You may or may not have heard of or seen the rather exotic fruit known commonly as dragon fruit. It actually looks just like it’s named with colorful skin and pointy, dragon-scale looking spikes that scream “don’t eat me.”
1. Risk Of Diabetes Will Decrease
Dragon fruit has a low glycemic index, essentially having a glucose lowering effect. As such dragon fruit has been found in several studies to lower a person’s risk of diabetes. One research study in particular looked at the reasoning behind this, and found that it could be derived from the betacyanin and antioxidant activity of dragon fruit.