Nopalea is a tasty wellness drink sourced from the fruit of the Nopal cactus. 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, in a proprietary blend delivering the rare, potent Bioflavonoid antioxidants.
(See below for more information on Bioflavonoids)
Nopalea is made using the freshest Nopal cactus fruit from the Sonoran Desert; this ensures maximum Bioflavonoid count for protection against harmful toxins. Nopalea is natural and contains no artificial colors, sweeteners or flavors, so the manufacturing and bottling is done through an Aseptic process, ensuring all raw materials are not compromised or exposed. This results in a great-tasting quality product with longer shelf life.
What are Bioflavonoids?
Bioflavonoids are powerful antioxidants that help your body reduce inflammation. They are found in extremely concentrated levels in the Nopal cactus fruit. Bioflavonoids support the structure and function of cells. They also work to neutralize toxins by supporting your natural detoxification processes as well as draining away accumulations of toxic waste.
The average diet is typically devoid of Bioflavonoids. The main reason for this is that Bioflavonoids are only available from a few types of plants: the Nopal cactus, beets, Swiss chard and a few weeds and fungi.
Bioflavanoids are a protein-bound antioxidant that does more than help slow aging. Bioflavanoid antioxidants can help the body reduce inflammation, detoxify the cell and restore the balance between the inside and outside of the cell for optimal cellular function. While many antioxidants have been claimed to have different health benefits, the Bioflavanoid antioxidant is specifically studied to help the body reduce inflammation on a measurable and therapeutic level. Multiple studies show that Bioflavanoid antioxidants can help the human cell detoxify and remove unwanted and dangerous toxins which help reduce inflammation.
But not all Bioflavonoid-producing plants are equal. Plants produce Bioflavonoids to protect themselves from harsh environments; so the harsherthe environment, the greater the Bioflavonoid production. That’s why, among all of the world’s plants, the Nopal cactus has the highest concentration of Bioflavonoids – it lives in the brutally inhospitable conditions of the Sonoran Desert.
How can I get Bioflavonoids in my diet?
There are 24 types of Bioflavanoids known to science each one having a different function. Beets contain up to 6 of the 24 Bioflavanoids; Rainbow Swiss chard contains 12 Bioflavanoids. The Nopal fruit isn’t just included in this small group of special plants, it actually leads the group by containing one of the highest amounts of Bioflavanoids in all of nature. Nopal fruit can contain up to all 24 Bioflavanoid types, especially the Opuntia Ficus Indica Nopal fruit from the Sonora Desert. There are many species of Nopal that grow around the world. Opuntia Ficus Indica thrives in the extreme environment of the Sonora Desert and when wild-harvested at the peak of ripeness, it can contain all 24 Bioflavanoid types.