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.

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Can You Save Your Posture?

Rounded shoulders and a hunched back might seem like they’re just part of the aging process, but they are not. And there is a good chance you can improve posture so you stand up taller, feel stronger, and have a lower risk for a potentially dangerous tumble. It’s probably a lot easier than you think ...click here to read more

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How to Find the Right Walking Shoes

Walking is one of the best and most accessible ways to boost physical activity. It can help reduce blood pressure, build some lower body strength, and have benefits for your bones and brain. And although it is relatively low-risk, there are still some. Even if you walk as little as three times per week for ...click here to read more

Common Recommendations for Better Brain Health May Impact Women, Men Differently

It’s long been known that physical and mental activity can help delay memory problems with age. But new research is showing the effects may be more pronounced for women. This new research looked at the cognitive reserve, or the brain’s ability to withstand the effects of diseases like Alzheimer’s without showing a decline in thinking ...click here to read more

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