The history of hummus is extensive and so are its health benefits. It originated in the Middle East and boasts of high fibre, protein, carbohydrates, and low in fat content. The preparation is simple and is extremely versatile.
With zero preservatives, additives and stabilisers, it is vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, and sugar-free. Let’s take a look at how this smooth-textured dish can make our meals healthy and yummy:
Although hummus is a great source of energy, anyone with a weak digestive system should avoid eating hummus post 4 pm, as it could lead to gastric issues. Hummus is an ancient snack and can be consumed at any one of your meals for the day.
(The author is an integrative nutritionist, Life Coach and NLP Expert)
Get creative by blending a new ingredient along with the classic hummus