I'm my opinion your taste buds would be a lot more accepting if you used a george foreman on the chicken. No matter what you throw into the water when boiling, it's not going to taste so well.
With the rice, get yourself a small steamer. Rice does not come out right when you try to fry a fresh batch. Quickest way is to steam the rice then lay it out on a flat sheet and put it in the fridge over night... seems to keep the moisture inside the rice so when you cook it, it doesn't get mushy.
Pam is a good alternative to oil, so Pam the pan and throw in some chopped fresh garlic. Cook that till it turns brown and toss in your rice. From there you can add whatever you'd like really. Broccoli, bell peppers, onions, scrambled egg whites, etc.
I usually season the rice with some black pepper, garlic powder, and then some low sodium soy sauce. I haven't looked into healthy tariaki(sp?) sauces, but that'd be great to throw in.
There should be lots of recipes out there for asian type of friend rice, but the above is something simple. It'll taste good once you start making it and determine it needs more of this or that.