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Eid HM, Martineau LC, Saleem A, Muhammad A, Vallerand D, Benhaddou-Andaloussi A, Nistor Baldea LA, Afshar A, Arnason JT, Haddad PS.  2010.  Stimulation of AMP-activated protein kinase and enhancement of basal glucose uptake in muscle cells by quercetin and quercetin glycosides, active principles of the antidiabetic medicinal plant Vaccinium vitis-idaea.. 54(7):991-1003.PDF icon FRP-015-01-05-X Eid 2008-11-20 (PlainLanguage).pdf (20.92 KB)
Eid HM, Vallerand D, Muhammad A, Durst T, Haddad PS, Martineau LC.  2010.  Structural constraints and the importance of lipophilicity for the mitochondrial uncoupling activity of naturally occurring caffeic acid esters with potential for the treatment of insulin resistance..
Eid HM, Brault A, Thong F, Ouchfoun M, Vallerand D, Arnason JT, Sweeney G, Haddad P.  2010.  Lowbush Cranberries as a way to fight weight and diabetes. Results from some studies on mice. PDF icon FRP-020-1-08-XY_Eid_2010-06-07_(PageLayout)[1].pdf (945.3 KB)
Eid HM, Ouchfoun M, Brault A, Vallerand D, Musallam L, Arnason JT, Haddad PS.  2014.  Lingonberry (Vaccinium vitis-idaea L.) Exhibits Antidiabetic Activities in a Mouse Model of Diet-Induced Obesity.. Evid Based Complement Alternat Med. 2014:645812.PDF icon FRP-021-01-08 vitis in vivo antiobesity-plainlang-April16-2010.pdf (123.67 KB)
Eid HM, Brault A, Ouchfoun M, Thong F, Vallerand D, Musallam L, Arnason JT, Sweeney G, Haddad PS.  2014.  Lingonberry (Vaccinium vitis-Idaea L) Mobilizes L6 Muscle GLUT4 Transporters and Exerts Anti-Obesity and Antidiabetic Effects in vivo. PDF icon FRP-021-01-08 vitis in vivo antiobesity-plainlang-April16-2010.pdf (123.67 KB)
Eid HM, Ouchfoun M, Saleem A, Guerrero-Analco JA, Walshe-Roussel B, Musallam L, Rapinski M, Cuerrier A, Martineau LC, Arnason JT et al..  2016.  A combination of (+)-catechin and (-)-epicatechin underlies the in vitro adipogenic action of Labrador tea (Rhododendron groenlandicum), an antidiabetic medicinal plant of the Eastern James Bay Cree pharmacopeia.. J Ethnopharmacol. 178:251-7.PDF icon Ingredients in Labrador tea that affect how our bodies store fat (183.83 KB)