100 Days of Healthy: Day 35

Here’s a great morning coffee alternative without the sugar and caffeine that comes with, well, real coffee.

It tastes very close to coffee, it’s filling and seems to trick my body into thinking I might’ve just had a coffee.

coffee

Drink…
Coffee:

Ingredients–

  • Teeccino Coffee comes in a “tea” bag, caffeine free and tastes fairly similar to coffee
  • 1 tbsp real butter
  • 1 tbsp coconut milk
  • a pinch of vanilla

I recently discovered a coffee shop called “Butter It Up” which is Paleo-ish friendly. NOT that I’m promoting the Paleo Diet, but this is definitely a healthy way to make coffee (gluten, sugar, caffeine free) and it doesn’t taste any different from the “unhealthy” way to make coffee, especially if you use actual coffee beans instead of Teeccino. The butter adds healthy fat, and combined with coconut milk and vanilla tastes like adding sugar and creamer to your coffee. SO worth it. Enjoy!

Update: This is a great article as to why putting butter in your coffee is on the up and up, and why it’s healthier as well: 5 Reasons Why Everyone is Suddenly Putting Butter In Their Coffee

For those who haven’t seen my original post on #100DaysOfHealthy, I have a list containing 11 items, and I plan to start each item on a new week and report back the changes I see throughout that week. Once I start an item on the list, I will continue it until the 100 days is over. Hopefully each item will become a lifestyle change if I think it’s worthy.

#100DaysOfHealthy
1. Drink the correct amount of water daily 
2. Cut out sugar
3. Eat 5 servings of vegetables a day
4. Go to the chiropractor bi-weekly
5. Breastfeed
6. Take supplements
7. Oil pulling
8. Bye-bye caffeine
9. Eat only lean meats
10. Light exercise at least 20 minutes a day
11. Make and drink healthy smoothies/juices

 

One thought on “100 Days of Healthy: Day 35

  1. I just talked about butter in coffee with a friend the other day. She absolutely loves it. I am not a coffee drinker (and am not on a healthy enough diet to necessitate putting butter in my coffee), but maybe I will have to try it sometime. 🙂

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