Roots Spinach Hummus Ranked Best Hummus Flavor by Eat This, Not That!

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Roots displays its ingredients right on the top of the container for a reason: they have nothing to hide and every reason to be proud! We love that Roots found a way to get rid of some of the fat content in their hummus while adding superfoods like spinach. There’s a reason spinach is on our list of best recipes for zero belly. It’s high in protein and fiber for long lasting fullness and energy. Plus, it’s a great source of vitamin K which helps your blood clot properly and keeps your bones strong. And, it adds full-bodied, nutritious flavor to our favorite little dip.

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