I eat oatmeal and on occasion also eat a sprouted whole grain tortilla wrap which is on Dr. M's list of approved breads and contains 3.5 grams of fat which is from the whole grain and sesame seeds. There is no added oil. I assume because Dr. M recommended it that it is ok to eat. The amount of oatmeal I eat also contains about 3.5 gms fat.
I like to mix corn and beans and half cup of corn contains 2.5 grams of fat.
That's not what I have as info on corn:http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/veg ... cts/2422/2
That shows 1/2 cup of yellow corn kernels have 1 gram of fat--5 calories out of a total of 66, so corn is about 8% fat. Black beans (as a for instance) have 1 gram of fat, 8 calories out of 227, so they are less than 4% fat. If you are eating other things during the day such as spinach (10% fat), cabbage (2% fat) and brown rice (6% fat) just as examples, the total fat percentage for the day is not going to get over 15% from the fat in the oatmeal alone, or the wraps either. But if, as Jeff says, you are adding other foods that are higher in fat, such as avocados or nuts, on a regular basis, you would bring that average higher.