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 Clinical Study Shows Powerful Health Benefits!

Michael R Ellison, TriVita Founder and CEO says:  "I am thrilled to announce the results of the random double-blind placebo-controlled study of Nopalea.

We were fortunate to have Robert Sheeler, M.D. come to TriVita from Mayo Clinic Rochester, where he was on the approval review board of the pharmaceuticals and clinical studies.  Dr. Sheeler helped design this study along with clinical study facilitator, Dr. Gitte Jensen.

After waiting several years and at significant expense, the study showed statistical significance in the improvement of joint mobility, neck and back mobility, and flexibility.

It also showed statistical significance in the reduction of at-risk levels of C-reactive protein.

This dietary supplement helps lower inflammation and enhances the quality of life, not only in evidence of clinical studies, but also in the testimonials of thousands of people who live with a greater quality of life."

*See references below.



One 32 fl. oz. bottle, with 32 servings

Regular price is $34.99


What is Nopalea?


Why is Chronic Inflammation called the Silent Killer?

Your lifestyle choices matter and here’s why. According to the World Health Organization, chronic inflammatory-related diseases are your greatest health risk.

It is noted as a Silent Killer because its long term effects are not felt until they manifest or erupt like a fire.

Scott Conard, M.D. says, “Patients come to my clinic saying ‘I feel fine, I feel fine,’ and then the cardiac event occurs and even death.”

Understanding Inflammation, a 24-page document just released by Harvard Medical School that reveals C-reactive protein, an inflammatory marker, is now considered a better indicator of your cardiovascular health than cholesterol.

That is a bold statement we should all take note of, especially when Americans are spending billions of dollars on statins annually, and thousands of doctors are still prescribing them based on medical science from over 50 years ago.


Understanding Inflammation

Harvard Medical School confirms:  Unchecked chronic inflammation plays a central role in some of the most challenging diseases of our time, including


Rheumatoid arthritis
Heart Disease


Causes of Chronic Inflammation


Untreated causes of acute inflammation, such as an infection or injury
Long-term exposure to irritants like polluted air, heavy metals, industrial chemicals and pesticides
Autoimmune disorders such as lupus, rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and multiple sclerosis(MS) in which your immune system mistakenly attacks healthy tissue
Many experts also believe that certain lifestyle choices can contribute to chronic inflammation including smoking, chronic stress, alcohol use and obesity


Detecting Inflammation


The most effective way to test for elevated inflammation is by testing for C-reactive protein (CRP).  The liver produces CRP and levels are measured through a simple blood test.  CRP levels will rise in response to inflammation. 

Another common blood test is erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR), a type of blood test that measures how quickly erythrocytes (red blood cells) settle at the bottom of a test tube that contains a blood sample.  Normally, red blood cells settle relatively slowly. A faster-than-normal rate may indicate inflammation in the body.

 Another blood test, serum protein electrophoresis (SPE) measures blood protein.  Certain proteins in the blood may be elevated as your body fights an infection or some other inflammation. People with certain bone marrow diseases, such as multiple myeloma, may have high blood protein levels before they show any other


The Risk of Lingering Inflammation

In the last few decades, scientists have found inflammation to be a common factor in many chronic conditions afflicting Western populations.

The full scope of how chronic inflammation influences health and illness isn't yet fully understood, and there are many factors at play.

But it's fair to say, based on what scientists do know,  that managing inflammation levels can contribute to health, healing and lifelong well-being.




One 32 fl. oz. bottle, with 32 servings

Regular price is $34.99



The delicious, nutrient-rich drink from the Sonoran Desert

From ancient traditions to modern science.

Nopalea supports the normal and essential anti-inflammatory function performed by the immune system and may help lower inflammation.

The Superfruit of the prickly pear (nopal) cactus, contains a powerful class of nutrients called Betalains.

What are Betalains?

Betalains are plant-based compounds that have antioxidant properties and give the prickly pear fruit its distinctive bright red color.

The prickly pear cactus of the Sonoran Desert contains a high concentration of protein-bound Betalains. This is because the Sonoran Desert is the most extreme desert in the world and this plant needs Betalains to survive in the intense environment.

How about you? Are you exposed to toxins from outside and inside your body? Perhaps Betalains—these nutrients from the Sonoran Desert—can help you experience greater wellness.



One 32 fl. oz. bottle, with 32 servings

Regular price is $34.99





Jensen, G. Evaluation of Activity Levels, Inflammatory Markers, and Overall Wellness. 2019.


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