Author Archives : Mat Lecompte

About eight years ago, Mat Lecompte had an epiphany. He’d been ignoring his health and suddenly realized he needed to do something about it. Since then, through hard work, determination and plenty of education, he has transformed his life. He’s changed his body composition by learning the ins and outs of nutrition, exercise, and fitness and wants to share his knowledge with you. Starting as a journalist over 10 years ago, Mat has not only honed his belief system and approach with practical experience, but he has also worked closely with nutritionists, dieticians, athletes, and fitness professionals. He embraces natural healing methods and believes that diet, exercise and willpower are the foundation of a healthy, happy, and drug-free existence.


Can Adults Have ADHD?

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, has the connotation of being a condition impacting children and teenagers. But adults have it, too. Adult ADHD is a disorder that can make life difficult and stressful to navigate. It includes persistent problems like difficulty paying attention, hyperactivity, and impulsive behavior. It can cause trouble with relationships and, if unmanaged, here to read more

Is That Ringing in Your Ears Meniere’s Disease?

If the ringing in your ears lasts well after the Memorial Day fireworks, you might be wondering why. There could be several explanations, but one could be Meniere’s disease. Meniere’s disease is a chronic inner ear disorder that impacts hearing balance. It is one of the most common causes of dizziness and can also lead here to read more


Have a Healthy Memorial Day Weekend

Memorial Day is getting close, and you’re likely getting into your planning process. It will be the first feast of the season for most, and you’re surely licking your chops. Everybody needs to let loose and indulge sometimes, and there is really no better time than a long weekend. And if you have one day here to read more

Can Yoga Lower Blood Pressure?

If you’re dealing with mildly or slightly high blood pressure, yoga may be an effective option to help bring it down. A small pool of research suggests that yoga can help lower blood pressure. The relaxation/meditation activity uses various stretching poses that may positively impact your heart. Studies show that yoga can lower blood pressure, here to read more