Delicious and Natural Nopalea™ Drink Soothes Inflammation

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Consumers looking to avoid side effects of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs can now find an alternative anti-inflammatory in Nopalea, the delicious wellness drink that helps the body reduce inflammation and detoxify itself.

Consumers looking to avoid side effects of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs can now find an alternative anti-inflammatory in Nopalea, the delicious wellness drink that helps the body reduce inflammation and detoxify itself.

Inflammation, the body’s natural immune response to injury, can sometimes go awry and not turn itself off when its repair work is done. This ongoing inflammatory response is called chronic inflammation. Many factors can lead to chronic inflammation, including chronic stress, chronic nutrient deficiency and chronic toxin overload.

Chronic inflammation can present as ongoing body, joint or muscle pain, breathing difficulties, stomach and digestive issues, heart health problems and fatigue. Sometimes, chronic inflammation exhibits no symptoms, but is damaging nonetheless. Chronic inflammation is increasingly being linked to a variety of serious health conditions, including many that affect the heart and brain.

Now there is a natural anti-inflammatory with nutrients proven to help the body reduce inflammation and detoxify itself. Nopalea, the delicious wellness drink from TriVita, contains a unique and powerful class of antioxidants found in just a few of the world’s plants, including the Nopal cactus fruit, the key ingredient in Nopalea. These antioxidants, called Betalains, work by surrounding the body’s cells, helping to drain away toxins, which allows nutrients to reach the cells. This helps equip the cells to repair and replace damaged tissues and reduce the reactive inflammation. Nopalea has helped thousands of people find relief from the symptoms of inflammation.

For extra anti-inflammatory action, this natural wellness drink can be accompanied by an anti-inflammatory diet. An anti-inflammatory diet may consist of vitamin C-rich fruits and vegetables, whole grains, lean protein sources, coldwater fish, flaxseeds, walnuts, and green, white and oolong tea. Foods to avoid include processed foods, refined carbohydrates such as white rice and pasta, and saturated and trans fats.

TriVita is a Scottsdale-based wellness company that encourages people everywhere to experience wellness®: physically, emotionally and spiritually. Learn more about Nopalea at nopalea.com.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Children, women who are pregnant or nursing, and all individuals allergic to any foods or ingredients should consult their healthcare provider before using this product. You should not stop taking any medication without first consulting with a healthcare provider. If you experience unexplained swelling, consult with your healthcare provider for a diagnosis of the problem.

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