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Bright Day Health Foods

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(801) 399-0260

952 28th Street

Ogden
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UT
84403

Bright Day Health Foods is a business providing services in the field of Health & Diet Foods. Bright Day Health Foods is located in Ogden, UT on 952 28th Street.

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Bright Day Health Foods
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Address : 952 28th Street Ogden, UT 84403
  •   (801) 399-0260
  •   No fax number available
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Bright Day Health Foods rating: 5 out of 5 based on 1 user reviews.
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An Excellent Independent Business Date Submitted: 2014-12-09
This is an excellent business, large, with attention to detail. It is rare to find this type of quality.
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Helpful Tip for: Health & Diet Foods


 Health and Diet Foods, in Ogden, refer to synthetically prepared supplements, foods and shakes designed specifically to help people manage weight issues in obesity or anorexia. They are usually low  on calories, but the medical fraternity in Ogden is divided on the use of such controversial food products.