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According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, all rice can be fattening when too much is consumed at one time. A person who is on a diet or trying to maintain a healthy weight must eat rice in moderation because rice is loaded with carbohydrates and calories.

www.reference.com/article/brown-rice-fattening-d7807506726d33bd

As a whole, brown rice is considered an extremely healthy food and is not considered to be fattening. A 1-cup serving of brown rice has 216 calories, but only 15 from fat.

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When eaten in moderation, eggs are not a fattening food. Especially when eaten on their own, eggs do not cause a buildup of fat in healthy humans. Eggs are a very healthy food to include in a diet.

www.reference.com/article/apples-fattening-50eb04343b428af9

Apples are no more or less fattening than any other low-fat food, but they do have quite a bit of nutritional value. Apples generally contain between 75 and 100 calorie each, with the Macintosh variety on the low side with 70 calories and Red Delicious apples on the hig...

www.reference.com/article/least-fattening-foods-48e96ec4c28e8db1

Health magazine compiled a list of 30 foods with less than 40 calories per serving. All of the foods on the list are various vegetables and fruits with three exceptions: broth, coffee and tea.

www.reference.com/article/oranges-fattening-2f58cd152e04a96a

Oranges are not inherently fattening, according to Fruit and Veggies More Matters. Weight gain is attached to excessive calorie consumption, and a typical orange has about 80 calories. Loaded with 4 grams of fiber and 100 percent of the recommended daily value of vitami...

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Olives do contain a significant amount of fat. The type of fat that olives contain, however, is not unhealthy. Olives contain monounsaturated fat, which is considered a "good" fat.