I checked my spaghetti and this brand was a whole wheat pasta, so no enriched grains.
Ezekial bread is a whole grain bread but it is made from sprouted grains, which means they allow the kernel to sprout then grind it up to use in the bread. So it's still a whole grain, but when it is sprouted, the kernel releases enzymes that help digest the wheat before it even enters the body. It also contains more protein and more available vitamins and minerals. The texture of the bread is a little different, it's more dense and flavorful.
So I hope that makes sense. As long as you are reading the label and eating whole grain or whole wheat, you're good. Sprouted bread is just a little step up- it's also more expensive. Stay away from white bread!
If you can't feed birds white bread, why should you feed it to your kids??
Oh, and if you're gluten sensitive or have celiac's... just ignore everything I'm talking about- you can't have any of it.