Nopalea Reviews | Is It A Scam?

Nopalea Reviews

Nopalea, the great tasting drink formed from the Nopal cactus, has been getting a lot of positive attention lately because of its numerous health benefits. Not only does it have a great flavor, it is a mixture of both health enhancing and nutritional compounds. The healing properties found in this drink have been relied upon for many years by native people and dates back to the Pima Indians who resided in the Sonoran Desert. It is known to aid in fighting off toxins surrounding the body’s cells; when cells are toxin-free and healthy, the entire body is able to function at its best.  This flavorful drink is now sold around the world and there are thousands of users who have experienced great benefits from its use.

One of the most important ingredients taken from Nopalea is the juice extracted from the Nopal cactus plant, which is rich in both anti-inflammatory and antioxidant components. The Nopal cactus fruit originates from the Sonoran Desert, where it is grown and then eventually added to the drink. For its delicious flavor, Agave nectar, nutrients and fruit extracts are also added. Agave nectar is natural and easier for the body to process and absorb than today’s traditional sugar-based sweetening products. The fruit extracts, including strawberry, raspberry, cranberry, mango, apricot, and are all natural and processed carefully.

Nopalea, sourced from the Nopal cactus, contains rare but very strong antioxidants called Betalains. These are found in only a few plants throughout the world, were once believed to be the pigments that gave the Nopal cactus its color but have since proven their rarity and strength. Betalains help the body to fight off toxins and rehydrate cells and well as lower inflammation risk, which is a main forerunner of many weakening diseases such as obesity, arthritis, cancer, diabetes and Alzheimers. Though, said to be a rare antioxidant, Betalains can be found in great concentrations in the Nopal cactus.

Daily use aids the body to ~reduce inflammation ~attain optimal cellular health ~cleanse itself of daily toxins ~fight premature aging ~aid in digestion ~regulate the heartbeat ~protect cellular membranes and eyes ~improve glucose tolerance

Nopalea is not sold in stores but it can be directly ordered and bought through TriVita (the drink’s formulator) and/or TriVita Affiliate Members. Once purchased it is delivered right to your door. It can be bought as individual bottles or by the case: one bottle sells for $39.99 and all purchases are sold with a 60 day money back guarantee.

The recommended dosage for one person is three ounces taken on an empty stomach, two times a day. One purchased bottle typically lasts five days and from then on two ounces can be taken two times a day as what is called a “maintenance” dose. This will allow a 4-pack to last for a month for one user. To date, there have been 287 scientific papers published on its benefits and attributes, all of which can be found in peer-reviewed journals of the highest quality.

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6 Responses to Nopalea Reviews | Is It A Scam?

  1. bobby says:

    like monavie(sorry if spelled wrong) it is just another scam. the cactus is called prickly pear and is all over the southwest u.s.a. And you can get it in it’s raw form without the additives. Do not waist your money. I am wheelchair bound and they swore up and down that this juice will help me walk again. So tha’s the proof. IT IS A SCAM!!!!!!

  2. Curious says:

    Like mimi said, post a list of these papers/journals so we can review them ourselves, otherwise this page is useless as it only repeats what the pushers are saying.

  3. craft says:

    Questionable product most likely to get your hard earned money!

  4. Mimi says:

    QUOTE: “To date, there have been 287 scientific papers published on its benefits and attributes, all of which can be found in peer-reviewed journals of the highest quality.”

    Please post a list of the peer reviewed journals and let us know where we can obtain access to them so that we can read the journals and check out the results.

  5. shelley says:

    my mom has thyroide and inflammation in her brain

  6. tina says:

    I accidentally voted when trying to read the reviews. I have no idea if Nopalea is any good.. just checking it out.

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