Bioflavia Blog

Hello and welcome to our Bioflavia blog. Here we will be talking and sharing all things Bioflavia!

Over the coming weeks we will be sharing recipes, uploading pictures and videos, and letting you see just how versatile and amazing this super fruit really is…

Have a look at the video below, and you will get to see a bit of where this fantastic grape skin product comes from.

Interview with Bill Redelmeier of Southbrook Vineyard

Please feel free to add your comments, and also share your own Bioflavia recipes.


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  • mark

    Foods that fight Cancer – You’ve come to the right place.

    Another great review here:

  • mark

    Great review! “Suzie the Foodie” enjoying Bioflavia part 1

  • mark

    Bioflavia Chocolate Chip and oatmeal cookies.

    Suzie’s review part 2

  • bioadmin

    I came across a list of some of our favorite foods showing their fibre content.
    Have a read through it below.
    Two teaspoons of Bioflavia (10g) contains 4g of fibre. It is interesting to see how much of each of these other foods that you have to eat to get the same amount of fibre.

    Wholemeal bread (contains all parts of the milled wheat grain): 2.2g fibre per slice
    Granary bread (made with brown flour with added malted whole grains): 1.7g fibre per slice
    Ciabatta: 1.5g fibre per small chunk
    Bagel: 1.4g fibre each
    Ryvita: 1.4g fibre each
    Brown bread (white bread with added bran): 1.3g fibre per slice
    White bread: 0.8g fibre per slice


    Beans and pulses
    Broad beans: 16g 50g dried
    Baked beans: 14g per 400g tin
    Red kidney beans: 12.4g per 400g tin
    Butter beans: 8g per 50g dry weight
    Chickpeas: 8g per 400g tin
    Soya beans: 7.8g per 50g dry weight
    Lentils (brown and green): 4.4g per 50g dry weight
    Hummus: 3g per 25g
    Lentils (red): 2.5g per 50g dry weight
    Brown rice: 0.9g fibre per 50g dry weight

    Breakfast cereals
    Shredded Wheat (two biscuits): 4.4g **
    All Bran: 7.3g per 30g serving **
    Weetabix (two biscuits): 2.9g
    Bran flakes: 3.9g per 30g serving
    Fruit and fibre: 2.1g per 30g serving
    Special K: 0.6g per 30g serving
    Rice Crispies: 0.2g per 30g serving
    Cornflakes: 0.3g per 30g serving

    Avocado (medium): 5.2g each
    Peas – canned or frozen: 5.1g per 100g
    Peas – fresh: 4.7g per 100g
    Okra: 4g per 100g
    Parsnips: 4.6g per 100g
    Sprouts: 4.1g per 100g
    Celeriac: 3.7g per 100g
    Kale: 3.1g per 100g
    Cabbage (Savoy): 3.1g per 100g
    Broccoli: 2.6g per 100g
    Fennel: 2.4g per 100g
    Sweet potato: 2.4g per 100g
    Turnips: 2.4g per 100g
    Mange tout: 2.3g per 100g
    Leeks: 2.2g per 100g
    Spinach: 2.1g per 100g
    Sweetcorn: 2.1g per 100g
    Jacket potato: 2.7g per 100g
    Boiled potato: 1.1g per 100g
    Courgettes: 0.9g per 100g

    Coconut: 7.3g per 100g of flesh
    Almonds: 3.7g per 50g (shelled)
    Hazelnuts: 3.3g per 50g (shelled)
    Peanuts: 3.1g per 50g (shelled)
    Pistachio nuts: 3g per 50g (shelled)
    Macadamia nuts: 2.7g per 50g (shelled)

    Mango: 4.9g each
    Papaya: 4.7g each
    Blackberries: 3.6g per 100g
    Blackcurrants: 3.6g per 100g
    Pear: 3.5g each
    Orange: 2.7g each
    Cooking apple: 2.7g each
    Raspberries: 2.5g per 100g
    Dessert apple: 1.8g each
    Prunes: 2.8g per 50g
    Nectarine: 1.8g each
    Peach: 1.6g each
    Rhubarb: 1.4g 100g
    Strawberries: 1.1g per 100g
    Grapes: 0.7g per 100g

    Dried fruits
    Dried figs: 3.8g per 50g
    Dried apricot: 3.1g per 50g
    Dried dates: 2g per 50g

  • mark james

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  • bioadmin

    Bioflavia – Organic Grape Skin Antioxidant Booster!

    A great review from Brock of FitFor TwoTV.