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The healing power of Pitaja or dragon fruit

  1. The pitaja looks scary. You have to step over a threshold to enjoy it. Anyone who dares to do so generates a major health benefit. There are still catering companies that only use the pitaja as a garnish and decorative fruit. That is unjustified; it is a concentrated source of antioxidants. Pitaya fruit is a fruit that is simply for sale, but you don't see it often in the supermarket. It is more often for sale in Indian shops and other Asian Asian shops. The pitaya fruit does not taste very sweet. The fruit is most commonly seen with red flesh, but it is available in other varieties.

Contents:

  1. Three kinds Pitaya properties Phytonutrients flower pitaja Wound healing by pitaya Smoothie pitaja General health effects of antioxidants in pitaja Natural Astaxanthin

Three kinds

  1. Pitaya or pitaja is also called dragon fruit, in English it is dragon fruit. It probably owes this name to its terrifying yet fascinatingly beautiful appearance. There are three types of pitaya that are in the shops. These differ in skin color and pulp color.

Pitaja properties

  1. Pitaja has seeds but you can eat them. The red-colored pitaja have little flavor; this is because, like most tropical fruits, they are picked too early. All tropical fruits taste better in the country of origin, where they are only picked when they are ripe and ready to eat. Incidentally, the yellow-colored pitaja tastes slightly sweeter and has a more delicious taste than the red-colored one.

Phytonutrients flower pitaja

  1. At the beginning of the third millennium a large number of new components have already been discovered in plants. Scientists understand that not only vitamins and minerals are important; there are thousands of other substances essential to maintain and improve human health. In 2011, a team of Chinese scientists discovered 13 substances that had never been unraveled from the pitaya flour before. They were isorhamnetin, kaempferol, quercetin and many derivatives of quercetin. The flower grows on the fruit and can be eaten or made into a tea. Flower tea usually serves medicinal purposes. The peel cannot be eaten. Kaempferol, in particular, is a substance that binds toxins and ensures elimination of free radicals. The polyphenols, especially flavonoids in the pitaya flower function as antioxidants.

Wound healing by pitaja

  1. The extract of the leaves of the pitaya tree, the flowers and the pulp have wound healing properties. The DNA regenerates faster and the skin cells are produced more quickly. This was tested in 2005 on rats with diabetes who have more problems with wound healing. The topical application of pitaya extracts accelerated the process significantly. The skin was stronger, more proteins were produced and the epithelium formed faster. Pitaja showed no adverse effect on the diabetic rats.

Smoothie pitaja

  1. A smoothie of pitaja and coconut is already being made abroad; this gives a rose-colored drink that is not characterized by a sweet taste. Together with the super healthy coconut, the pitaja is a powerful health boost that makes the body live in all its glory.

General health effects of antioxidants in pitaja

  1. Antioxidants in pitaja can combat degenerative diseases such as arthritis, arteriosclerosis, cancer, cardiovascular disease, inflammation, brain dysfunction and aging. Of course other vegetables and fruits can do that too; as long as it contains a lot of antioxidants. Pitaja has proven to have a high concentration of antioxidants. In addition to the phytonutrients already mentioned, the antioxidants beta carotene, lutein, alpha lipoic acid, lycopene and astaxanthin are also responsible for the positive effects in the human body.

Natural Astaxanthin

  1. Astaxanthin is made for the synthetic supplement industry from petroleum, but it is much healthier to take this strong antioxidant from natural sources. It's good for the eyes, among other things, along with lutein and beta-carotene. In addition, it can eliminate free radicals and thus prevent lifestyle diseases, obesity, diabetes, cancer and cardiovascular disease.

  2. Astaxanthin is made for the synthetic supplement industry from petroleum, but it is much healthier to take this strong antioxidant from natural sources. It's under a



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