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Nutritional Facts

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Jeffrey Sloe
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A Fruit From Heaven?

For thousands of years, the people of the Sonoran Desert have tapped into the power of its native healing plants. And now, with Nopalea™, you can too. Nopalea™ is considered by some ancients as a "a fruit from heaven."


Nopalea™ is a deliciously unique concentrated wellness drink that blends antioxidant-rich Nopal cactus, naturally sweet Agave nectar and an array of beneficial nutrients. These fresh ingredients are carefully harvested from the Sonoran Desert and aseptically bottled to deliver scientifically proven health benefits.

The name is derived from the word "Nopal." This is a type of cactus found in the Sonoran Desert and known for its antioxidant-rich healing properties. The Nopal cactus fruit is the key ingredient in Nopalea.

Nopalea has been scientifically proven to promote optimal cellular health and to help you:

  • Protect against premature aging
  • Reduce inflammation
  • Promote optimal cellular health
  • Detoxify the body
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The Nopal cactus fruit is key ingredient in Nopalea™. The fruit is carefully harvested from the Sonoran Desert, using sustainable wildcrafting techniques that the native Sonorans have used for thousands of years.

Nopalea™ contains a rare and potent class of antioxidants called betalains. Of all the known sources for betalains, the Nopal cactus fruit supplies some of the highest amounts found in all of nature.


Betalains are a rare and potent class of antioxidants found in extremely high, concentrated levels in the Nopal cactus fruit. When you drink Nopalea, you take these betalains directly into your system, where they work on the cellular level to restore your vitality.

Scientific research shows that the betalains found in the Nopal cactus fruit can help to detoxify your body, eliminating the poisons we encounter every day. Betalains also help the body reduce inflammation, protecting you from a wide variety of disorders.

Quality Effectiveness

Nopalea is made from premium, antioxidant-rich Nopal cactus fruit. This fruit is carefully harvested from the Sonoran Desert, using the same techniques the native Sonorans have been using for thousands of years. From there, the fruit is juiced to a puree and bottled in a state-of-the-art facility, which ensures quality and freshness while also preserving the antioxidants and their potency.

When toxins assault your system—or when injury or infection strikes—your body responds with a complex biological process commonly referred to as inflammation. If this inflammation goes unchecked, it can lead to a wide variety of disorders, from stroke to arthritis to heart disease.

Nopalea specifically targets signs of inflammation in your body and reduces them quickly.[1] Its betalains and other anti-inflammatory ingredients work directly on the fluid surrounding your cells. There, they draw off the toxins and excess water to reduce inflammation and rebalance the cellular environment.

Share & Earn

Sonoran Bloom comes with a business opportunity. Through Sonoran Bloom, you can take advantage of the 70% "Share & Earn" Income Accelerator Plan, which is only available for the 1st 90 days. In other words, it's good from April through June of 2009. Some feel this is better than any franchise business opportunity. See for yourself!

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"I believe that Sonoran Bloom Nopalea™ will be TriVita's first billion dollar product!"
-Michael Ellison, TriVita's CEO

"...if we live in a toxic environment where the air is polluted, the water is polluted and the food is grown with pesticides and fertilizers, we are inflamed. This is because the body has to respond with inflammation to any invader that creates an imbalance or is unnatural to the cell." says Dr. Brazos Minshew, TriVita's Chief Science Officer.

[1] Wiese J, McPherson S, Odden MC, Shlipak MG. Arch Intern Med. 2004 Jun 28;164(12):1334-40.

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