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Best Low Sodium Hummus

Updated: Apr 24

I'm a pretty "snacky" person. I keep popcorn, peanuts, and applesauce around most of the time. But, when I have a minutes to make hummus from scratch, I load up on veggies or pretzels to eat with it and clean the bowl!


This recipe that's been a favorite of mine for years is super easy to make because it only requires 5 ingredients.


Hummus is naturally an excellent source of fiber and is low in potassium, making it a great snack if you have kidney disease. However, some of the store bought options can be a bit high in sodium and honestly, they're a little thinner than I like. I want a dip, not some runny chikckpea soup, you know?


A bowl of hummus on a table
This low sodium hummus is delicious and loaded with garlic!

This hummus low in sodium and potassium and high in fiber and linoleic acid, which has been linked to decreased inflammation in humans(1). It's also loaded with garlic which also has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Your kidneys, as well as your cardiovascular system, will thank you.


I use a food processor, but you can use a blender if you'd like. Once you've dished it up, you can drizzle a bit more olive oil over the top if you'd like and then serve with cucumbers, carrots, celery, or bell pepper strips for a kidney-friendly snack!





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