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Commented on September 06, 2011
Created August 31, 2011 at 2:19 PM

So after somewhat extensive searching online I have been unable to find the actual GI and GL for Dragonfruit aka pitaya. Anyone happen to know this info? Please cite your source if you know it!

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on September 06, 2011
at 11:48 PM

That you really like it makes it a good fruit choice; just make sure it doesn't constitute some huge portion of your diet (seems unlikely).

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on September 01, 2011
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Thanks! I don't know why I can't find it anywhere. I really like it and I want to make sure its a good fruit choice.

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on August 31, 2011
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The only thing I could find about it was that it's been shown to lower glucose levels in people with diabetes. And that it's packed with Vitamin C and other goodies.

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on September 06, 2011
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Check out www.pitayaplus.com - they have a lot of good nutritional info on there. I purchased some of their dried pitaya and am waiting for them to get some more. They are the only ones that ever have it.

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