Peter G. Roy, DC, CFT

Peter G. Roy, DC, CFT

Dr. Peter Roy graduated from the National University of Health Sciences as a Doctor of Chiropractic in 1990 and began his career in private practice shortly thereafter. He received his certification as an Industrial and Occupational Health Specialist from the Northwestern College of Chiropractic. During his career, Dr. Roy received hundreds of hours of post-doctoral training in nutrition. He has 22 years of experience in private practice and spent 10 years as an independent health consultant to medium and large corporations in the New York City metropolitan area. He has lectured extensively on weight-loss and nutrition to businesses and their employees, and has coached collegiate and amateur athletes as well as individual patients in the principles of nutrition, fitness and physique transformation. He is a member in good standing of the International Sports Science Association, is a Certified Fitness Trainer and a trained specialist in Kettlebell fitness instruction. He lives in New York with his wife, Beth and their young son, Luke.

Here are my most recent posts:

The Catch-22 of Chronic Liver Disease

Jan 21st, 2015 1

It is important to understand what causes malnutrition, what nutrients are most commonly deficient, how best to treat this complication and restore an acceptably healthy nutritional status.

Senior Couple Exercising In Park

Exercise for Chronic Liver Disease

Jun 23rd, 2014

If you suffer from liver disease, exercise is the probably last thing you want to do. Here’s why you should force yourself to get up and go.

Gluten’s Role in Liver Disease and 7 Ways to Protect Yourself

Apr 3rd, 2014 2

As the incidence of liver disease grows in the U.S., experts are identifying ways that we may be harming our livers without knowing it. Could it be that your morning toast is making you sick?