Boost Your Day & Reap Health Benefits In 1 Cup

A few months back I decided to break up with coffee. The main reason behind this decision was because I wanted to eliminate almost everything and anything that could have been causing my face to breakout. I knew coffee wasn’t the main reason but it was for certain irritating and disrupting my gut, causing dysbiosis, inflammation, and redness/swelling of acne. I still have a cup of coffee every now and then but it is no longer a part of my daily routine. Instead, I found the magic and goodness of Matcha. Since discovering my love for Matcha and noticing a difference in not only my skin but overall health, I have upgraded my cup with other ingredients that also complement the benefits of Matcha.

Vital Protein Matcha Collagen

VP was genius and combined the health boosting components of Matcha and Collagen. I am so happy. Aside from the great taste of Matcha, there are an insane amount of health benefits from both sources including:


  • Promotes bone, joint, skin, hair and nail health
  • Increase of energy naturally without a crash
  • Detoxifying
  • Boosts metabolism
  • Rich in fibre, vitamins
  • High in protein and works to heal the gut

Bulletproof Brain Octane

What is this you ask? Brain Octane Oil is a unique new supplement that claims to be 18x more potent than coconut oil at delivering brain-boosting caprylic fatty acids into your body. Caprylic fatty acids are thought to be responsible for cognitive energy, focus, concentration, and reduced “brain fog”. Additional benefits:

  • Reliable and quick source of energy from fat not sugar
  • Helps your body burn fat
  • Supports cognitive performance
  • Quality fats that don’t weigh you down
  • Distilled from 100% pure coconut oil


Not only is cinnamon delicious, it has health benefits too!

  • Antioxidant
  • Natural antimicrobial properties
  • Blood sugar regulation
  • Protects against diabetes and diseases

If you’re not about that Matcha life quite yet, try cinnamon in your coffee in replace of sugar, it is shown to boost satiety and mimic sweetness.

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