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    Low Carb Banana Bread (Gluten Free & No Sugar)

    By electricdiet / October 31, 2020

    This low-carb banana bread recipe is quick and easy to prepare and will always come out perfectly moist and tasty. Making banana bread sugar free and diabetes friendly is surprisingly easy. The base ingredients (bananas, almond flour, and cinnamon) provide plenty of flavor so you don’t have to use a lot of sweeteners. Just half […]

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      Keto Pumpkin Bread | Diabetes Strong

      By electricdiet / October 27, 2020

      For a rich fall treat, try this keto pumpkin bread topped with cream cheese frosting and chopped nuts! Enjoy it with coffee, for an afternoon snack, or as a mouth-watering dessert. Pumpkin has become a staple of fall cooking. From the infamous Pumpkin Spices Latte to pumpkin cookies and everything in between, you’ll find this […]

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        When I Dip, You Dip, We Dip – Corn Dip!

        By electricdiet / October 25, 2020

        Weekend Entertaining with Corn Dip There seems to always be a reason to have friends hang out – a weekend grill-out, rooting on your team, or just good old-fashioned game night. Whatever the gathering – this Corn Dip from Holly Clegg’s trim&TERRIFIC KITCHEN 101: Secrets to Cooking Confidence cookbook, is the perfect appetizer to whip […]

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          LDL Cholesterol and Dysglycemia: an Intriguing Physiological Relationship

          By electricdiet / October 22, 2020

          It is an unexpected but pleasant surprise when new clinical relationships are identified, and one of the most interesting is the inverse association between LDL cholesterol (LDLc) and type 2 diabetes (T2D) risk. Evidence from both randomized clinical trials and genetic studies indicates that regulation of plasma lipids and glycemic control is more closely linked […]

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            Cold Pea Soup with Crab and Mint

            By electricdiet / October 20, 2020

            This vibrant cold pea soup with crab and mint is so rich and delicious! Best of all, there’s no cooking required — simply allow it to chill for about an hour. As soon as the weather starts to warm up, I always crave chilled soups. They’re perfect with a crispy salad on a hot day, […]

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              Keto Meatloaf with Tomato Glace

              By electricdiet / October 16, 2020

              This easy Keto meatloaf is great for feeding a crowd or meal-prepping for the week! The recipe swaps out the bread crumbs for a tasty dish that’s low in carbs. Meatloaf is a staple under the “quick and easy dinner” category. It’s a great way to feed a crowd or meal-prep for the week! Traditional […]

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                Oh So Satisfying Best Chicken Tortilla Soup Recipe

                By electricdiet / October 14, 2020

                Crowd Pleasing Chicken Tortilla Soup Best Chicken Tortilla Soup recipe from Holly Clegg’s Gulf Coast Favorites cookbook is a great cool weather soup when you have extras to feed and when your goal is eating healthy. A cross between an easy White Chicken Chili and Tortilla Soup, this chunky chicken tortilla soup recipe is filled […]

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                  Maintaining Myocardial Glucose Utilization in Diabetic Cardiomyopathy Accelerates Mitochondrial Dysfunction

                  By electricdiet / October 12, 2020

                  Abstract Cardiac glucose uptake and oxidation are reduced in diabetes despite hyperglycemia. Mitochondrial dysfunction contributes to heart failure in diabetes. It is unclear whether these changes are adaptive or maladaptive. To directly evaluate the relationship between glucose delivery and mitochondrial dysfunction in diabetic cardiomyopathy, we generated transgenic mice with inducible cardiomyocyte-specific expression of the GLUT4. […]

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