.