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What's the difference between eating sugar in the form of whole fruits that contain fiber, minerals, and vitamins, and sugar that is eaten without those co-factors?

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    Fiber, minerals and vitamins are things the body needs. Of course, you could be getting them from other foods. Tastes vary, I'd rather get my fiber from real food instead of cereals that taste like sawdust.

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