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Sustained Energy Cereal

Energize your day with TeeChia, a delicious, nutrient-dense cereal made with six organic super seeds – chia, flax, quinoa, amaranth, ramón and pumpkin – blended with gluten-free rolled oats and sweetened purely
with fruits. Try it today!

Inspiration born from need

While searching for a nutrient-dense breakfast that would be ready to eat in moments and that could easily be prepared even in a hotel room, Caroline was inspired to create TeeChia. A bowl of TeeChia produces lasting energy, satiety (satisfying fullness), and has profoundly beneficial effects on your digestive tract. With a full spectrum of antioxidants, plant-based phytonutrients, omega-3 fatty acids, soluble & insoluble fiber, vitamins, and minerals, TeeChia makes a quick and easy wholesome meal for busy people on-the-go.

Enjoy a healthy breakfast that contains:

  • Antioxidant-rich seeds & fruits
  • 6g fiber
  • 28g whole grains
  • 6-7g protein
  • 1200mg ALA omega-3 fatty acids
  • Gluten free ingredients
  • No added sugar
  • Natural sweetness from fruit

What are super seeds?

Seeds are the powerhouses of life. They are nature’s databank for the entire DNA genome of the plant-to-be. The promise of new life is compressed into tiny kernels that burst open under the right conditions with the miracle of a sprout.

Nature produces seeds in great abundance, guaranteeing the continuation of life. Seeds have a higher quantity and quality of nutrients than other foods because they contain everything a young sprout needs to sustain life and begin growth.

Super seeds are super foods that humans have eaten from the very earliest moments of foraging. They empower cellular energy production and nourish good health with their phytonutrients, vitamins and minerals, protein, carbohydrates, essential fatty acids and antioxidants. When you eat super seeds, every bite you take and every calorie you consume delivers the nutrition your body requires for optimal health.

Preparing TeeChia

We highly recommend soaking TeeChia in water before eating to release its soluble fiber to form a gel that binds its flakes, nuts and fruits together. It creates a smooth bulk that promotes regularity when eaten daily. TeeChia swells when soaked and continues to absorb more water in your stomach, helping to keep you hydrated for hours. The hydrous gel helps to form a soft stool that is easy to eliminate.

Get the best results from TeeChia by activating its unique fiber before eating it. Soaking TeeChia in a small amount of water, whether hot or cold, quickly releases the soluble fiber in both chia and flax.


  1. Place 1/2 cup of TeeChia in a bowl.
  2. Add ½ cup hot water or 1/4 cup cold water to activate the soluble fiber.
  3. Stir and let soak until water is absorbed (ready in less than one minute).
  4. Add milk, yogurt, kefir or any nondairy alternative.

We recommend adding milk, yogurt, or non-dairy alternatives to TeeChia after it has been soaked in water. They make delicious additions to TeeChia so you can enjoy a bowl of TeeChia any way you prefer to eat cereal.

Adding protein to TeeChia

Add the following high protein foods to your bowl of TeeChia to boost the protein content:


  • ½ cup Greek yogurt = 10-15g protein
  • ½ cup goat milk kefir = 8g protein
  • 1 soft boiled or poached egg = 6g protein (yummy over Cranberry Apple!)

    Nuts & Seeds:
  • 1 rounded Tbsp (10g) pistachios, dry roasted = 2.6g protein
  • 1 rounded Tbsp (10g) diced almonds, dry roasted = 2.1g protein
  • 1 rounded Tbsp (10g) sunflower seeds = 2.1g protein
  • 1 rounded Tbsp (10g) cashew pieces, raw = 1.8g protein
  • 1 rounded Tbsp (10g) diced walnuts, raw = 1.5g protein
  • 1 rounded Tbsp (10g) hazelnuts, raw = 1.5g protein
  • 1 rounded Tbsp (10g) pine nuts = 1.4g protein
  • 1 rounded Tbsp (10g) diced pecans, raw = 0.9g protein

Add more antioxidants to TeeChia

ORAC score of fruits & berries:*
¼ cup blueberries: 2,335
¼ cup raspberries: 2,533
¼ cup strawberries, chopped: 2,151
¼ cup pomegranate kernels: 2,240

*ORAC is a standardized test for antioxidant activity in the foods we eat.