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    Roasted Zucchini Fries with Parmesan

    By electricdiet / June 30, 2020

    These roasted zucchini fries with Parmesan are oven-baked to crispy perfection. And you only need a few ingredients to make this delicious summer side dish! Looking for something crispy and easy to serve with your meal? These roasted zucchini fries with Parmesan are one of my favorite side dishes, especially for the summer! They’re the […]

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      Back on Track – My Bizzy Kitchen

      By electricdiet / June 28, 2020

      If I were to search my blog and see how many times I’ve said “hit the reset button!” or “the switch is now on!” I would probably have a million dollars and could have retired by now.  But, such is the case.  Since working from home and so close to my kitchen, I’ve been making […]

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        Apple Cider Vinegar for Diabetes: Does it Help?

        By electricdiet / June 26, 2020

        Apple cider vinegar — also known as “ACV” — is a trendy ingredient these days. Personally, I love pouring a big splash of it into an ice-cold glass of fruit-flavored seltzer! But recently, apple cider vinegar is also being touted as a home remedy for people living with diabetes, with claims that it can help […]

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          Vitamin D Receptor Overexpression in β-Cells Ameliorates Diabetes in Mice

          By electricdiet / June 24, 2020

          Abstract Vitamin D deficiency has been associated with increased incidence of diabetes, both in humans and in animal models. In addition, an association between vitamin D receptor (VDR) gene polymorphisms and diabetes has also been described. However, the involvement of VDR in the development of diabetes, specifically in pancreatic β-cells, has not been elucidated yet. […]

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            Low-Carb General Tso’s Chicken – Diabetic Foodie

            By electricdiet / June 22, 2020

            Satisfy your takeout cravings without the unnecessary carbs! You’ll love the sweet flavors and crispy texture of this low-carb General Tso’s chicken. Who doesn’t love General Tso’s chicken? This sweet and crispy dish is a westernized version of Chinese food, but it’s one of the most popular carry-out dishes. Unfortunately, it’s not very heart-healthy or […]

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              Pork and Mushroom Wontons – My Bizzy Kitchen

              By electricdiet / June 20, 2020

              I love when I can make one dish and morph it into a few things later in the week, like these pork and mushroom wontons. I love wontons so much because the possibilities are endless.  Have some protein and veggies?  Wrap it up in a wonton.  I bought 1/2 a pound of ground pork from […]

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                10 Low-Carb Muffin Recipes | Diabetes Strong

                By electricdiet / June 18, 2020

                These low-carb muffin recipes are super delicious, easy to make, and perfect for a healthy breakfast or snack on the go! Why low-carb muffins? Everybody loves a delicious muffin. Unfortunately, the amount of sugar and carbs you find in traditional muffins makes them more like a dessert than a healthy breakfast. If you want to […]

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                  Cinnamon Rolls with Biscuits Make Easy Cinnamon Rolls Recipe with Kids

                  By electricdiet / June 16, 2020

                  Cinnamon Rolls with Biscuits – Easy Cinnamon Rolls Recipe Fun For Kids Cinnamon Rolls with biscuits make favorite easy cinnamon rolls recipe. In fact, you probably have these four ingredients for Easy Cinnamon Rolls from KITCHEN 101 cookbook already in your panty to easily make cinnamon roll biscuits. You can whip up this simple cinnamon […]

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                    Hyperuricemia Predisposes to the Onset of Diabetes via Promoting Pancreatic β-Cell Death in Uricase-Deficient Male Mice

                    By electricdiet / June 14, 2020

                    Introduction Hyperuricemia (HU), a metabolic condition characterized by elevated serum urate (SU), is a primary cause of gout. Epidemiological studies have demonstrated the rapid increasing prevalence of HU worldwide in the last decades (1–3). Although some recent studies have highlighted the connection between SU and glucose homeostasis and indicated that each 1 mg/dL increase in […]

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                      Diabetic Foodie: What’s Next? – Diabetic Foodie

                      By electricdiet / June 12, 2020

                      Change is good. At least that’s what I keep telling myself. Last fall, I attended the DiabetesSisters PODS Leadership conference. Shawn Shepheard of The Leadership Advantage led a session about creating our vision for the future. We each wrote down our biggest opportunities and what challenges might keep them from becoming reality. It was the […]

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