I've done quite some research on this matter, but still cannot reach a confident conclusion.
The idea is a diet consisting of whole foods is generally a healthy one, and a diet high in sodium, sugar, and trans-fat is not.
Some nutritionists argue that high consumption of fruits and veggies are healthy in spite of having high fructose, due to fiber.
If that's case, I know that fiber helps slow the absorption of sugar to prevent hyperglycemia and food coma after meals, and ultimately helps to reduce the odds of the formation of type 2 diabetes and obesity.
The others argue that high consumption of fruits and veggies (particularly high in fructose) are unhealthy for you regardless.
While fruits and veggies offer benefits and risks,
Benefits: phyto-, macro-, micro- nutrients, protein, etc.
Risks: sugar (mostly), sodium
my understanding is that it's generally healthier to choose foods with a ratio of fiber higher than their sugar contents. So does that mean as long as the fruits you consume meet the safe ratio, it's safe to consume indefinitely without risks?
For all nutritionists and dietitians out there, I just want to hear your thought on this.