I am in no way trying to stretch the conversation into an argument. However, it is noteworthy to say that fructose makes up about 60% of HFCS. Hence, "high-fructose" corn syrup. Too much fruit is devastating to a serious bodybuilder. In fact, unless I was literally doing cardio at the moment, I wouldn't eat it period. And even then, maltodextrin and complex carbs in general run circles around fructose's ability to replenish muscle glycogen, since fructose actually doesn't fill muscle glycogen directly but in a rather round about way and at a very pitiful rate at that since a large portion of fructose converts to fatty acids and are put up into fat cells before being utilized later. With that said, marathon runners could eat all the fruit in the world without worrying about accumulating too much fat.
You can disagree. That is perfectly fine. But what I am saying here has plenty of data to support at least the notion that it might be correct.