It's just as important to stay hydrated during the winter as it is in the summer! The body is about 60% water, more or less, and we are constantly losing water, primarily via urine and sweat. In order to prevent dehydration, we need to drink plenty of water. If plain water isn't your forte, add a lemon wedge for flavor. Increasing your water intake will also help clear your skin. Your body will thank you!
Dragon fruit, also known as pitaya or the strawberry pear, is a beautiful tropical fruit that is sweet and crunchy. The plant the fruit comes from is actually a type of cactus of the genus Hylocereus, which includes only about 20 different species.
Here are the nutrition facts for a serving of 3.5 ounces, or 100 grams (1Trusted Source):Calories: 60Protein: 1.2 gramsFat: 0 gramsCarbs: 13 gramsFiber: 3 gramsVitamin C: 3% of the RDI Iron: 4% of the RDI Magnesium: 10% of the RDIGiven the high amount of fiber and magnesium, as well as the extremely low calorie content, dragon fruit can be considered a highly nutrient-dense fruit.