Potatoes contain almost every single nutrient a human needs to survive.
Bread types such as wheat, seven-grain, multigrain and honey wheat may contain whole grains, but they might not be made with whole wheat grain.
Brown rice, red rice, gold rice, black rice and purple rice are all whole rice, but with a differently-pigmented outer layer.
Chickpeas are the main ingredient in humus.
Whole wheat spaghetti contains a good amount of complex carbs, fiber, manganese, copper, and selenium.
Barley contains 8 essential amino acids, B-group vitamins and minerals such as magnesium, phosphorus, iron and zinc.
Beans are one of the most concentrated sources of plant-based protein in the world.
White flour, commonly used for baking biscuits, is almost immediately metabolized into sugar.
Brown rice cakes are gluten-free.
Brown rice chips are relatively low in calories and high in fiber.