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3 Reasons To Add Coconut Oil To Your Coffee

Metabolism Boosting Coconut Oil Coffee – A healthy way to enjoy your morning cup of joe!

Metabolism Boosting Coconut Oil Coffee


This may not surprise you, but I put coconut oil in my coffee. It’s delicious! But I don’t do it just for it’s yummy-ness. Coconut oil gives me Super-Mama Powers! For realz. Coconut oil gives me a boost in energy and helps me to fight all the super germs I come in contact everyday when taking care of my Coconut Babies.

3 Reasons To Add Coconut Oil To Your Coffee

1. Coconut Oil Increases Your Energy

Coconut_Oil_Coffee_RecipeAs I mentioned above, coconut oil gives you energy! How does this work? Well, coconut oil is made up of MCTs (Medium Chain Triglycerides). MCTs are more rapidly absorbed by the body and are quickly metabolized as fuel (not stored as fat).

2. Coconut Oil Speeds Up The Metabolism 

When you eat MTCs (like in coconut oil) this results in accelerated metabolic conversion! That is, instead of being stored as fat, the calories contained in MCTs are very efficiently converted into fuel for immediate use by the body. According to this study, researchers assembled 40 female volunteers between the ages of 20 and 40 who suffered from abdominal obesity. Over a 12-week period, the women were given a daily dietary supplement comprising of 30 millimeters of either soybean oil or coconut oil. At the end of the 12-week study, the researchers found that the women who were given the coconut oil experienced a significant reduction in both BMI and waist circumference, as well as an increase in “good” HDL cholesterol. These results were not found in the group that was given soybean oil. “It appears that dietetic supplementation with coconut oil does not cause dyslipidemia and seems to promote a reduction in abdominal obesity,”.

3. Coconut Oil Boosts The Immune System

Almost 50% of the fatty acids in coconut oil is Lauric Acid (aka the super healthy fats found in human breast milk). Lauric acid is potent in antimicrobial properties. According to WebMD lauric acid is used for treating, “viral infections including influenza (the flu); swine flu; avian flu; the common cold; fever blisters, cold sores, and genital herpes caused by herpes simplex virus (HSV); genital warts caused by human papillomavirus (HPV); and HIV/AIDS. It is also used for preventing the transmission of HIV from mothers to children.”

Now that you know how amazing coconut oil is for your health let me show you how to make taste fabulous in your coffee!

Coconut Oil Coffee Recipe

Tools: You’re going to need a blender and your favorite coffee cup.

Ingredients: Coffee (preferably organic) and a teaspoon or two of coconut oil. Note: You can use coffee substitutes like Dandy Blend in the recipes instead.

Optional ingredients: Stevia, honey, coconut sugar, gelatin (superfood and protein), vanilla, peppermint, whatever you like.

The method: Carefully pour your coffee into your blender cup. Add coconut oil and any other goodies you want (I add a tablespoon of gelatin and a teaspoon of raw honey). Place the lid on your blender then blend up your coffee. You’ll notice that the coconut oil and coffee will froth up, all fancy like! Way better than Starbucks guys! Once blended, pour it into your cup and get your drink on.


Start Your Day Right with Skinny Coconut Oil

Have you ever put coconut oil in your coffee?  It may just be the boost you need get off on the right foot or for an extra kick later in the day!

Coffee with coconut oil not only helps you be more focused and alert, but can also help you lose weight and boost your metabolism.  What more could you ask for in a drink?  Almost forgot, it also tastes great!


Coconut oil is mostly made up of medium chain fatty acids (MCFA).  These are processed directly by your liver, reducing the necessity for glucose production and not allowing the fat to be stored.  MCFA-rich diets have also been shown to increase energy expenditure and metabolic rates. MCFAs, when processed by the liver, also produce ketones, which can be used by most cells in the body for energy, especially in the brain.

Coconut Oil Coffee

When you drink coconut oil in coffee you’re not only getting your heart pumping, but you’re also giving your brain and your metabolism a boost. It’s a win-win-win.

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Coconut oil and coffee can be prepared in many different ways.  Whether it’s the amount of oil, how to mix all the ingredients or type of coffee, there’s no wrong answer. It really comes down to personal preference, but here are how some other coconut coffee lovers are enjoying this tasty concoction:


Wellness Mama

  • 1 cup organic coffee
  • 1 tablespoon coconut oil, or more
  • 1 teaspoon organic grass fed unsalted butter
  • ¼ teaspoon vanilla
  • Blend all the ingredients for 20 seconds and drink immediately after.

The Life

  • Put your coconut oil into a cup (2 tablespoons, but start with less at first)
  • Add hot coffee or espresso, tea is also an option
  • Stir, sip, and enjoy

Cape Cod Coffee Blog

  • Two brewed cups of coffee
  • 3 tablespoons coconut oil
  • 3 tablespoons half and half or milk of choice
  • One tablespoon honey
  • Half cup of ice
  • Blend well and drink

Bulletproof Coffee

  • 2-6 tablespoons of unsalted, grass-fed butter
  • 1-2 tablespoons of MCT oil (or coconut oil)
  • 2 cups of hot coffee brewed with low-toxin coffee beans

Kick things up a notch by frothing your coffee with a Vitamix or Nutri Bullet blender. We recommend low toxin, Upgraded Self coffee or Kicking Horse Coffee and Kerrygold unsalted, grass-fed butter.