Fruit is better than candy!
Some fruits are better than others.
You can train your sweet tooth to respond to things that don't seem sweet right now.
Also, your own experience with the peaches tells you something....repeat the experiment and then trust your intuition.
Xenophanes (c. 570–c.478 BCE) was a self-taught poet and philosopher... A story relates how a fellow philosopher once said to Xenophanes that he was unable to find a wise person. Xenophanes replied, “That’s very likely, since it takes a wise person to discover a wise person.”
First, he holds that our concepts of things are often relative to the perceiver; he writes, “If god had not made brown honey, people would think that figs are far sweeter than they do think of about them.” This may be the first written account of a philosophical position of relativism, namely, the view that the truth of some important claims depends on the views of some individual or social group. Xenophanes’ example of the sweetness of figs focuses specifically on the information that we receive through our senses. Figs indeed taste sweet to us, but the level of sweetness that we assign to figs depends on whether we’ve ever had honey, which is much sweeter.
The point being...as you journey down this road, your perception, motivation and discipline will vastly change as you cross into new territory.
"You must have a very strong reason for doing an exercise. If you don't, scrap it and move on." -Jim Wendler