Hummus can be good for you in moderation. Hummus is high in fibre and gives you iron, protein, and other important minerals. It is high in fat content but fat isn't necessarily bad for you. If it's eaten as part of a balanced diet, it should be healthy.
The nutritional value of traditional hummus comes from chickpeas, which are also called garbanzo beans. Chickpeas are low in fat, but olive oil increases the fat content in hummus. Olive oil is rich in monounsaturated fat, which is a healthy fat.
no, while hummus was originally made or pigg's fat it is now always made with chick peas,tahini, and paprika :)
Fat content could be high in a fish sandwich if the fish was deep-fried. There is also fat content in tarter sauce or dressing as well as in the bread or bun used for the sandwich. If the sandwich includes cheese, the fat content would be even higher.
no, but it has a high sugar content.
cream with a high fat content
foods that are high in moisture and in fat are more likely to be perishable
Hummus is a source of protein and the good type of fat called monounsaturated fat (that's if it is made with olive oil and many hummus recipes use this oil). It also contains calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, and a few other trace minerals. It also contains a little of the B vitamins including a decent amount of folic acid, which benefits the heart, and a little vitamin A.
The worst snack food is crisps. Crisps are high in fat and salt content and are not good for the body.
The use of the phrase protein intake and fat content is a bit confusing here so will answer this question two ways. 1) Protein content vs. Fat content Fat content and protein content do not follow a prescribed formula. Some meat is inherently lean, many confections have a very high fat content and practically no protien. For example: Many cuts of beef have much less fat than dark meat chicken. Fish may be high in fat but the primary source of fat is Omega fatty acids. which are considered "good" fat. 2) Protein intake (consumption) by a food animal vs. fat content of the end product Protein intake of a food animal (cow, pig, lamb, chicken) does not contribute to the fat content of any end product unless the food animal is also consuming high carbohydrate. Any excess calories can be turned into fat, however, high carbohydrate consumption lends itself to fat production. This is why grass fed beef is leaner than beef that has been finished using a high carbohydrate product like corn.
Pepperoni has protein content, but is also high in saturated fat and salt content.
they are high in fat content
Hamburgers are high in fat content.
it depends on what u eat as to how much fat u havve
You can make a wrap with chicken and avocados. It's low fat and high in protein. Also, you can make salads with oil and vinegar dressing. Be careful, many salad dressings are high in fat content.
Any foods with high fat or saturated fat content, too much sugar or salt
An egg has about 4-5 grams of fat. If you are worried about fat content, eat egg whites.
sausages are not healthy due to their high content of fat.
Muffins are soft because of high fat content.
fat content is too high
It has a large fat content
Lipemic blood serum refers to a condition where the serum is milky white from its high fat content. Lipemic blood serum refers to a condition where the serum is milky white from its high fat content.
If you have high cholesterol and want to lower it you should eat nuts, fruits and vegetables. Limit high fat content and dairy products which can increase cholesterol.
Burgers have high fat and cholosteral content from the meat and/or cheese.
Corned Beef has a high fat and sodium content.
No sadly not due to the high fat content :(