sWheaties =Sugar-Free, Gluten-Free, Nutritional-Powerhouse Teff-Wheat Snacks

For details about teff’s nutrient composition & health benefits, here’s a 2014 academic working paper by Kaleab Baye (College of Natural Sciences, Addis Ababa University) published by the International Food Policy Research Institute:


For details about the health benefits associated with whole grains in general, here’s a peer-reviewed, scientific article from the March 2011 Journal of Nutrition:


Here’s an informative, non-technical article about whole grains at the Center for Nutrition Studies by Marilyn S. Radke:

Whole Grains: Good or Bad?

Here’s an informative, non-technical article about resistant starch & why it is so good for you by Ryan Andrews at Precision Nutrition:


Here’s an informative, non-technical article about teff (including links to recipes that incorporate it for bread, crepes, waffles, & porridge) by the Oldways Whole Grains Council:


Direct links to the 3 main ingredients in my sWheatie recipe:




Unfortunately Trader Joe’s website does not contain a page dedicated to their delicious Baker Josef’s organic coconut flour, which boosts the iron content for me. As noted in my video, this ingredient should be considered optional, as it makes the texture more powdery, & makes the flavor less like Cracker Jack.

Another healthy optional ingredient I forgot to show is chia seeds.

I can’t resist noting the ingredients of famous breakfast-cereal Wheaties by General Mills: whole-grain wheat, sugar, salt, corn syrup, trisodium phosphate, butylated hydroxytoluene, & a bunch of synthetic vitamins/minerals to make it seem as if they’re healthy. I got this from an online photo of the box label & a lunch menu at Harvard University:


Here’s my chocolate-recipe video, from which I derived my sWheaties:

And finally, here’s a link to Hard Bod Cafe by PJ Glassey (my own personal «Yeahbuddy» man) that has yummy/healthy «recipes for success»:


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