How to Start the Bulletproof Diet in 10 Easy Steps


– [Narrator] 10 steps
to eating Bulletproof. One, eliminate sugar. Sugar comes in many hidden forms, including fruit juice, sports drinks, and even sauces and salad dressings. Even naturally-derived sweeteners
like honey, maple syrup, and agave can mess with your
blood sugar and make you fat. Two, replace sugar with the right fats. Replacing sweeteners with healthy fats, like grass-fed butter, ghee,
Brain Octane Oil, XCT Oil, cocoa butter, and coconut
oil reduces cravings, and gives you more energy. Avoid bad fats like corn,
soy, and canola oil, and unstable polyunsaturated fats, like walnut, flax, and peanut oil. (upbeat music) Three, switch to grass-fed
meat and wild caught seafood. The quality of your food matters. Choose pastured, grass-fed meat, like beef, lamb, and bison. Pastured eggs, pork, chicken, turkey, and duck also make good
clean sources of protein. Eat significant amounts
of fish and other seafood, but make sure your fish
is wild, never farmed. Four, remove grains and gluten. Wheat is a particularly
important grain to avoid because of the many
negative effects of gluten, a protein found in wheat and other grains. But, this category also
includes corn, oats, barley, and other cereal grains. Five, eliminate all synthetic
additives, colorings, and flavorings. This includes aspartame, MSG, dyes, and artificial flavorings. Six, eliminate legumes. This includes peanuts, beans, and lentils. If you must have beans, soak, sprout, or ferment,
and cook them yourself. Seven, remove all processed, homogenized, and pasteurized dairy. Most dairy products
contain casein and lactose, two compounds that cause inflammation and digestive distress in many people. Grass-fed butter has much lower
levels of casein and lactose because of the churning process, which removes the buttermilk
from the butterfat. Most people feel a lot
better removing milk, cheese, and other dairy products entirely, but if you want to keep
some dairy products, opt for full-fat, raw
dairy from grass-fed cows. Eight, switch to organic
fruits and vegetables. This is more important for
some plants than others. You can find a full updated list from the Environmental Working Group. Nine, cook your food gently. Smoking, frying, and grilling can damage the proteins in your meat and produce carcinogens
that adhere to the surface. Best to cook your food slow and low, at or under about 320 degrees Fahrenheit. Do not use microwaves or fry your food. 10, limit fruit consumption. Limit to one to two servings per day. Fruits are not vegetables. Favor low fructose-containing
fruits like berries and lemons over higher sugar fruits
like watermelon and apples. Learn more at blog.bulletproof.com.

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