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How to Optimise your Skin Health

June 18th, 2018

When you include the Kapai Puku No. 1 Skin Health formula into your daily diet, you will optimise your skin health while enjoying this unique, flavourful and energizing blend. This empowering formula is high in pure zinc content, which offers excellent nutritional support for optimal skin health. Whole food ingredients of this specialised blend include Wattle Seeds, Ginseng, Monk Fruit and Raw Cacao.

Once you taste the vibrant, full-bodied flavour of this exotic blend, you will give up your morning coffee forever. This ultimate skin care blend from Kapai Puku has its own branded flavour that greets your taste buds with a delectable Cacao taste delight your palate with the lingering hint of a sweet and nutty coffee flavor, enhanced by the Cocoa and Wattle Seeds combination.

How the Specialised Pure Blend of Kapai Puku No. 1 Skin Health Works Wonders

Because of the unique combination of all-natural ingredients, this empowering skin health formula, when eaten in conjunction with a healthy balanced diet, will help with improving your skin’s clarity, elasticity and tone. Your skin will look and feel smoother, displaying the appearance of freshness and renewed vitality. This significant betterment in overall skin quality can be attributed to the individual properties of this formula’s nutritional ingredients, such as the following:

• Buckwheat. – This nutrient-rich formula ingredient is an ancient seed used frequently in Indian, Korean and Japanese recipes. With a scientific name of Fagopyrum Esculentum, this powerhouse of natural nutrition contains protein, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc, Vitamin B6 and major antioxidants that may enhance your skin health and promote good levels of bodily energy and vitality.

Another component of buckwheat, the flavonoid called rutin, offers antioxidant activity that provides anti-aging benefits by safeguarding your body against the onset of illness due to a Vitamin C deficiency. At the same time, the antioxidant activity helps prevent free radical oxidation that produces potentially damaging cholesterol oxides.

• Sunflower Kernels. – These health-promoting kernels from the sunflower are a premium source of Vitamin E, Vitamins B1 and B6, copper, manganese, selenium, phosphorus, magnesium and niacin. An excellent skin health booster, this ingredient also improves heart health, sleep patterns and moods. In addition, it helps fortify your bone cells while sharpening your mental focus and acuity.

• Linseeds. – These organic seeds are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which improve skin and hair quality and texture while strengthening your heart health. These nutritional seeds are also gluten-free and contain lignans (antioxidants) that supply your body with pure plant estrogen, which can help prevent osteoporosis and skin blemishes while fighting against free radical damage in your body. Linseeds have high content of healthy fibre for good digestion and are low in carbohydrates, which can help prevent weight gain.

• Sesame Seeds. – With their rich contents of zinc, Vitamin B1, selenium, copper, manganese, calcium, magnesium, iron, phosphorus and dietary fibre, these seeds are helpful to your overall body health. They promote and sustain healthy, youthful skin and are high in phytosterols for lowering cholesterol. They also support good heart functionality and help stabilise blood pressure. By balancing hormones and speeding up metabolic rates in your body, Sesame Seeds also enhance nutrient absorption by your system, which helps keep your skin well hydrated, well-nourished and healthy.

• Cacao. – With the botanical name of “theobroma cacao,” meaning “food of the gods,” organic cacao provides plentiful amounts of nutritional magnesium flavonoids, iron, zinc, calcium, copper, potassium and manganese. Because this raw superfood is dried, crushed cocoa beans, none of its rich nutritional counts are lost. This ingredient is a strong promoter of radiant skin health, due to its high content of zinc and the other minerals and along with the flavonoids.

These same nutrients also enable this powerful ingredient to boost bodily energy levels, help stabilise the nervous system, strengthen heart activity and build good blood counts and healthy bones. It also contains phenylethylamine (PEA), which elevates moods. Pure Cacao also fortifies your entire system with more than 40 times the number of antioxidants in super-healthy blueberries, which helps prevent wrinkles, drying and other aging signs of the skin.

• Pumpkin Seeds. – These health-promoting seeds are power-packed with nutritional value for major health benefits. They are a primary source of omega-3 and other unsaturated fats as well as protein. Pumpkin seeds also contain calcium, iron, selenium, B vitamins and beta-carotene, which your body transforms into Vitamin A, a strong supporter of good, youthful skin cell growth and quality. While the magnesium counts in these seeds enhance heart and liver health, the zinc content boosts activity of the immune system. The omega-3 content supports good skin elasticity and smooth texture, and the tryptophan levels promote healthy sleep patterns, which will also lead to better skin quality.

• Millet Seeds. – These seeds from the nutrient-rich grain of millet have a high content of important nutritional elements. Along with high starch counts, these seeds contain Vitamin B, zinc, iron, calcium, potassium, magnesium and healthy fats. There are also impressive amounts of dietary fibre and protein in these seeds. The combined nutrients in Millet Seeds join together to detoxify your body, which enhances your skin, improving the quality and texture of all skin layers. While promoting healthy digestive tract functionality, this ingredient also promotes improved heart health and good cholesterol counts in your system.

• Chia Seeds. – You can add these healthy seeds to any meal for a fabulous burst of energy from omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants, plant-based protein, magnesium and fibre. Their subtle nutty taste blends well with other food flavours. This formula ingredient is also hydrophilic, giving it the capacity to gel when it absorbs liquids. First cultivated by the Aztecs, Incas and Mayans of South America, it was actually used as a form of currency by the Aztecs. Nutrient-rich Chia, the Mayan equivalent of the word “strength” lives up to its name with its high nutritional values.

• Poppyseeds. – These seeds add crunch, flavour and a decorative effect to foods, especially baked breads, rolls and bagels. They also offer a healthy combination of valuable nutrients like niacin, folate and the essential minerals of calcium, iron and zinc for healthy bones and joints, improved red blood cell counts and good elasticity and resilience of your skin.

• Wattle Seeds. – As a staple natural food item in the diet of Aboriginal people (Indigenous Australians) for more than 40,000 years, Wattleseed was ground for use in making flour. These seeds have a firm protective husk that shields the seed, even when lying on the ground during harsh weather conditions. This important part of the tribal diet was a major source of carbohydrates and proteins during dry weather or seasons of drought.
Aboriginal women gathered these pods to parch the seeds over fire prior to grinding them to make flour. They then mixed flour and water to make cakes, which they baked among coals of a fire they built in a hole in the ground. These cakes were either eaten as soon as done or stored to be eaten later. Damper, an Australian soda bread, was traditionally made from native seeds such as Wattleseed and is still important to the Aboriginal diet.

Today, roasted and ground Wattleseed has various culinary uses. These seeds can be used in baking or added to casseroles and used to thicken sauces. The flavourful seeds are often added to ice cream or mixed with coffee for a more robust aroma and taste. These seeds are also used to flavour desserts like cheesecake, meringue or chocolate.

When roasted, Wattleseed has a wonderful aroma of freshly roasted coffee and nuts, and it is often served as a delicious beverage, but it actually does not contain either coffee or nuts. Due to their low glycemic index, these seeds are helpful to diabetics because they provide sugars that will not cause sudden increases in blood glucose levels. Wattleseed is rich in calcium, potassium, iron and zinc and can help your skin maintain a fresh, young look and resilience.

• Natural Sun Dried Raisins Sulphate Free.
– These raisins can improve digestion, relieve constipation and alleviate bloating and acidosis. They also help the body guard against anemia and help with weight gain when needed. Raisins are also good for improving health of the eyes, teeth and bones, hair and skin. Raisins are rich in polyphenols, which provide an abundance of antioxidants. They also contain healthy amounts of calcium, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, iron and boron, and they contain major vitamins like niacin, thiamin, riboflavin and Vitamins C, B6 and K and are completely free of sulfates.

• Ginseng. – This root is from an herbal plant with origins in northeast China. Both Asian Ginseng (P. Ginseng) and American Ginseng (Panax quinquefolius L.) have shown to increase bodily energy while lowering cholesterol and blood sugar levels. This herbal root also reduces stress and encourages relaxation of the body and mind. It is also used for improving cognitive functions and alleviating sexual dysfunction.

A compound known as ginsenosides in Ginseng helps release all of this enriching herbal root’s many health benefits. Ginseng also contains polyacetylenes (which have antibacterial and antifungal properties), polysaccharides (immune system modulators that also enhance skin health) and arginine, which increases rates of oxygen flow through the bloodstream, improving functionality of both your circulatory and metabolic systems. With faster metabolism and better nutritional absorption rates, your skin will acquire good, pure colour and a healthy glow.

• Monk Fruit Powder. – This ingredient contains natural compounds, mogrosides, that give this fruit its unique sweet flavour. Monk fruit contains no carbohydrates, fats or calories, so it can be helpful to people who are working on weight loss. This ingredient offers your body strong anti-inflammatory properties. Known as “lo han guo,” this small green melon was named for the monks who were the first people to cultivate Monk Fruit during earlier centuries. Lo han guo was later used for various healthy purposes in traditional Chinese medicine.

As you can see, all of these nutritionally rich ingredients of the Kapai Puku No. 1 Skin Health product provide multiple important health benefits for promoting optimal good mental, physical and emotional health and well-being. In addition, each ingredient also supports and improves vibrant, resilient skin with a fresh, healthy glow and excellent degrees of elasticity and smoothness. This product is fast becoming one of the most popular Kapai Puku blends.

As always, in accordance with the Australian Food Standards Disclosure, we recommend that Kapai Puku is eaten in conjunction with a healthy, balanced, varied diet. For ultimate skin health, contact the natural and nutritional health products experts of Kapai Puku (KapaiPuku.com) today.


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