A new strain of starbucks Dragon Fruit has been shown to be effective in reducing weight and improving health in people with type 2 diabetes, according to the first clinical trial of a new fruit strain that has been designed specifically for weight loss.
The new strain, dubbed the Dragonfruit XR, is a genetically modified strain of a fruit called the R. pyrifolia var.
alba that has not been used before to treat diabetes.
The fruit is a cross between the Red Star and the Red Delicious varieties of starfish.
The Starfruit XS strain is a hybrid strain of the Red-star and the Dragon Fruit.
The study, published in the Journal of Diabetes and Obesity, was conducted by researchers from the University of Florida and the University at Albany.
It was funded by the National Institutes of Health and the American Diabetes Association.
Starfruit strains have been shown in other clinical trials to be helpful in treating type 2, type 3, and type 4 diabetes.
Researchers are now studying how to create more effective variants of the Starfruit S strain that would not only reduce weight but also help with diabetes.
Star fruit is high in antioxidants and a source of vitamins.
It is also low in calories and high in fiber.
According to the National Institute of Diabetes, about a quarter of the population has diabetes.
People with diabetes are more likely to experience weight gain than those with other conditions.
Star Fruit XR is a variant of a genetically engineered strain of Red Delicious star fruit that has had a high level of scientific validation.
The researchers say they have tested the strain on people with diabetes in the study, and found it improved their glucose tolerance and blood sugar levels.
It also helped them lose more weight.
“This strain is very beneficial for people with Type 2 Diabetes because it’s a good candidate for those with diabetes to target the metabolic syndrome, and because it targets the insulin resistance,” said Dr. Brian Loeffler, an associate professor of medicine at the University Albany.
LoeFFLER: Starfruit is very good for people who have Type 2 diabetes because it is a good target for metabolic syndrome Dr. Luef Kretschmann, an assistant professor of biochemistry at the UGA College of Pharmacy, said that a similar strain of Dragon Fruit that has also been approved for use in people suffering from type 2 is already used in the U.S. and is used to treat type 2 diabetics.
He added that the new Starfruit-XR strain could be more beneficial for the rest of the diabetes population, which is more susceptible to the adverse effects of the star fruit.
“The study is very promising, and we’re looking forward to seeing if this is more effective in people who are already taking it and if this strain can be improved further,” Kretschermann said.
“It would be great to see this strain become more widely available.”
Star Fruit S has been approved by the U,S.
Food and Drug Administration and has been licensed to be used in Europe and Asia.