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Food: Kapai Kupu

Kiwi entrepreneur and health fanatic, Graeme Johnstone created a brand of health food based on Maori seeds in Australia.

Graeme is a black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

I will just have to see if I buy some of his products in Auckland.

You can check out his Facebook page and his website


KAPAI PUKU® is one of the

highest fibre breakfast cereals available today. KAPAI PUKU® can help exfoliate and clean your intestinal tract, increase your metabolic rate, and suppress your appetite.


The more we think of others the richer we are, the more we think of our selves the poorer we are.

Company Overview

KAPAI PUKU® was developed after a worrying medical experience. In researching possible remedies, it soon became apparent just how many people take little or no care in looking after their minds and bodies – the very vehicles that transport us through our lives.

The best motivation is in helping people help themselves. Becoming happier and healthier not through using pills and fad diets, but by s...imply eating unprocessed foods is easy. Seeds and grains are what our ancestors lived on for generations when obesity and diabetes almost didn't exist.

Combined with a balanced diet – particularly seasonal fresh fruits and veggies – KAPAI PUKU® will help ensure vitamins and minerals are available to revitalize our bodies.

Natural food is Mother Nature's perfect medicine.

That's why KAPAI PUKU® is prescribed by an increasing number of Chinese Doctors, Naturopaths, Nutritionists, Dieticians, Pharmacists, and Personal Trainers.

Enjoy eating KAPAI PUKU® "The Seed of Life®". Who knows, you may discover a catalyst for change, one that helps you to maximize your true potential for a healthier and happier lifestyle!

All the best,


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