The revolutionary cereal that keeps you and all morning long is here! Watch Caroline MacDougall introduce this new super seeds cereal.

Available in Blueberry Date and Cinnamon Cranberry – try both flavors today for lasting energy and satisfaction! 

TeeChia, a High Performance Super Seeds Cereal

  • Gluten Free
  • No Sugar Added
  • 6mg Fiber
  • 26g Whole Grains
  • 1100mg ALA Omega-3 Fatty Acids
  • Antioxident-Rich Seeds & Fruits

Available in two delicious flavors, TeeChia is a high performance, gluten-free cereal made from super seeds that produces lasting energy, satiety (satisfying fullness), and regularity. Caroline MacDougall created TeeChia to be a quick and easy wholesome meal for busy people on-the-go, who want to get a full spectrum of antioxidants, omega-3 essential fatty acids, soluble and insoluble fiber, and vitamins and minerals in their breakfast.

Eat TeeChia Daily To Experience Its Benefits
Especially in the beginning, eat TeeChia for several consecutive days to experience the full benefits of its effect on your energy, appetite and digestive tract. You may notice differences immediately, but it can also take a few days to discover all the ways TeeChia improves your energy and your health. Watch for these signs of TeeChia’s benefits at work:

  • Lasting energy all morning long
  • Satiety (satisfying fullness)
  • Improved moods and mental capabilities
  • More endurance when you exercise
  • Better recovery after exercise
  • Lessened desire to snack
  • Cravings for sweets decreased
  • Regular and easy bowel movements

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2 comments

  1. Just wanted to check something with you, based on recent blog posts...I have read people are eating this cereal warm...I just wanted to make sure that everyone knows that warm is ok, but HOT is NOT...Flax oil turns into trans fat when heated at high temperatures...so if warm water is being poured into the cereal, no problem, but if it is boiling water, probably not the best idea...
    As for the cookie recipe, I have inquired and basically an oven temperature at 350 and below is thought to be safe, so no problem there!

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    1. Hi Robyn,
      There is no flax oil added to TeeChia and my experience of adding hot water to TeeChia is that the cereal itself doesn't get hotter than you can easily taste it at. So I'm not concerned about making TeeChia with hot water, but if you are, cold water works great too!

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