Does having a “bullet proof coffee” break my fast?

Does having a “bullet proof coffee” break my fast?

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  1. No, the goal of the high fats and caffeine in a Bulletproof coffee is to enable you to extend your fast.
    Your body receives the fats and has a sense of fullness with the caffeine adding to a reduced appetite much like older diet pills.

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  2. Yes. Coconut oil is fat which has calories. This will activate the digestive process. Fasting is when the digestive process stops. If you do anything to create digestion, your fast will be broken.

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  3. It does!
    The effects of having BPC are fasting-like, but many who get into fasting say that anything not water will brake it.
    For me it looks like fasting is 100% effective, having only tea or coffee means you drop the number to 90% & adding fat products brings it to 80%. These are not the correct numbers, but rather illustrates how the fasting effects take place. I’d suggest looking into what Dr Rhonda Patrick has to say on this 🙂

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  4. It definitely does because there is calories in that drink. It is described as a high calorie drink. Definitely stay away from this during your fasting time.
    On the other hand, enjoy the heck out of it during your times of eating.

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