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    Bulletproof coffee, blended with coconut oil and butter, has gained popularity in recent years, particularly among low-carb and biohacking advocates. Biz Carson/Business Insider Bulletproof Coffee with butter and coconut oil is touted for energy and weight loss benefits.  Some research suggests it can boost metabolism and regulate appetite and insulin levels.  There's no evidence it's better than regular coffee and a good breakfast, and it may have side effects.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Bulletproof Coffee has been a persistent trend over the past several years, praised for its alleged benefits for energy, mental focus, appetite suppression and an overall productivity boost.  The fad calls for mixing high-quality coffee with butter from grass-fed cows, along with another type of fat called MCT oil, derived from coconut oil and palm oil. MCT stands for medium chain triglycerides, a kind of easily-digestible fatty acid.  The Bulletproof Coffee phenomenon began in 2010, when tech executive turned biohacking entrepreneur Dave Asprey posted a recipe for it online. According to Asprey, the drink is based on Tibetan yak butter tea he drank while...
    Amid pandemic suffering, Latinos grapple with sharp rise in opioid overdoses Newsom has names in mind to appoint African American woman to Senate © Getty Images THE RATINGS GAME Load Error J.M. Smucker Co. thinks many workers will keep using their home offices even after the COVID-19 pandemic, which will continue to benefit that company’s coffee and peanut butter businesses. Smucker talked up its forecast during its earnings call in late February, as well as at other events since. “In general, management believes J.M. Smucker is positioned well because of its breakfast and lunch exposure given that it is more likely people will work from home on a more frequent basis,” wrote Bank of America analysts in a note following meetings with Chief Executive Mark Smucker and other executives last week. Bank of America rates Smucker stock neutral with a $124 price objective. See: Target to launch another food and beverage brand in April, Favorite Day During the earnings call, Smucker got specific about items that will get a boost. “Approximately half the U.S. workforce is expected to work remotely on a part- or full-time basis post-pandemic...
    Teachers should be next in COVID-19 vaccine schedule, CDC says. Can a shot reopen schools? These were our 10 most popular posts of 2020 Things To Learn: Notre Dame’s ‘bread and butter,’ and its latest TEs, possibly Alabama’s weakness The College Football Playoff is not about narrative, though plenty will assuredly follow Notre Dame no matter Friday’s result. © Getty Images It is not about washing out “a bad taste in our mouth since that ‘18” Playoff game, as fifth-year quarterback Ian Book acknowledged this week, though the No. 4 Irish would gladly leave the No. 1 Tide looking for some soap entering the offseason. No, the Playoff semifinal is about rebounding from a loss to one of college football’s all-time great individual players with a victory against one of its all-time best offenses. That will not be a small task for Notre Dame, but it also would not be a reasonable one for any team in the country, such is the divide between Clemson and Alabama and the rest of college football. “We truly have an opportunity, and...
    First otter trapping season opens in South Dakota Heres where the jobs are — in one chart Hersheys says chocolate and peanut butter are booming, pushing its profits past $500 million — but social distancing means people arent buying its gum or breath mints © Scott Olson/Getty Images Scott Olson/Getty Images Hershey's sold 15.7% more baking products such as chocolate chips and peanut butter in the three months to September 30 compared to the previous quarter, it said Friday. Because of that, and because of Halloween candy sales, Hershey's profits rose 13.9% year-on-year to $543.3 million, it said. Sales of chocolate and salty snacks rose around 10%, but demand for gum and mints plummeted thanks to social distancing.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Hershey's sales shot up in the three months to September 30 as more people bought candy, chocolate, and baking products during lockdown, it said Friday. Load Error Sales of Hershey's baking products — including peanut butter, syrup, chocolate chips, and cocoa powder — rose 15.7% across North America in the quarter,...
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