Nopal (cactus) Recipes for diabetes, obesity and skin problems Nopal Rezepte für Diabetes, Übergewicht und Hautprobleme Recetas con Nopal contra diabetes, sobrepeso y problemas de piel

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Nopal (cactus) Recipes for diabetes, obesity and skin problems

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Nopal (cactus) Recipes for diabetes, obesity and skin problems

The cactus is a plant with many medicinal properties. Besides being a great source of fiber, calcium, antioxidants, minerals and vitamins, it contains elements that help both the intestine and blood to keep working in order and with good condition, plus it is one of the best natural remedies to treat and prevent diabetes and hypoglycemia, because the cactus increases insulin levels and sensitivity, which manages to balance the level of blood sugar, preventing the formation of bad fats that accumulate in the body, causing overweight and other health problems.

The nopal cactus is a plant usually green and oval shaped. It has different sizes depending on the type, and its skin is covered with thorns. It grows wild in desert regions and rather warm or cold. It has an important ecological role as it stops the deforested land degradation, i.e., infertile land becomes fertile land.

Here are some recipes that will help to cure diabetes, hypoglycemia, skin problems and obesity. Remember it is important to avoid eating junk food, refined or fried foods, as these only fill the body with toxins and unnecessary fats.

Nopal juice for Diabetes, hypoglycemia, and skin problems

Take it while fasting every day to see results.


  • A medium cactus, fresh
  • A glass of pure water
  • Juice of one lemon
  • One tablespoon of chia or flaxseed (optional)
  • A little honey


  1. Place everything in blender and blend a few minutes. Without strain, drink slowly, chew if necessary.
  2. Once you drink this juice, do not eat anything else until an hour later. Drink another glass just before the main meal of the day.

Nopal shake against overweight


  • One cup of alfalfa
  • A medium cactus
  • A glass of fresh and natural carrot juice


  1. Drink a half liter of this juice a day, a glass at noon and one in the afternoon after eating. You must drink two liters of pure water a day to remove fats and toxins. Do not eat anything fried, salty or sugar and refined or processed foods throughout the day. Drink this juice daily until you see results.

Nopal salad to lose weight and cure skin problems


  • 3 medium cactus
  • Fresh Tomato (red)
  • Half onion
  • Two cloves of garlic
  • Salt, little
  • Extra virgin olive oil
  • Two juicy lemons


  1. In a saucepan put all finely chopped vegetables with olive oil.
  2. Put them into the fire a few minutes, no need to cook much, season with salt.
  3. Eat as a main dish for lunch.

Nopal juice to lower sugar and combat obesity


  • A medium cactus
  • A glass of water
  • A well-sanitized sprig of parsley
  • One tablespoon of chia or flaxseed


  1. Blend all in blender and sip without strain.

Nopal soup for diabetics or overweight


  • 4 stalks of diced cactus
  • ½ tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 clove of garlic
  • 2 finely chopped spring onions
  • 3 cups of vegetable broth
  • 8 clean spinach leaves into strips
  • 1 teaspoon of chopped cilantro
  • Salt to taste


  1. Boil cactus in a cup of water with onion, garlic, cilantro and salt. Cover the pot and simmer a few minutes, over low heat. Once cooked, drain in colander and leave them there until they are cool.
  2. Apart, fry the onion and garlic with little oil, add the broth and cactus. Let boil for 10 minutes.
  3. Grind spinach in blender with cilantro and a little broth and pour into soup. Boil five minutes. Before serving, add brown sugar cubes and if desired also chopped cilantro. Serve hot.

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6 Reviews about Nopal (cactus) Recipes for diabetes, obesity and skin problems
on 17/01/2017
The last one confused me. I boil the onions and garlic then saute them? Or a separate batch? Otherwise good article. I will try the one for skin problems.
on 24/06/2015
Good Article, you can also dice up the cactus and scramble them with eggs and onion. Some people add bell pepper. There are some great receipes for eating these.
on 09/01/2015
These recipes sound great, but they're definitely not regional for where I live at all. I think it's great to eat naturally and fresh products, but I think eating food that grows regionally is also similarly important. If those plants can survive, they clearly possess the nutrients that you need as wel to survive in that environment.
on 11/04/2014
Are you really sure about the efficacy of this product? Because I am thinking on buying a cream made of it and I want to know if it is better to have in creams and ointments for the skin or the solution is to have it fresh in juices as you recommend here, please answer me soon if you can,

on 05/03/2013
I've only just started with Noopal. I tried the capsules, but wanted to try the real stuff. Haven't tried the fresh yet, but I found jars of Nopal at a mexican/hispanic market in my town (my son says it's also in the mexican food section at walmart). The jarred stuff is interesting and delicious,at least to me. I don't like real hot spicy stuff, so I don't get the stuff that has the seranno peppers in it. What I get only has nopal cut into strips, water, salt & citric acid. It looks like over cooked green beans. It tastes like it's pickled (it is with salt), sort of like sauerkraut. To me it sort of has a mild flavor that reminds me of jalapeno without the heat. I absolutely love this stuff & would eat the whol 30 oz jar if I could, but limit myself to a couple of forkfuls at a time as a snack right out of the jar. As for blood sugar, I'm not sure how much it helps, because I.m not sure how much to eat. I've noticed my morning BS is not as high as it was if I eat nopal at night, maybe 10 points lower.
Now that I know I like this, I'm trying to find out how much to eat & when. I'm going to keep close watch on what it does to my BS.
I'm glad to find these recipes, I had been wondering if I could drink the juicel with chia seeds - not sure about processing the skin & all, maybe I'll try it in my new juicer & see.

on 27/12/2012
Hello nice article! Those recipes seem pretty exotic and I?m just into that kind of stuff. I didn?t know that cactus could have such good properties, I have never tasted it so I don?t know if I would like it, but surely I have to try or maybe I will miss something really good to eat.

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