Water isn't fattening since it doesn't have any calories, fat, or carbs. But, it is a good way to lose weight if you drink lots of water and it's good for keeping healthy skin. If anything water is very good for you.
Asked in Oranges
Are oranges fattening?
Almost anything other than water is fattening if you eat enough of it, but it would be very difficult to eat enough oranges for them to be fattening. There are only about 80 calories in an orange, and no fat. But they do contain a lot of sugar, fructose to be exact. ...
Asked in Dieting and Weight Loss, Salad
Is salad fattening?
If it contains fattening ingredients, then yes. Otherwise no. Caesar salad, for one, is fattening. Anything with nuts, meat, cheese, etc. is at least somewhat fattening And the dressing is extremely fattening, look for a low fat one or vinaigrette. ...
Asked in Example Sentences
How do you use fattening in a sentence?
Example sentences using the word fattening: The cream cakes at Greggs Bakers are very fattening. The farmer is fattening the turkeys ready for Christmas. The starved children in the village needed quick fattening if they were to survive another winter. ...
Asked in Chemistry, Dieting and Weight Loss
Are ice cubes fattening?
Well... assuming that the ice cubes you're consuming are only made of water then no, they're not at all fattening. Although I suppose if you ate so many of them that you started to retain water then you might experience some unpleasant bloating. ...
Asked in Health, Houseplants
Is sparkling water in any way more fattening than tap water or have any relation to cellulite problems?
If it's just water, even carbonated water (ie water with carbon dioxide, a gas, added) it isn't fattening at all. Water has no calories. If, on the other hand, it's one of those flavored, sweetened, vitamined "waters", it could contain more calories and therefore be considered more fattening (although I very much doubt that there's anything resembling water out there that contains any kind of fat in itself). ...