From the Sugar Happy Kitchen: Low Carb Keto Apple Walnut Cinnamon Muffins with Vegan Option

The origin of muffins comes from the United Kingdom. The American version is considered more of a cake, softer than their overseas counterpart, which resembles an English Muffin. I like this particular recipe because it is filling. The glycemic index is low at 35, while the glycemic load is 6.  The load index is significant […]

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5 Natural Ways to Lower Your Cholesterol Levels for Diabetes

Diabetes mellitus is a metabolic illness that produces excessive blood sugar and is widely understood as diabetes mellitus. The hormone insulin transfers the blood sugar into your cells for energy storage or utilization. The human body does not produce sufficient insulin or can’t utilize insulin properly with diabetes. Diabetes-related elevated blood sugar can harm your […]

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COVID-19 and Diabetes: The Link and Clinical Implications

Covid-19, the deadliest virus of the season, has taught us the importance of staying fit and how a little handshake with a person suffering from it can put us in a situation of life and death. And the consequences don’t end there; even when you recover from COVID, the lingering effects continue, sometimes becoming so […]

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Savvy Looping, 9/29/21: Dr. Laura Nally, Pediatric Endo/T1D/Looper Talks with Loop and Learn

Loop and Learn hosted a wonderful presentation on T1D, Looping, and pediatric patients with Dr. Laura Nally, pediatric endocrinologist at Yale University School of Medicine, T1D and Looper.  She shared so much information about managing kids with T1D, even beyond looping topics. She also wrote the first research paper on Looping during Pregnancy and shared […]

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Driving and Diabetes: What every person with T1D should have in their car

Driving and diabetes isn’t just about being prepared for lows, it’s also about being prepared for anything diabetes related. Just look at your car as a really big supply case!     Driving and Diabetes: What Every Person with T1D Should Have in Their Car It’s always a good idea to stash low snacks in […]

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Lilly’s generic form of Humalog now gets even cheaper

Here’s the news straight from the press release – Lilly’s Insulin Lispro Injection (the generic for Humalog), 100 units/mL — first introduced at half the list price of branded Humalog® (insulin lispro injection, 100 units/mL) in 2019 — will now have a 70 percent lower list price than Humalog U-100 starting January 1, 2022. Insulin […]

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