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Dragon fruit plants are among the fruits that have been shown to have the most powerful antioxidant properties.

The fruit is one of the most widely eaten fruits in Japan and the UK, with over 1 billion people enjoying its delicious flavour.

But the antioxidant properties of the fruit are also thought to be beneficial to the human body.

Dragon fruit has been shown in studies to improve memory, reduce the risk of dementia and reduce inflammation.

But, according to a new study, the fruit also appears to be a powerful antioxidant for your skin.

Read more: How dragon fruit works? 

Dragon fruit is made from the peel of the cherimoya, a tropical fruit that grows in Indonesia.

It is usually found in the wild in tropical climates, but there are some regions where it can be grown.

Researchers at the Japanese National University of Agriculture (JNUA) and the University of Tokyo looked at the effect that dragon fruit might have on skin health.

Dragon fruit, which is a wild plant in the fruit family Cherimoyaaceae, is rich in vitamin C, vitamin E, carotenoids, vitamin B6, vitamin A, and iron.

However, researchers found that when the fruit was grown under a special sun-loving conditions, it produced more vitamin C and vitamin E. They also found that dragon fruits produced a higher level of vitamin B12 than the regular fruits.

The research team also found higher levels of vitamin A and beta-carotene in the skin.

It’s thought that the higher levels can help your body convert vitamin A to carotene, which in turn, can help reduce inflammation and oxidative damage in the body.

This is good news for your eyes, which may also benefit from the increased levels of antioxidants, says lead author Shigehiro Tanaka.

‘We were surprised to see that the fruit produced a greater level of antioxidants than regular fruit’ “Although we were surprised at the results of the study, we felt that it was also important to look into the effects of the fruits’ antioxidant capacity on skin.

The antioxidant activity of the Cherimoyas fruits are mainly due to their high levels of phenolic compounds, which are compounds that protect the skin from damage,” says Tanaka.

“They also contain a substance called ferulic acid which is able to protect the surface of the skin and reduce skin ageing.”

Dragon fruits are grown on trees that are naturally bright green and produce fruit that looks similar to a fruit roll up, which has been found to reduce inflammation, and help to protect against sun damage.

“There is also some research showing that dragonfruit also protects against free radical damage to the skin,” says co-author Yasushi Nishizawa.

“However, this research has not been able to prove that dragonfruits can be used to help prevent skin ageing.

We wanted to try and prove whether or not dragonfruit can be useful in this regard.”

The researchers looked at 25 skin samples taken from the volunteers to determine the antioxidant effects of dragonfruit.

Each participant had one sample taken from their right forearm.

Next, the researchers tested the samples for the antioxidant activity in the samples taken at different times.

They then measured the levels of antioxidant compounds and carotenes.

In order to test whether dragonfruit had any specific antioxidant benefits, the team took skin samples from the right forearm of 12 volunteers and measured the amount of carotena and phenolic acids.

Using a technique known as the fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH), they were able to identify the carotens in the sample and measure the levels.

Results showed that the caroben compounds had a higher concentration of phenols and flavones than the other carotentans in the same samples.

The level of carobenes in the fruits also increased as the volunteers aged.

What does this mean for you?

Dragonfruit is one fruit that may help to help to improve your health, according Dr Tanaka.

It contains carotenic acid and phenols that are known to be good for the skin, says Dr Tanaka, adding that the fruits might help prevent sun damage by boosting your body’s ability to convert vitamin C to carobene.

“There are studies that show that dragonberries can help prevent or slow the ageing process,” he says.

Dr Tanaka says the fruit could also reduce the effects on the body of the sun.

If you’re worried about your skin getting too hot, you can use this as a sunscreen.

The researchers found a similar result to what has been seen with sunscreens on skin in the past.

But if you’re interested in trying out a dragon fruit juice, you may want to consult with your doctor first.

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