Dr. Adam Nally (a.k.a Doc Muscles) cohosts the very popular podcast KetoTalk with Jimmy Moore. When he’s not answering listener questions on that show, he’s busy running a private family practice where he sees roughly 6500 patients every year.
After medical school, Dr. Nally decided that he’d much rather help a wide variety of problems, instead of focusing on one narrow area of specialization. That led him to opening a family practice. Over the years, he noticed that he was beginning to put on weight, even though he was doing all the right things, according to the “expert” guidelines.
But after attending a seminar, and listening to a lecture by one of his mentors, he decided to investigate the ketogenic diet and lifestyle. After several months of improved health, he was convinced that keto could help his patients, so he began to prescribe it.
His focus on the individual (no such thing as one size fits all) and his absolute passion and desire to help people has allowed his practice to thrive.
We talk about a few controversial topics in this episode, both intentionally and accidentally. And, honestly, I had a great time talking to Dr. Nally. He’s honest, sincere, funny, and just plain likable.
I know you’re going to like listening to him as much as I liked talking to him.
If you’d like to learn more about Dr. Nally, you can check out his website (http://docmuscles.com), which has a TON of great information. He really is the keto answer man.