Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Lenny Lesser
Veggie-loving family doctor on a bike
Veggie-loving family doctor on a bike
About
Posts

Post has attachment
My new blog: What to do with The Refugees?
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
What to do with The Refugees?
The truth is, I don't really have a solution. Just some brief thoughts on the refugee problem around the world: Yesterday, in Yom Kippur Services we spoke how a famous Rabbi (Hillel) summed up the Torah (Old Testament) while standing on one leg. He simply s...
Add a comment...

Post has attachment

Post has attachment
Supplements are Not Helpful for Athletes or Regular People
I am an avid cyclist. I would be happy to take any "natural" substance that helped my performance, but did not harm my body. Today, a well know professional pulled out of the Tour of Utah due to a positive finding of synthetic testosterone in a blood sample...
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
New Recommendations on Obesity Prevention in Kids
The American Academy of Pediatrics just issued a new report on how to prevent excessive weight gain in kids. Here are the highlights: Education and advice are unlikely to be effective. Environmental change and more advanced behavior modification are more ef...
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Reducing Saturated Fat: Worth it?
We recently published an article was a "Mythbusters" on nutrition.  One of the controversial parts of the article was whether reducing saturated fats was a worthwhile nutritional focus. Of course, all of the major groups, including the IOM, reinforce the im...
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Add a comment...

Post has shared content
My favorite +Philip Morris International product used to be Marlboro Box.
I'm liking their new mascot, Jeff the tumor ridden lung. #JeffWeCan   #Marlboro  

As Jeff always says, "Smoke'em if you got'em!!"

#JeffWeCan  mascot courtesy of +Last Week Tonight with John Oliver 
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment

Post has shared content
Americans now have the cheapest food in history, when measured as a fraction of disposable income. During the 1930s, Americans spent about 1/4 of their disposable income on food. Today, Americans spend about 1/4 of their disposable income on food.

http://bit.ly/1tq2Tbd
Add a comment...
Wait while more posts are being loaded