Friday, October 14, 2011

what's in dragon fruit

Dragon fruit has nutrients that are beneficial to human health among others as a counterweight blood sugar, oral health protective, anti-colon cancer, reduce cholesterol, anti-bleeding and treat vaginal discharge complaints.
Dragon fruit is usually consumed in the form of a Thirst-quenching fresh fruit, dragon fruit because it contains high moisture content of about 90% of the weight of the fruit. It was sweet because it contains enough sugar to achieve briks 13-18. Dragon fruit can also be presented in the form of juice, juice, jam or honey of various forms of maupu catering to suit your taste.
In general, experts agree, and acknowledge the dragon fruit is rich in potassium, iron, protein, fiber, sodium and calcium is good for health compared to other fruits which are imported.
According to Al Leong from Johncola Pitaya Food R & D, organizations that look red dragon fruit, cactus fruit is rich enough honey with a variety of vitamins and mineral substances which are very helpful and beneficial increase resistance to metabolism in the human body.
"Research shows red dragon fruit is excellent for the circulatory system, also reduces the effects of emotional stress and neutralize toxins in the blood." Research also shows this fruit can prevent colon cancer, as well as to prevent high cholesterol and reduce blood fat body, "he said.
Overall, each of the red dragon fruit contains proteins that can increase metabolism and maintain heart health; fiber (to prevent colon cancer, diabetes and diet); carotene (health points, strengthen the brain and preventing the entrance of the disease), calcium (bones).
Dragon fruit also contains iron to increase the blood vitamin B1 (to prevent body temperature), vitamin B2 (add to taste); vitamin B3 (lower cholesterol) and vitamin C (added smoothness, softness of the skin and prevents acne).
Here is a complete nutritional dragon fruit:
Sugar: 13-18 briksWater: 90%Carbohydrates: 11.5 gAcid: 0.139 gProtein: 0.53 gFiber: 0.71 gCalcium: 134.5 mgPhosphorus: 8.7 mgMagnesium: 60.4 mgVitamin C: 9.4 mg

as for me, until now I haven't eat this dragon fruit yet because of its color..... so scary.....

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