How Nopalea aids the body in healing
Its Betalains, come to the rescue
Betalains, pronounced bay ta lins, are a rare and potent class of antioxidants that flourish in the Nopal cactus fruit. Nopalea harnesses the power of this desert Superfruit and its Betalains to bring you scientifically proven health benefits.
These Betalains have been scientifically proven, in hundreds of studies, to help the body detoxify itself and reduce inflammation.
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More about those amazing Betalains
Betalains are the pigments that give the Nopal cactus fruit its vibrant pink color. But that is just the beginning. They are also natural antioxidants, and they are found only in a few of the worlds plants. And among these plants, the Nopal fruit is the leader, by far, as it contains one of the highest amounts of Betalains in all of nature.
How Betalains help with your wellness
When you drink Nopalea, its Betalains enter your system and begin to restore your bodys vitality at the cellular level. They do this by helping your body reduce the toxins surrounding its cells, which allows more essential nutrients to reach each cell. As a result, your cells are better fed and energized to repair and replace damaged tissues and reduce the reactive inflammation, keeping it from becoming chronic and leading to disease.
Scientific research shows that Betalains help to
Reduce the risk of blood clots. Betalains protect the thin lining of your blood vessels. This helps reduce the inflammation that makes your blood sticky and leads to clots.1
Reduce bad cholesterol. Betalains strongly reduce oxidized LDL cholesterol.2
Protect cells from toxins. Betalains protect many types of cells, especially brain cells, from toxins known to trigger tumors.3
Protect your liver. Betalains provide significant protection from toxins that directly affect your liver.4
But getting those precious Betalains can be difficult.
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The average U.S. or Canadian diet is typically devoid of Betalains. The main reason for this is that Betalains are only available from a few types of plants, like the Nopal cactus, beets, Swiss chard and a few weeds and fungi.
Furthermore, not all Betalain producing plants are equal. Plants produce Betalains to protect themselves from harsh environments, so the harsher the environment, the greater the Betalain production. That is why, among all of the worlds plants, the Nopal cactus has the highest concentrations of Betalains. It lives in the brutally inhospitable conditions of the Sonoran Desert.
So if inflammation is the problem, then Nopalea is a natural solution.
1.Antioxidant Betalains from cactus pear, Opuntia ficus-indica, inhibit endothelial ICAM 1 expression. C Gentile, L Tesoriere, M Allegra, M A Livrea, P DAlessio Dipartimento Farmacochimico, Tossicologico e Biologico, Università di Palermo, Italy.
2.Allegra M, Tesoriere L, Livrea MA. Free Radic Res. 2007 Mar 41 3 335 through 341.
3.Lee MH, Kim JY, Yoon JH, Lim HJ, Kim TH, Jin C, Kwak WJ, Han CK, Ryu JH. Phytother Res. 2006 Sep 20 9 742 through 747.
4.Galati EM, Mondello MR, Lauriano ER, Taviano MF, Galluzzo M, Miceli N. Phytother Res. 2005 Sep 19 9 796 through 800.
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