CREAMY MERMAID COCONUT BOWL with a scoop of homemade blue-algae coconut ice cream. The base was blended fro nanas with pinches of blue-algae powder and wheatgrass powder (which you can't even taste btw!). I finished it off with coconut shreds, dehydrated kiwifruit chips, cashew based rawnola, and dragon fruit balls. Too delicious! ✘ #radplantlife
Dragon Fruit Low in cholesterol but great for that sweet tooth. Monounsaturated fats keep the heart healthy. High fiber and protein for regularity. Rich antioxidants keep the skin tight and prevent cancer Protects chemically treated hair. Mash and use as a face cream. Soothe sunburned skin.
If you love fruits, you would want to try out the exotic variety out there.There’s one I highly recommend and that’s dragon fruit. And let me assure you this fruit doesn’t carry any tales from the East Asia. I will tell you more about its origin later, but before that, I must tell you that the dragon fruit offers numerous health benefits.