Not all. We're past "cause Ötzi did so". At least I hope so.
"Although berries are often lauded as being lower in fructose compared to other fruits, from a calorie/energy standpoint, this just ain’t true!"
I don't get this. Why is she playing with numbers and "standpoint". If X has 1g of fructose and Z has 5g, there is no need to see how much percantage of all nutrients fructose represents and conclude anything based on that. It reminds me about nuts Omega 3/6 ratio debates. Walnuts win but they don't, ya know ?
I would also like to see more research on wild vs. WalMart fruit before concluding anything.
It would be great if someone could access this article and forward us the data. Sugar composition of wild fruits in Hong Kong, China - ICE W. P. KO , RICHARD T.CORLETT and RUO-JUN XU
Also some references here might be interesting: Nutritional Characteristics of Wild Primate - Katharine Milton http://www.2ndchance.info/wildprimatediets.pdf