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.

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5 Inexpensive Ways to Stay Young

5 Inexpensive Ways to Stay Young

November 13th, 2014

Learn how you can slow down the effects of aging without spending tons of money.

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The Flu Vaccine - Is it Worth the Risk?

The Flu Vaccine – Is it Worth the Risk?

October 16th, 2014

Big Pharma and the FDA have made it easier than ever to get a flu shot. Virtually every pharmacy and big box retail store offer them on a walk-in basis. Before you go down that road, take heed of what they don’t tell you about the flu vaccine.

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The Truth About Cellulite

The Truth About Cellulite

October 13th, 2014

Each year tens of millions of dollars are spent on miracle creams and treatments to “cure” this scourge of swimwear-clad women everywhere. Here’s why they are wasting their money.

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Who Is More Tired - Women or Men?

Who Is More Tired – Women or Men?

September 24th, 2014

Men are from Mars, women are from Venus – and apparently we are all exhausted from the trip. One recent study found that one sex experiences fatigue more than the other, prompting the question…why?

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The Link Between Depression and Exercise

The Link Between Depression and Exercise

September 22nd, 2014

Every authority on treating depression recommends exercise as part of a treatment protocol. Could it be that lack of exercise is what is causing depression in the first place?

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The Real Culprit Behind Cardiovascular Disease

The Real Culprit Behind Cardiovascular Disease

September 10th, 2014

In 1977, a Senate Select Committee issued the Initial Dietary Goals for Americans report. In it the committee proposed increases in carbohydrate intake and reductions in fat, saturated fat, cholesterol and salt consumption. The idea was to reduce the incidence of heart disease, obesity and diabetes in America. But that’s not what happened. Why aren’t they paying attention?

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Got Milk? It May Just Ease Your Arthritis Pain

Got Milk? It May Just Ease Your Arthritis Pain

August 22nd, 2014

A new study points to milk as a potentially effective treatment for osteoarthritis. Did they mention anything about Oreos?

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Which Dietary Fats Are Good for Me?

August 7th, 2014

Experts recommend that dietary fat make up 25% to 35% of the human diet. Be advised that the fats you choose can be the difference between healthy living and serious illness.

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Living with the Most Common Chronic Disease

Living with the Most Common Chronic Disease

August 6th, 2014

It is allergy season again…for some. For others, this year-round malady just gets worse in the spring and summer. Use these tips to naturally get relief from this most common of chronic diseases.

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5 Tips to Maximize Workout Recovery

5 Tips for Workout Recovery

July 24th, 2014

Making the most of your fitness regime depends on what you do between workouts.

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