for coffee, you want single origin coffee, preferably grown over 5000 ft, that has been water processed, is organic blah blah blah. there's a couple of locals that fit the bill, the one i'm going with at the moment is http://www.saltspringcoffee.com/product/peru/
salt spring has 2 varieties that fit the bill but the peru one is my fave. there's another brand that's good but i forget its name, i'll pass it on next time
MCT oil you can get at most good health/fitness/vitamin type stores - its centrifuged coconut oil, which makes it 20x stronger; it has no taste though, its just oily.
Most importantly, grass fed organic butter. you're shit outta luck in vancouver for grass fed butter, if you cross the border you should get kerrygold butter at traderjoes or something. best we can do here is a brand called Ancestre, they have an organic unsalted product that is mostly grass fed, but its still not the same.
so you get 500ml coffee, 30 ml mct, 2 tablespoons butter (or more) and blend it up and taht's breakfast - tastiest coffee i've ever had, will kill your appetite until the afternoon, and will seriously keep you awake and on the ball for hours, there's something about the good butter molecules bonding with the caffeine better or some such, and the mct oil is great for brain activities etc. also proper grass fed butter is a Very Good Thing, not like normal butter - i dunno, the science side of it is a bit beyond me but its all there if you want to research. there's a whole diet and stuff behind it, the coffee is step 1 but i wish i'd tried it ages ago, i noticed a change from day 1 (oh but maybe start with a bit less mct oil, maybe about half, 15ml or so - it can be a bit harsh until your system gets used to it)
you really should listen to the podcast if you're interested - http://podcasts.joerogan.net/podcast...y-brian-redban