A Clinician's Guide
to Nootropic Use

Presented by
Gregory Kelly, ND

What to expect

In the early 1970s, the word “nootropics” was coined to describe substances that enhance cognitive function and performance in healthy individuals. The range of characteristics that distinguish a substance as nootropic include enhancements of memory, concentration, and learning as well as neuroprotection of the brain. Nootropics work with natural brain chemistry to promote brain health, and because of their versatility, effectiveness, safety, and ease of use, nootropics have become increasingly popular.

In this two-part webinar, brain health expert Dr. Gregory Kelly will cover the complex subject of nootropics and bring attention to ingredients that enhance cognitive function. You will learn:

•  The history of nootropics

•  The biochemical mechanisms of action demonstrated by nootropics

•  The evidence-based rationale for clinical nootropic use

•  The six domains of cognitive function

•  How to answer the question, "What is thinking?"

Don’t miss this opportunity to join Dr. Kelly and learn about the clinical application of nootropic interventions. This two-part educational webinar will expand your knowledge on the plethora of options available to support cognitive health. Q&A will be conducted at the end of each session!

Meet the instructor

Gregory Kelly, ND

Gregory Kelly, ND, a naturopathic physician, is the director of product development at Neurohacker Collective ( and author Shape Shift, a book investigating the mystery of individuals’ shape and weight. Dr. Kelly was the editor of Alternative Medicine Review and has been an instructor at the University of Bridgeport in the College of Naturopathic Medicine where he taught classes in advanced clinical nutrition, counseling skills, and doctor-patient relationships. Dr. Kelly has published numerous articles on various aspects of natural medicine and nutrition, is a contributor to three chapters in the Textbook of Natural Medicine, and has more than 30 journal articles indexed on PubMed. His areas of special interest and expertise include nootropics, anti-aging and regenerative medicine, weight management, and the chronobiology of performance and health.
Patrick Jones - Course author