Dragon Fruit Prevent Heartburn and Thrush - Dragon fruit (dragon fruit) is now familiar to us. In 2001 the fruit is only found in Australia, Israel, Thailand and Vietnam but now can be encountered in supermarkets anywhere in Indonesia.
Crops like pineapple fruit is oval, contains a protein that is able to reduce the metabolism of the body and keep the health of heart; fiber (guard kanser intestine, diabetes and diet); carotene (eye health, strengthen the brain and prevented disease), calcium (bone strengthening) and fosferos (growth of body tissue).
Dragon fruit also contains iron to increase the blood; vitamin B1 (hot escort agency), vitamin B2 (add to taste), vitamin B3 (lower cholesterol) and vitamin C (add slipperiness, smoothness of skin and prevent acne). And also reduce emotional stress and neutralizes toxic in the blood. The good news again, dragon fruit has a combination of sweet, sour and fresh in addition to tasty to eat as a healthy snack, is also suitable for pudding, the contents of a fruit pie, fruit ice until mixed fruit salad.
Simple way, dragon fruit is eaten fresh, and tender after cooking. Fruit cut in half, the flesh is white and studded little black seeds were taken using a spoon. Seeds of this fruit can be eaten, such as basil seeds. Fresh dragon fruit is consumed as relieving thirst because the water content is very high, about 90.2 percent of the weight of the fruit.
Is not merely the use of fresh fruit. Test results Research Institute of Fruits and Vegetables (RIFAV) in Gia Lam, Ha Noi, Vietnam, dragon fruit canned feasible. In California, the flowers used as salad.
Of some of the literature mentioned, the Spanish soldiers who invaded Latin America believe that eating this fruit can prevent skin busik. The pulp can be fermented to produce alcoholic beverages.
This unique fruit also deserves to be a souvenir. Horticulturist Dr. Elaine Solowey of Natural Medicine Research Unit (NMRU) at the Hebrew University Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem, the Dalai Lama presented the fruit after studying traditional medicine in Tibet.