This week’s podcast guest, Dr. Greg Kelly, has one of the most impressive backgrounds and he’s trained under some of the best teachers out there.
Dr. Kelly has written and published numerous articles on natural medicine and nutrition, he has more than 30 journal articles indexed on PubMed, and he’s contributed to three chapters in the Textbook of Natural Medicine.
On top of that, he’s a naturopathic physician (N.D.), the author of the book Shape Shift, and he’s the past editor of the Alternative Medicine Review.
He’s also been an instructor at the University of Bridgeport in the College of Naturopathic Medicine and he’s now the current lead product formulator at Neurohacker Collective.
To say he’s very accomplished would be an understatement.
That’s why I couldn’t wait to get Dr. Kelly on the show to share his incredible knowledge and insights with you.
In this episode, Dr. Kelly and I dive into a number of different topics ranging from key health markers, mental models, optimizing brain health, promoting anti-aging in a healthy manner, and so much more.Everything is a stressor. It’s just a question of whether that stress is acting to toughen us up or it exceeds our ability to deal with it and it’s being counterproductive. Click To Tweet
Dr. Kelly also shares more about key vitamins and minerals along with the one nutrient that he feels most people are deficient in and how you can add more of it into your life.
You’ll also discover more about Dr. Kelly’s impressive background, how he found himself down this path of naturopathic medicine and neurohacking, and what the main similarities and differences are between a naturopathic doctor and a traditional one.
Here’s a sneak peek at what’s in store when you tune in:
- Dr. Greg Kelly shares his extensive background and how he went from being an officer in the Navy to becoming a naturopath doctor
- What made Dr. Kelly pursue naturopath instead of traditional medicine
- Why he chose to pack his bags and travel the world like a gypsie and what he used to keep his health protected while doing so
- Dr. Kelly also shares his journey from living and taking classes in Hawaii, teaching yoga and meditation, and eventually moving to Arizona and Connecticut to learn and practice medicine
- Where he was first introduced to naturopathic medicine
- The differences and similarities between a naturopathic and traditional doctor
- Why the same treatment methods don’t work for everyone
- Dr. Kelly also shares his framework on health
- The most important marker of health
- Mental models and why they’re so important for better health
- Why there’s two fundamental camps when it comes to health and why Dr. Kelly believes in the power of one more than the other
- The use of hydrotherapy
- Why Dr. Kelly believes there are several paths to better health
- The metaphor he uses to help people understand the impact of their daily choices on health
- Dr. Kelly also shares more about allergies and how this affects people
- Why he switched into formulating products
- Why Dr. Kelly firmly believes that more is not always better, including with supplementation
- The supplement schedule he follows
- Dr. Kelly also dives into specific vitamins and minerals and how they impact the body
- The one thing most people on the planet aren’t getting enough of and what you can do to change that
Mentioned in This Episode
- Dr. Greg Kelly’s website
- Dr. Greg Kelly’s LinkedIn and Neurohacker Collectives’ Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube channel
- The Neurohacker Collective Blog
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