Apples are extremely rich in important antioxidants, flavonoids, and dietary fiber. The phytonutrients and antioxidants in apples may help reduce the risk of developing cancer, hypertension, diabetes, and heart disease. Apples also boost your energy levels, improve skin conditions, control body weight, and prevent premature aging.

Advertising with The Jewish Link has made me feel like a mini celebrity. Maybe not quite as famous as my instafamous wife @wellsquarednutrition (forgive the shameless plug), but my parents and kids take great pride in my weekly appearances, and other acquaintances—and even strangers—often approach me and say, “Hey Jeff, I saw your ad! Looks great!”

In the Fall of 2018 I wrote an article called Medicare Myths, “Who Not to Ask for Medicare Advice.” The article initiated several inquiries and clients. For reference, Google Medicare Myths Who Not to Ask for Medicare Advice by Robert Remin.  Last month I had the perfect storm scenario confirming Myth 5 so you will know “Who Ya Gonna Call” for Medicare advice.

One of the most important decisions for a person who signs a will (a “testator”) is the appointment of an Executor.  An Executor is responsible for carrying out the testator’s directions concerning the dispositions set out in the will.  An individual often appoints his or her spouse as Executor unless the spouse is unable to handle the job, in which case a child or someone else knowledgeable about the testator’s estate is named. Alternatively, a Co-Executor may be appointed to act together with the spouse or another individual.