This issue we feature our Chief Medical Advisor, Stanley Lewis, MD, MPH, who oversees all Diabetes Relief Medical Directors and medical operations. We are very fortunate to have Dr. Lewis expand his role with our medical team as we grow. His knowledge and experience are tremendous assets to the Diabetes Relief enterprise. In his medical career spanning more than 20 years, his work has been dedicated to primary patient care, clinical research, teaching, and healthcare administration. He is devoted to medical research and improving the way we approach medical conditions and deliver care. However, his most endearing quality is the sincere care he brings to the medical profession. Dr. Lewis lives by the mantra, “No one cares how much you know until they know how much you care.” Dr. Lewis is recognized as a key opinion leader in internal medicine, and he has been invited to deliver educational presentations nationally…
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Place sugar-free cookie in the bottom of paper cupcake liner in muffin pan. Cream and combine: Two 8-oz. packages cream cheese (room temp.); 1 cup sugar substitute (Stevia or XyloSweet); 2 eggs (room temp.). Add 1 tsp. Vanilla. Divide mixture evenly among the 12 cookie-lined muffin tins and bake at 350̊ F for 20 minutes. Let cool 10–12 minutes (mixture will “sink;” do not worry). When cooled, top each “muffin” with a dollop of no-sugar-added pie filling (Hunter likes Lucky Leaf Apple or Lite Cherry) and Land O’Lakes sugar-free whipped cream. Enjoy! Leftovers (if there are any) should be refrigerated.