MCT Powder vs MCT Oil in Keto Coffee – Our Test Results – Transcript

Between MCT powder vs MCT oil, who will come out the winner?

A few months ago, we tested MCT oil in our coffee, and the results were great. But like always happens, you guys had a lot of questions about MCT oil powder.

We have been promising to test MCT powders for a while, so that is what we did today!

In this post, we test three different popular MCT oil powders and compare their results to our past MCT oil results.

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Apple Cider Vinegar Improves Insulin Sensitivity | How Much to Take

Video | Research | Conclusion | Dosage | Taste Test

We get a lot of questions on Becky’s YouTube channel about apple cider vinegar, and whether apple cider vinegar improves insulin sensitivity.

So we decided to dive into the research and find out what’s what with this amazing concoction.

What we found is pretty interesting!

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Can I Add Stevia to Keto Coffee? Transcript

Summary | Video | Experiment | Conclusion

Can I add stevia in coffee? Will it break a fast?

We’re back on our testing kick, and we can feel it in our fingers!

In the past, we have tested our blood glucose and ketones to see how different things added to our coffee affect our intermittent fast.

We are now working on testing non-noncaloric sweeteners, and we get a ton of questions about stevia. Stevia is a natural type of sweetener since it is from a leaf.

In this post, we discuss whether it is okay or not okay to add stevia to keto coffee.

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Sweeteners in Coffee & Fasting Round 2! Erythritol, Monk Fruit, Xylitol, Allulose

Jump to: Erythritol Conclusion | Monk Fruit Conclusion | Xylitol Conclusion | Allulose Conclusion | Final Results | More Coffee Tests

We are back doing more testing on sweeteners in coffee and their effect on fasting.

In this post, we tested erythritol, monk fruit, xylitol, and allulose in our coffee. We want to see how these sweeteners will affect our blood ketones and blood glucose, and determine if they will break an intermittent fast.

Here are the results!

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Sweeteners in Coffee & Intermittent Fasting? We Ran the Tests!

Sweeteners in coffee and their effect on intermittent fasting. Is it good or bad?

In this post, we test our blood glucose and ketone levels to find out if adding non-caloric sweeteners, like stevia, Sweet’N’Low, Equal, and Splenda to your morning coffee will break an intermittent fast?

Spoiler Alert: If you are a fan of artificial sweeteners, you may not be happy with some of our results.

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Can I Have Half & Half in Coffee When Fasting? We Ran the Tests!

We ran a test to discover if adding half & half to our morning coffee will break a fast.

In this post, we share the results along with our testing methods and materials.

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