Tag: Mycotoxins

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Which Beef is Best: Wagyu, Aged, or Grass-Fed?

Have you tried Japanese wagyu beef? It is a type of beef designed to melt in your mouth because the...

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Why Bulletproof Coffee Is Not Certified Organic

A lot of people ask whether or not Bulletproof Coffee is organic. The short answer is that it’s not certified,...

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The Complete Bulletproof Guide to Gluten and Grains

The Bulletproof Diet isn’t big on most grains. That can be a tough pill to swallow if you’re new to...

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Soy – The Good, The Bad, and The Fermented

For nearly 40 years, soy was one of the biggest health foods in the world. Vegetarians lauded it as a...

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Here’s A Closer Look at Grass-Fed Beef

When you use the Bulletproof Diet Roadmap (hopefully printed for free here and on your fridge!), you can see that grass-fed beef knocks grain-fed beef...

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How Bulletproof Coffee Helps Low Carb Paleo Dry Eyes

Just about any coffee can stop dry eyes in two ways: 1.  Bad coffee tastes bad and has toxins in...

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Another Reason Wheat Destroys Your Performance

When you look at biochemistry, it really is amazing that people still think of wheat as a food. Besides lectins,...

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The Neuroscientific Way to Be More Bulletproof with Caffeine

When it comes to being Bulletproof, eating is only a small part of what you can do to perform better....