I get so many different views on how to eat fruit the right way, I thought i'd start a thread on how to properly portion fruit intake. Example problem: I'm told that it's always good to eat fruit, and to eat fruit at every meal. Now this is very vague advice, as it's obviously possible to eat a banana at every "fruit intake". Yet I've read, and experienced, many problems involving eating too many banana's ( mad diarhea, too much sugar, etc). What's the scoop on each fruit, you fruit-eating geniuses. If there are other threads on this, then I must be blind, so post them here(in brail, if possible). I'd like to get a list on the pro's and con's of each fruit and how to intake them properly( and yes, I know there's a wide variety of fruit). You don't need to know how to eat a plethora of fruit, just leave an opinion/fact on at least one, and let the list compile slowly. Arguing is encouraged, lets get all the different views on the main fruits available: oranges, apples, bananas, grapes, etc. In no way am I implying that fruit is bad, I just want to take the next step on fruit education. Yes, I have googled this, but I haven't put together what I've learned yet. I wanted to get this thread out while I look up more stuff. And besides, a lot of the cites can be full of shit sometimes, so I'd like to hear it here regardless.