Its aroma is lost when it is heated. Red Dragonfruits have pulp
white or red; those of red pulp are more difficult to grow and
therefore less frequent, although their flavor is more intense than
that of white pulp.
Where does the Dragonfruit grow?
The plant is a cactus very resistant to droughts. It is native to
tropical America, mainly from Central America and the Caribbean.
It is rich in Vitamin C, also contains B vitamins, minerals such as
calcium, phosphorus, iron, and has high water content and has plant
protein and soluble fiber.
The seeds, which are edible, contain beneficial fatty acids.
It has been proven that it lowers the level of blood sugar as well
as blood pressure, strengthens bones and teeth, promotes good blood
and tissue formation, strengthens the immune system, heals wounds and
blows faster and prevents respiratory problems.
Nutritional properties of the Dragonfruit Calories 54
Carbohydrates 13,20 g.
Proteins 1.4 g.
Total fats 0.40 g.
Fiber 0.5 g.
Vitamin C 8mg.
Calcium 10 mg.
Iron 1.3 mg.
Phosphorus 26 mg.
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