Help support the digestive system and maintain blood sugar balance with Nopal.
Pancreas and liver support for blood sugar regulation. Nopal is especially beneficial for the liver and the pancreas
- Supports the digestive and glandular systems.
- Helps maintain blood-sugar levels that are already within the normal range.
How It Works:
Nopal is a cactus plant commonly known as the prickly pear. It contains pectins and mucilage that are beneficial to the digestive system. It is a low-glycemic-index food that is commonly consumed for its nutrient content. Several human studies show that nopal provides nutritional support for already normal range blood sugar and blood lipid levels.
Take one capsule with a meal daily.
Pancreas and liver support for blood sugar regulation.
Nopal is prickly pear cactus.
NSP's Nopal combination includes both Opuntia ficus-indica and Opuntia
Nopal is used as food in Mexico. The inside flesh is soft, gel-like, highly
nutritious and a good source of vitamin C.
It contains pectin, mucilage and gums that absorb the dietary fat. This
may reduce the amount that is absorbed by the intestines and enters the
Nopal is especially beneficial for the liver and the pancreas. These
two organs work together to regulate blood sugar and cholesterol.
Native American Indian traditions include use as a lung remedy and heart
It has been used to reduce inflammation and increase the flow of urine.