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Celebrated Paleo Writer and Advocate Tina Turbin Speaks Out About the Health Benefits of Bulletproof, Toxin-Free Coffee and Releases Her Own Highly Anticipated Dairy-Free

August 9, 2014

Tina Turbin of PaleOmazing.com Recommends Bulletproof Coffee for Leaning Out on a Paleo, High-Fat Diet

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 09, 2014

The celebrated author and paleo, gluten-free advocate Tina Turbin (http://www.PaleOmazing.com) is raising awareness about bulletproof coffee, one of the latest paleo diet crazes, as a powerful way to lean out. What’s more, Turbin has released her very own dairy-free recipe for bulletproof coffee to the delight of the paleo and gluten-free community.

Bulletproof coffee is essentially black, toxin-free coffee blended with grass-fed butter and medium-chain triglycerides (MCT) oil, designed by Dave Asprey, the founder of Bulletproof Executive, to “supercharge your brain function and create effortless fat loss with no cravings.” According to Bulletproof Exec.com, “Starting your day with grass-fed butter will give you lots of energy and it will give your body healthy fats that it will use to make cell walls and hormones.”

In her articles and eBooks, Turbin writes prolifically about the health benefits of good oils such as coconut oils, MCT, grass-fed butter (or ghee, for those who are dairy-sensitive) and others, which include weight loss, lowered risk for age-related diseases, and higher energy levels.

“Bulletproof-style coffee has proven, once again, how a paleo, ample fat diet can help people of all ages lean out their bodies and improve their health,” Turbin says. “It’s become an important part of my own daily health regimen, and I hope others who adopt it into their morning routine reap the benefits.”

On her blog at PaleOmazing.com, Turbin has released her research and recommendations about drinking toxin-free coffee. She recommends her Tina’s Bulletproof Coffee Recipe, a dairy-free alternative to Asprey’s version, as part of a regimen for staying lean on a gluten-free paleo diet. Turbin adds that people with adrenal, cortisol, heart, or health issues should consult with their physician about drinking bulletproof coffee or changing their diet. “My purpose with these blog posts is to continue to educate people about the benefits of eating a diet high in healthy fats. A bulletproof makeover to your morning cup of coffee is an easy and delicious way to make your diet more paleo.”

Turbin, diagnosed with celiac disease many years ago, has experienced many positive changes since becoming what she calls “paleo-ish” and has authored dozens of eBooks on the paleo and gluten-free diet. PaleOmazing.com is one of the leading resource websites for the gluten-free and paleo community. In a passionate, clear style, Turbin’s website recommends the paleo lifestyle as a powerful way to take control of one’s health and lose weight.

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ABOUT TINA TURBIN: Tina Turbin is a renowned, multi-award-winning author, baker and cook. Turbin is a well-known celiac advocate who researches and writes about the benefits of the gluten-Free, paleo-ish and keto diets and is the award-winning recipe developer and owner of Paleomazing.com. Tina has released award-winning eBooks, multi award-winning children’s titles and thousands of articles. Tina also founded GlutenFreeHelp.info, voted #2 .info site in the world in 2009 out of over 6.7 million other .info sites, which she turned over to her celiac daughter, Miranda Jade Turbin, in 2012. Turbin is the renowned author of the multi-award-winning children’s book, audiobook, DVD and apps under the titles, Danny the Dragon Meets Jimmy and Danny Dreams.

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