Dragon Fruit


Type:
Whole Dragon Fruit
Frozen Dragon Fruit
Dried Dragon Fruit

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Dragon fruit is a tropical fruit rich in nutritional value. There is a lot of evidence that this fruit can bring many valuable health benefits, such as supplementing with antioxidants, preventing cancer and boosting the body’s immune system.

1. Learn about dragon fruit

Dragon fruit is a fruit that grows on the cactus Hylocereus, also known as the queen of Honolulu – a flowering plant that blooms only at night. The dragon fruit tree is native to Central America and southern Mexico. Currently, dragon fruit is grown mainly in tropical regions of the world.
Visually, the dragon fruit is pink with green leaves that look like thorns growing on the fruit body. The flesh of the dragon fruit is usually white or red with dotted black seeds.
Although the dragon fruit may look rather strange, its taste is very characteristic. Some have described the taste of dragon fruit as a cross between kiwi, watermelon and pear.

2. Nutritional value of dragon fruit

In dragon fruit contains a lot of valuable nutrients for the body. It is considered an excellent source of fiber, iron and magnesium.
According to research, about 100 grams of dragon fruit will provide nutrients including:
Calories: 60 grams; Carbs: 13 grams; Protein: 1.2 grams; Fiber: 3 grams; Fat: 0 grams; Magnesium: 10% of the RDI; Iron: 4% of the RDI; Vitamin C: 3% of the RDI. With a rich magnesium and fiber content and extremely low calories, dragon fruit is considered a fruit rich in nutritional value and offers many benefits to the overall health of the user.
Eating dragon fruit every day will help you supplement some important antioxidants, protect the body’s cells from unstable molecules and thereby prevent some risks of chronic diseases and aging. chemical.
Some of the main antioxidants found in dragon fruit include:
Flavonoids: This is a very diverse group of antioxidants that promote brain health and reduce the risk of heart disease. Hydroxycinnamates: This group of antioxidants has been shown to have anti-cancer activity. Betalains: Found mainly in the intestines of the red dragon fruit. These deep red pigments work in protecting the body’s bad LDL cholesterol from being damaged or oxidized.