I’m very much interested in my own health and well being and a lot of people feel the same way, espcially in Januray after perhaps over indulging a little over the Christmas period. Eating whole foods, plant based diet does wonders for the human body, significantly reducing the risk of myriad diseases, promoting optimal internal system health, helping to maintain a healthy body weight and much more.
I also discourage pharmaceuticals when and wherever possible, as there are many plant based alternatives that can be very effective in countering certain health problems.
With that in mind, I find the Nopalea wellness drink quite interesting.
According to the manufacturer (TriVita, Inc):
Nopalea is a tasty wellness drink sourced from the fruit of the Nopal cactus (Opuntia Ficus Indica). The healing properties of the Nopal cactus have been relied on for centuries by native peoples, and they’re now available in Nopalea. Each 32–ounce bottle of Nopalea brims with the health benefits of the Nopal fruit. Nopalea helps your body neutralize its inner toxins and reduce its inflammation.
I had not previously heard of the Nopal cactus, nor the name Opuntia Ficus Indica, but when I looked up more information on the plant, my suspicions were confirmed: this is the cactus also known as the Prickly Pear, which is native to my home region, the Sonoran desert.
With the help of Nopal cactus extracts, Nopalea is packed with rare and potent antioxidants that are scientifically proven to help the body reduce inflammation.
TriVita claims that when you take Nopalea daily, it can help your body:
Cleanse itself of daily toxins
Promote optimal health
Seeing as though the anti-oxidants contained in this drink have been proven to help with inflammation (the leading cause of pain), I can see this product being a very helpful plant-based solution that could help many people. In addition, I personally LOVE the taste of the prickly pear cactus fruit, so it’s very likely that I would enjoy the taste of this wellness drink. I’m certainly looking forward to trying out Nopalea for myself in the near future.
Over 3 million bottles of the Nopalea anti-inflammatory wellness drink have been sold. To learn more, check out the Nopalea Facebook page or try it for free (only pay $9.95 for shipping) by calling 1-800-203-7063.
You can currently get a free sample by getting in touch with them, just pay $9.95 shipping.
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