Nopalea Trivita, first off let’s clear up the differences between Nopalea Trivita.
The company Trivita was first incorporated on May 21, 1999. They soon opened their doors for business on July 1, 1999.
The Founder, Michael Ellison, stationed Trivita’s base of operations in Scottsdale, Arizona. Michael has 3 decades of experience in successful business from Ellison Media Company, Ellison Research, and Global Duplication & Fulfillment.
Nopalea is simply a division of their parent company Trivita, a company that has been successful selling vitamins, supplements, health drinks, and weight loss products.
We Have Defined Nopalea Trivita – But What Exactly Is Nopalea?
It is a wellness drink created from the nopal cactus, which contains powerful antioxidants, naturally sweet agave nectar, and a complete host of beneficial nutrients.
What is great about this Nopal cactus juice is that it is an anti-inflammatory product, that contains no added sugar. It is naturally sweet, and is low in calories and low in carbohydrates.
It is harvested from the Sonoran Desert and not cultivated, so there are no chemicals, fertilizers, or pesticides ever used or associated with this natural product. The amount of minerals and sugars will vary from crop to crop of cactus, due to various quantities of rainfall, but that change is reflected in the product label.
What Makes Nopal Cactus So Special?
Now that we have looked at Nopalea Trivita and how Nopalea is simply a division of the parent company Trivita, let us look at some reasons why you might want to buy Nopalea.
Betalains are the pigments that give the Nopal cactus its vibrant pink color, sometimes red color. But more importantly, they are powerful natural antioxidants. And they are found only in a few of the world’s plants.
You will find them in: Swiss chard, red and yellow beets, rhubarb, cactus fruits, Amaranth, Quinoa, and a few varieties of fungi and weeds. Those types of food are not exactly staples of a Western diet, as you can see.
There are 24 types of Betalains that have been classified by scientists, with each having their own special functions. If you look at beets, they can contain anywhere from 6 to 24 types of Betalains. On the other hand Swiss chard contains only 12 specific types.
Nopal cactus fruit can contain all 24 Betalain types depending on where you are harvesting it from around the world. Trivita harvests their cactus from the Sonoran Desert, which nature has blessed with all 24 Betalain types, allowing it to thrive in the harsh desert climate.
What Exactly Happens When I Drink The Nopal Juice?
When you take a drink of the cactus juice, it floods your body with Betalains. In essence you are giving your body a powerful superfood – antioxidants, along with other beneficial nutrients that help restore your vitality at a cellular level.
If you think about it, skin is the largest organ of the human body. Unfortunately, our bodies are constantly bombarded with toxic elements from the water we shower in, that is absorbed through our skin, the environment that we might live in, the air we breathe, and even the water and food that we consume. Ultimately, this leads to cellular damage within the body and if left unchecked will cause severe health issues.
Betalains have been scientifically studied and shown to help the body reduce inflammation on measurable and therapeutic levels. And even more studies show that Betalain antioxidants help the human cell detoxify and remove unwanted and dangerous toxins, thus further reducing inflammation.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this Nopalea Trivita discussion. For a short video on how Betalains work in the body, just click the play button in the middle of the screen below.