TrueNopal Cactus Water claims to offer a range of health benefits, including half the calorie and sugar content of the leading coconut water brand.
Coconut water has become a billion dollar industry servicing anyone wanting to drink healthier or find a ‘miracle’ cure for hangovers and dehydration.
However, there’s another contender for the crown of fanciest H2O and it comes from an unlikely source – desert cactus plants.
Water from the plants contains a combination of antioxidants and electrolytes with no added sugars, no preservatives and no GMO, meanwhile it’s even vegan-friendly and gluten-free.
It’s claimed that the medicinal and nutritional benefits of the prickly pear juice were used by Native Americans in the Sonoran Desert for thousands of years, so it’s possible we’re a bit behind the times.
The water itself has a fruity taste, of course it’s 100 per cent natural and TrueNopal claim it has half the calories and half the sugar of the leading coconut water brand.
If you care about the planet as much as your body, you can sleep easy in the knowledge that TrueNopal are sustainably extracting cactus plant water and the product comes in a Tetra Pak bottle that’s easily recycled.
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