Hi Bill.Just to add onto what Sonnygill mentioned, and I just found out about it a year or two ago, it's not necessarily all starchy foods that can cause this, but rather gluten. I was surprized to find out its more prevalent than I would have thought, one figure cited 1 out of 5 people, however I think that number might be a bit high. Do a searh on Celiac condition, some call it a disease. I'm not saying that's your problem, just maybe a possibility.
Foods. I just saw this guy Stephen Pratt, MD, interviewed on one of the daily moning shows, about a new book called Superfoods Healthstyle.Thought to myself, well just another self appointed guru selling a book, but while listening to him, well, he might be in for book sales, but what he was touting made a whole lot of sense. Basically it was any colored fruit and vegetable, with emphasis on peppers, kiwi's , cabbage, etc. Wasn't to keen on a lot of the grains, with the exception of barely and oatmeal, praised the legumes. On to protein, he recommended the lower fat cuts of meat, and poultry, and really praised the cold water fatty fish for their omega-3 (EPA/DHA) content, and of course the olives ,olive oils and really pushed avacados. Hope this give you some idea