Why Butter Is Commonly Added to Coffee

Butter coffee wasn't left behind in the early 2000s low-carb fad. TikTok creator @ryantagcoffee put butter to espresso, 

while YouTuber @bell.annabell swirled it into hot coffee.

 Butter coffee aficionados say it helps them lose weight and think clearly. Butter coffee, like viral butter candles, is controversial.

Butter coffee has long been appreciated in Singapore, Northern India, Ethiopia, Tibet, and Vietnam.

 This drink became popular in the U.S. around 2009. According to legend, entrepreneur Dave Asprey invented Bulletproof coffee (unsalted grass-fed butter, MCT oil, and coffee) after tasting yak butter-flavored coffee in Tibet. 

Asprey's recipe and Bulletproof products promise a rich, creamy drink with many health advantages. Are these assertions valid?

Buttery coffee is appealing because of its fat. Fat slows digestion and makes you feel full, which could slow caffeine absorption. 

Butter from grass-fed cows contains omega-3s, vitamin A, and conjugated linoleic acids.

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