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Greek yogurt dips are much higher in protein than those made with sour cream. Eating protein-rich foods has been shown to help boost fullness and metabolism, which may aid weight loss.

Ranch Greek yogurt dip

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Honey mustard makes a delicious spread for sandwiches and a fantastic dip for chicken and veggies. What’s more, making it at home is incredibly easy — and you can eliminate the unhealthy ingredients that store-bought varieties contain.

Honey mustard

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Hummus contains essential minerals such as iron and magnesium. It's also a great source of folate (key to the synthesis and repair of DNA), B vitamins, and zinc, the latter of which is beneficial for immune and metabolism function.


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Garlic avocado spread

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This peanut butter dip is loaded with protein, fiber, and healthy fats, and takes only a few minutes to prepare.

Peanut butter fruit dip

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White beans make an excellent base for dips. They’re also high in plant-based protein and fiber, which can keep you feeling full and promote good digestive health.

Lemon-herb white bean dip

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