Bulletproof: A Way of Life!
Makers of modern chemical cleaning supplies promise you floors and counters so clean and sterile, you can eat off them.
And while hard to argue with getting rid of germs – it turns out, a little bit of dirt (and the stuff that grows in it) is good for you. Because even though you might think a “spotless” house would be the healthiest place to live, an indoor environment purged of friendly bacteria can end up being a welcome mat for unhealthy microbes.
Instead, just like the right bacteria are essential for a healthy gut, the key to a high-performance indoor environment is living with the right microbes.
How Does Homebiotic Work?
Homebiotic is a bottle of beneficial, living microbes that you spray around your home. The spray is non-toxic, pet-friendly and GMO-free, and contains soil-based organisms that compete with and crowd out bad bacteria.
That means, even if you have humidity, condensation or water damage in your home or office, you’ll have a natural, balanced ecology that helps you perform your best rather than dragging you down. It has a nice citrus-y scent thanks to organic botanical oils, and a single application will cover roughly 1,000 square feet.
Dave Asprey, who put together the documentary Moldy, used to have a number of health problems due to mold. He helped create Homebiotic and uses it in his own house, the biohacking facility, and the Bulletproof Coffee Shop. These places are all covered in this spray at least once every six months to maintain the best possible indoor environment. And one light spray can last up to six months–eliminating musty odors and replacing the beneficial bacteria you need in your living and working space for peak performance. FYI, because of the delicate manufacturing process required to ensure the quality and potency of the bacterial strains in Homebiotic, supplies are always limited.
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Bulletproof Chocolate Truffle Pudding Recipe
Start with raw, low-toxin Chocolate Powder for an instant energy surge. Then add XCT Oil, coconut milk, grass-fed butter and vanilla for a brain-jumpstarting cocktail of healthy fats and antioxidants:
• 3/4 Cup Chocolate Powder
• 4 Cups Full-Fat Coconut Milk, BPA-Free, Divided
• Up to 4 TBS Hardwood Xylitol Or Stevia (To Taste)
• 1 TBS Grass-Fed Gelatin
• 2 Tsp Bulletproof Vanilllamax
• 4 TBS Grass-fed Unsalted Butter
• 1 TBS XCT Oil
• (Optional) 1/4 Cup Macadamia Nuts
Heat 1 cup of the coconut milk, xylitol, and gelatin in a saucepan over medium heat until dissolved.
Place the remaining 3 cups of coconut milk in a blender with the vanilla, chocolate powder, butter, and oil. Blend thoroughly.
Add the hot coconut milk/gelatin mixture to the blender and pulse until mixed, with or without the macadamia nuts.
And you’re done: Just pour the mix out of your blender into muffin tins or ramekins and refrigerate for an hour to cool and set. Top with more nuts (if using).
Then raid the fridge anytime you feel like a guilt-free treat!
I just made this and will be making it again. I didn't put as much sweetener as I should have. Next time will add more (only used 1 1/2 TBS xylitol and a little stevia and "scrimped" on the vanilla....will add more next time :-)).
BTW, since I am not a real truffle fan....too intense a chocolate taste for me....next time I will likely use less chocolate powder and what I have ended up doing w/ the recipe i made this time is concoct an "accessory sauce/topping" made up of full fat coconut milk, xylitol and stevia for sweetener, collagelatin, vanilla extract and vanilla powder, plus a dash of cinnamon and served that with the truffle pudding. Helps balance things out for me, but if you are a truffle person, then you'll probably like the original recipe as is.
"Let food be thy medicine, and medicine be thy food." ~ Hippocrates
"It is health that is real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver." ~ Mahatma Gandhi
"A healthy outside starts from the inside." ~ Robert Urich
"Natural forces within us are the true healers of disease." ~ Hippocrates