- The Future of Food, www.thefutureoffood.com
- Supersize Me
- What the Bleep do we Know
- The Corporation
- Peace One Day
- Like Water for Chocolate
- The Meaning of Food
- Fed Up!
- Obesity- A National Crisis
- Keeping Kids Healthy
- Dr. Wayne Dyer: Get What you Want
- Frontline: Diet Wars, pbs.org
- Strong Women Live Well, Miriam Nelson, pbs.org
- Scientific American Frontiers:
- Worried Sick, Fat and Happy,
- Losing It, pbs.org
- Burt Wolf's What We Eat, pbs.org
- Blue Vinyl, www.bluevinyl.org
- Life and Debt, www.lifeanddebt.org
Dr. Kristin Mowry, PT, DPT, CNC, CHHC
- Since 2007, I have taken over this practice from my late father, Dr. John Fish, DC, CCN. I am honored to continue practicing in his unique and compassionate way. Read more about Dr. Mowry...
If you have any requests for topics of a seminar, please email Dr. Mowry
Getting Your Office Healthy
- Schedule a series of Wellness Education Programs to motivate employees to
take preventative steps for their long-term health and wellness.
- Lunchtime Solutions: Food as Fuel, Superfoods, and Healthy Options
- Taking Care of Your Back: Strengthening the Core Muscles
- Relaxing the Body and Mind: Reducing stress in the office
Extreme Makeover, Kitchen Edition
- Do you want to organize your kitchen so it is full of healthy foods
that are easy to prepare? Do you want to learn how to grocery shop
for healthy whole foods?
Dr. Mowry will come to your home and help you reorganize your kitchen and stock it with healthy whole foods. Dr. Mowry can also accompany you to the grocery store and/or farmers market and teach you how to shop for whole natural foods, read labels to avoid chemicals and harmful ingredients. She will show you how simple it is to prepare delicious, quick, and healthy meals.
Stay Hydrated, Stay Healthy
- The average human loses between 3 and 6 liters of water on a
typical day. One to two liters rushes out as urine, and another
one-tenth liter in defecation. Water lost as vapor when you breathe
could fill around 1 to 2 liter water bottles a day and even more
in arid locations. Sweat fills up another liter on an average
day, but that amount can reach 1 to 2 liters per hour in an intense
But if you're dehydrated, that super gulp won't give you the quick fix you dream of. The body can only absorb about 1 quart per hour. Drink plenty of clean and filtered water throughout your day, every day. How much? A good rule of thumb is to drink enough water to equal 1/2 your body weight in ounces. For example: a 150 lb. person needs 75 ounces of water every day.