After what felt like endless discussions about whether BPC is a drink or in fact food, we have not come to a conclusion yet. I think it matters only if you are actively fasting, and what kind of fast you do. If you do a water fast, then BPC is maybe not an ideal breakfast.
Anyway... I have decided to give BPC another try. I don't think I am getting enough fat in my current diet, so I will incorporate BPC for a week to see if drinking it in the morning makes a difference. This morning I did not notice a difference. The BPC did not keep me fuller for longer as the holy internet promises, and I felt hungry by around half nine. Not a great start but maybe I have to get used to it first. Talking about getting used to it. I think I might add some flavour to the coffee tomorrow as I find it rather bland. Maybe some cinammon or nutmeg. The world is my oyster so to speak.
On another note, I have bought chocolate spread... yes, you read this correctly. Jim Jam's 83% less sugar chocolate spread with maltitol. Maltitol being a sugar alcohol should (!!) not affect my insulin level. However the internet gives a range of different opinions, so like with everything in Keto, experimenting is the only way of finding out if it is for me. So wish me luck :) .
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