Can You Eat Low-Carb & Still Protect the Environment?

Sam Sifton, an esteemed food editor at The New York Times, once wrote a piece entitled, “What to Cook in A Changing Climate.” The premise of Sifton’s article was simple: How do we minimize our carbon footprint based on the foods we eat? The growing consensus among environmental activists, climate scientists, and nutritionists is that […]

Updates on the Environmental Triggers of Type 1 Diabetes (ADA 2020)

The onset of type 1 diabetes (T1D) usually entails a genetic predisposition to developing the condition, as well as an “environmental trigger” (such as a viral infection, or another exposures). As we previously reported, a multi-center international research effort called TEDDY (The Environmental Determinants of Diabetes in the Young) has been investigating potential environmental triggers […]