Mastering Diabetes – A High-Carb Plant-Based Diet For Diabetes Management

    By electricdiet / February 24, 2020

    There are many different approaches to nutrition and blood sugar management for people living with diabetes. Some people swear by low-carb or ketogenic diets, some prefer diets with more balanced macronutrients, while others are strictly vegan. All of these diets work and we don’t advocate for one particular nutritional approach here on Diabetes Strong. Instead, […]


      Beef Tenderloin Recipe In Oven – Impressive, Easy and Perfectly Cooked

      By electricdiet / February 22, 2020

      Wow Your Guests With Best Beef Tenderloin Recipe – Plan Ahead When planning a dinner party, Holly’s Dijon Pepper Beef Tenderloin recipe always tops the menu. This recipe makes you appear like a chef in the kitchen and truly is effortless. This scrumptious  and easy whole beef tenderloin recipe from Guy’s Guide To Eating Well makes such an […]


        Predictive Modeling of Type 1 Diabetes Stages Using Disparate Data Sources

        By electricdiet / February 20, 2020

        Abstract This study aims to model genetic, immunologic, metabolomics, and proteomic biomarkers for development of islet autoimmunity (IA) and progression to type 1 diabetes in a prospective high-risk cohort. We studied 67 children: 42 who developed IA (20 of 42 progressed to diabetes) and 25 control subjects matched for sex and age. Biomarkers were assessed […]


          Mediterranean Zucchini Noodles with Goat Cheese

          By electricdiet / February 18, 2020

          Need a new idea for zoodles? Try Mediterranean Zucchini Noodles with Goat Cheese plus spinach, walnuts, and sun-dried tomatoes. It makes a great side dish or light lunch. Zucchini season is winding down and I’ve been taking full advantage of it. We’ve made Roasted Zucchini Fries with Parmesan, Zucchini Roll-Ups with Goat Cheese and Peppers, […]


            Shrimp Spring Rolls – My Bizzy Kitchen

            By electricdiet / February 16, 2020

            I like to think that I am a pretty good cook, and have definitely gotten better over the years.  I am a visual learner so if I am new at something, I can watch a few YouTube videos and get the gist of the recipe. Spring rolls, however, have never worked for me.  The wrappers […]


              Diabetic Diarrhea: Treatment and Prevention

              By electricdiet / February 14, 2020

              While anyone — with or without diabetes — can experience bouts of diarrhea, it can be the direct result of diabetes for some. Also referred to as “diabetic diarrhea,” this is one of the lesser-known complications of diabetes, but it can be incredibly difficult to manage and live with on a daily basis. It’s estimated […]


                Clinical and Molecular Prevalence of Lipodystrophy in an Unascertained Large Clinical Care Cohort

                By electricdiet / February 10, 2020

                Abstract Lipodystrophies are a group of disorders characterized by absence or loss of adipose tissue and abnormal fat distribution, commonly accompanied by metabolic dysregulation. Although considered rare disorders, their prevalence in the general population is not well understood. We aimed to evaluate the clinical and genetic prevalence of lipodystrophy disorders in a large clinical care […]


                  Pear Guacamole with Pistachios (Low-Sodium)

                  By electricdiet / February 8, 2020

                  The older I get the more avocados I eat and the better I like guacamole. This Pear Guacamole with Pistachios features sweetness plus a hint of smoke from the toasted nuts. You know avocados are good for you, right? Loaded with monounsaturated fat, vitamins, potassium, and a slew of other nutrients, they may reduce the […]


                    Banana Oat Pancakes – My Bizzy Kitchen

                    By electricdiet / February 6, 2020

                    I started to do a meal plan over the weekend and was looking through sale flyers, but realized I still had plenty of food in my fridge/freezer and pantry that I didn’t need to buy anything but fresh fruit. I spent $6.68 cents on groceries this week.  I bought bananas for Hannah but they were […]