Energize your day with TeeChia, a delicious cereal created from nature's own nutritious seeds & fruits that produce lasting energy and satisfaction without the crashes or cravings caused by sugar-packed cereals.
TeeChia blends nutrient-dense super seeds, chia, flax, quinoa, amaranth, ramon & pumpkin, with gluten-free rolled oats, dates and dried fruit. Sweetened only with fruit, TeeChia provides abundant phytonutrients like antioxidants, omega-3 essential fatty acids, soluble and insoluble fiber, vitamins and minerals. In under 1 minute, TeeChia makes a quick and easy wholesome meal.
TeeChia's chia and flax seeds swell when hydrated to create a naturally smooth fiber that has profoundly beneficial effects on your digestive tract. You'll experience the difference TeeChia makes to keep you regular daily.
No Added Sugar
Cranberry Apple Ingredients: Gluten-free rolled oats, organic quinoa seeds, organic amaranth seeds, dates (dates rice flour), roasted almonds, organic milled chia seeds, organic milled flax seeds (golden & brown), organic pumpkin seeds, organic dried cranberries (cranberries, apple juice, sunflower oil), organic apples, organic cinnamon, organic & raw roasted ramón seeds, natural cranberry & apple flavors.
Blueberry Date Ingredients: Gluten-free rolled oats, dates (dates, rice flour), organic quinoa seeds, organic amaranth seeds, organic Zante currants (currants, sunflower oil), organic pumpkin seeds, organic milled chia seeds, organic milled flax seeds (golden & brown), dried blueberries (blueberries, apple juice), organic ramón seeds, natural blueberry flavor.
Packaged in a facility that also handles tree nuts.
Get the best results from TeeChia by activating its unique fiber before eating it. Simply hydrate a serving of TeeChia in a bowl by pouring a small amount of water over it. Water, whether hot or cold, quickly releases the soluble fiber in both chia and flax. We recommend adding milk, yogurt or non-dairy alternatives to TeeChia after it has been soaked because milk or its non-dairy alternative won’t activate the gel as quickly and efficiently as water does.
TO START: Place about 1/2 cup (50g) of TeeChia in a cereal bowl.
HOT: Add 1/2 cup hot water and stir to mix it into TeeChia. Water that has just been boiled will absorb the fastest in under 30 seconds.
COLD: Add 1/3 cup cold water and stir to mix it into TeeChia. Let sit for 1-2 minutes for the water to become absorbed. Note: Less water is used in the cold preparation method as the fiber gel does not form as quickly as it does with hot water.
ADD: Milk, yogurt or any non-dairy alternative. Enjoy TeeChia with fresh fruit and berries for extra sweetness and nutrients. Honey, maple syrup or a natural non-caloric sweetener like stevia can sweeten TeeChia if desired. Juice can be an alternative for milk too!
By: Patricia B from New York, NY on September 27, 2012
"I have work this cereal into my morning routine before going out into the outside world. What a different a cereal can make in my morning, no need to get something from the school coffee shop.
By: Bob Huddleston from Mt Pleasant SC on November 4, 2012
"Taste: Pleasant, not sweet, hint of cinnamon or blueberry. I ate with unsweetened Greek yogurt and frozen blueberries.
Arrived in SC by USPS just days after the order. Best deal because shipping is included.
I plan to order large size in both flavors."
By: Dr Ordered from Bellingham, WA US on February 9, 2013
"I have tried many different foods and supplements to get fiber and have more regular bowels. This product is the only thing that has worked and been gentle enough for me to want to eat it regularly and often. As a bonus- it is delicious!"
By: Mom of 3 from davenport, IA US on April 22, 2013
By: Kelli Livingstone from Warsaw, NY US on July 16, 2013
"Unfortunately this product did not keep me full very long, I was hoping with all of the delicious ingredients that I would be full until lunch, but that was not the case. The taste was very good and I felt that I was feeding my body something healthy"
By: SuperG from Mesa, AZ US on September 8, 2013
By: Pamela Owen from Springfield, OR US on August 8, 2013