Hi, I'm Teresa and welcome to my Fresh Kitchen. Today, I wanna talk to you about healthy fruits versus non-healthy fruits, which kinda sounds counter-intuitive. I mean, how could a fruit be unhealthy? And, I'm really not sure that it can be. Our obesity rates certainly aren't growing from eating too much fruit, the problem is from too much sugar. And, the way that your fruit is prepared dramatically increases the amount of sugar in your diet. So, here are some great examples: a cup of fresh pineapple has only 80 calories. If you buy that in the dried form, that's been sweetened, the same amount of calories is just one ounce. Another example would be orange juice. An eight ounce glass of orange juice is still high in vitamin C, but it has 110 calories, whereas if you'd just had a small orange, it would have anywhere between 50 and 60 calories, and give you two grams of fiber along with it. And, lastly, banana chips. Banana chips seem like they'd be so healthy because they look so close to a banana, but actually, they've been dried out and fried in coconut oil, so they're high in saturated fat, and much higher in sugar. So, a whole banana has about a hundred calories, whereas only a half an ounce of banana chips has a hundred calories. So, when you're thinking about which fruits are healthy versus not healthy, remember it's not the fruit itself, it's the form in which you decide to eat it.