Raspberries are high in fiber, aren't processed, and don't contain any grain products--
Actually I think all berries fit those conditions! After 20+ years of eating breakfast cereals or oatmeal every morning, I've switch to a handful of nuts and berries with greek yogurt.
Emil don't let all this advice overwhelm you -- most of us on this forum have been playing the real food game for a while now.
You'll probably have more success incorporating these ideas if you don't try to go 100% RIGHT NOW!!! Try improving just a couple things for a while, see what works for you then tackle another issue.
Thanks a lot for that! Berries, almonds, and greek yogurt are all at home so I can try tomorrow. I like 2 eggs with a bit of 100% organic egwhite mix and about 10g of whole grains in form of toast. Most whole grains, even those made out of "ancient grains" have whole rye kernels in them. Dub mentioned the rye is bad. What do you think?
In my short time here, I gained by far more practical and applicable knowledge than in 2 months prior. If anything, I hope I am not overwhelming the forum with questions.