Easy Chicken and Dumplings Recipe with Bisquick – Two Shortcuts + Healthy

    By electricdiet / January 23, 2020

    Easy Chicken and Dumplings Recipe With Favorite Two Shortcuts! Tastes like grandma cooked it! This go-to easy Chicken and Dumplings recipe is the ultimate comfort food. Healthy chicken and dumplings recipe is from the Rapid Rotisserie Chicken Chapter in KITCHEN 101. Make this wonderful, scrumptious creamy Bisquick chicken and dumplings recipe in minutes instead of hours. You can find […]


      The cGAS-cGAMP-STING Pathway: A Molecular Link Between Immunity and Metabolism

      By electricdiet / January 21, 2020

      Introduction For maintenance of normal physiological function, a living organism needs to obtain nutrients from the environment and convert it into energy through its metabolic system. Meanwhile, the organism has to protect itself from attacks of potential pathogenic invaders. Evolutionarily, it is not surprising that the functions of the immune and metabolic systems are closely […]


        Banh Mi Chicken Burger Lettuce Wraps

        By electricdiet / January 19, 2020

        I love banh mi sandwiches primarily due to all of their pickled vegetable goodness. (I’m a huge vinegar fan, as you know.) Unfortunately, most of them have way too little meat and vegetables for all of the bread they include. These Banh Mi Chicken Burger Lettuce Wraps give you all of the flavors, but no […]


          Marzetti Avocado Ranch Taco Salad

          By electricdiet / January 17, 2020

          Hi guys!  I’ve missed you!  But promise, things are working behind the scenes to give you the best blog experience.  Guess what?  You’ll actually be able to find my recipes!  I hope to have it up and running with the new look in the next week or so.  Thank you for being patient! I have […]


            Type 1 Diabetes When You Are Sick with a Cold, Flu, or Stomach Virus

            By electricdiet / January 15, 2020

            Getting “real people” sick with type 1 diabetes inevitably comes with a variety of extra concerns because a severe virus, cold, or infection can have a big impact on your blood sugar and your insulin needs. In this article, we’ll discuss the need-to-know details of managing type 1 diabetes and your overall wellbeing when you […]


              Interaction Between Type 2 Diabetes Prevention Strategies and Genetic Determinants of Coronary Artery Disease on Cardiometabolic Risk Factors

              By electricdiet / January 13, 2020

              Abstract Coronary artery disease (CAD) is more frequent among individuals with dysglycemia. Preventive interventions for diabetes can improve cardiometabolic risk factors (CRFs), but it is unclear whether the benefits on CRFs are similar for individuals at different genetic risk for CAD. We built a 201-variant polygenic risk score (PRS) for CAD and tested for interaction […]


                Peach Chia Jam (No Added Sugar)

                By electricdiet / January 11, 2020

                My husband’s natural penchant to chat led us to acquire 28 pounds of fresh, ripe peaches for $10 last week at the farmers’ market. Needless to say, I’ve been looking for peachy ideas and stumbled onto Peach Chia Jam made in the Instant Pot. I’ve seen a lot of chia jam recipes before, mostly of […]


                  Nyrvana Truffles – My Bizzy Kitchen

                  By electricdiet / January 9, 2020

                  I’ve been a Nyrvana Partner for a few months and I’ve been loving their product.  They have a chocolate and peanut butter truffle that is out of this world.  I never used to have a sweet tooth – salty food was my jam.  But then I found gummy bears and well, I just can’t stop […]


                    Workouts for Improved Insulin Sensitivity (Workout Videos)

                    By electricdiet / January 7, 2020

                    Whether you live with type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes, prediabetes or any other type of diabetes, you can benefit from improving your insulin sensitivity. The four workout videos in this post can help you do just that. Your insulin sensitivity is how effective your body is at using the insulin it produces (if you […]


                      Longitudinal Pattern of First-Phase Insulin Response Is Associated With Genetic Variants Outside the Class II HLA Region in Children With Multiple Autoantibodies

                      By electricdiet / January 5, 2020

                      Abstract A declining first-phase insulin response (FPIR) is associated with positivity for multiple islet autoantibodies, irrespective of class II HLA DR-DQ genotype. We examined the associations of FPIR with genetic variants outside the HLA DR-DQ region in the Finnish Type 1 Diabetes Prediction and Prevention (DIPP) study in children with and without multiple autoantibodies. Association […]