*It’s rich in antioxidants like flavonoids, phenolic acid, and betacyanin. …
*It’s naturally fat-free and high in fibre.
*It may help lower your blood sugar. …
*It contains prebiotics, which are foods that feed the healthy bacteria called probiotics in your gut.
While it’s well-known that cactus prefers “cactus mix” potting soil with plenty of sand, dragon fruit actually likes regular ol’ potting soil. You may want to add a little more sand or pearlite to your mix, but any sandy loam potting soil will do.
Dragon fruit needs full sun—choose a sunny area in your garden or a sunny windowsill that gets at least six hours of sunlight a day—and good drainage to avoid “wet feet.”
The takeaway :
If you choose a plant that –
* contains high fibre
* not harmful to animal
* work to maintain blood sugar
* Easy to care