I agree about filling the emptiness with sweets, or food in general. The times I was there, five times over five years, I spent big blocks of time being tutored by Nicole, and others... Plus I watched the eating patterns of the long timers... So my guess is that if you're told now (or at some time) to eat more veggies than fruits, that in itself, if followed, mentally contradicts your impulses to eat more sweet fruits. Or,, what do You if you come across an abandoned fig tree and the figs are perfectly ripe, you break them apart and they ooze sweet jam like sugars, and they are the type of figs that don't burn your tongue, when do you stop? My point here is, big deal if it's only a few times a year this happens. But if it's the next day and you've imported a Durian, as Montrame did/does, and then you have bought a dozen mangoes... the way we can find really yummy ripe fruit year around these days, either you're using some discipline and limiting how much you eat, or you're indulging and believing that you're body needs 'these' nutrients and will tell you when you've had enough. So it's not that we're not adapted to eat fruits,, my point is how much and how often. My experience with eating fat for calories vs. fruit is that now even though I still enjoy the taste of fruit, I can feel the effects of rising blood sugar, and not to mention what I think about it. Before I 'found' fat as a fuel source, I had little or no idea of what it was doing, and would not look closely enough after eating it as to how it really made me feel. But then, we're all different. And some of us have less or more love that truly fills us.