For decades we were the eaters of whole wheat bread, whole wheat pasta, whole grain crackers and chips. Going gluten free four and a half years ago made finding whole grain products much more complicated. These are some labels from our kitchen. I'm not particularly proud of having purchased some of them.
Food products with many more "starch" ingredients can be found on the grocery shelves in stores. My main point in all of this is: "STARCH" is NOT food!
White rice flour and sweet rice flour are pretty much devoid of nutrients or fiber.
How in the world can it be whole grain with all those "starches"?
I question the wisdom of feeding soy to children.
The next three are pasta, cereal, chips:
Whole Grain, NO STARCH
We eat vegetables, fruit, lean meat (including chicken, turkey, fish). This amazing plate of left-overs includes, chicken with homemade cajun sauce, squash, green beans, spinach with quinoa and organic mustard and a strawberry for garnish.