In small amounts, yes. It's high in protein, and if you eat it with raw veggies, it can make a healthy, meat-free meal or snack.
Watch your portion size, though. Most hummus is made with tahini (sesame butter), which is high in fat, and olive oil, a heart-healthy fat. Most packaged hummus calculate their serving sizes in one or two tablespoon portions.
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