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Keeping to Your Healthy New Year's Resolution- Great Harvest Bread of Logan

Post by: Susan on Feb 1st 2018

It’s that time of the year again for New Year’s resolutions. If eating healthier is one of your resolutions this year, you may already be experiencing some hiccups. Healthy eating is one of those well intentioned but hard to define goals that isn't nearly as easy done as said. Here are some tips to help keep your New Year’s resolution to eat healthier from your favorite healthy restaurants Logan.

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Break out of the Boring Salad Trends- Great Harvest Bread of Logan

Post by: Susan on Nov 26th 2017

While salads are a healthy, hearty choice, they can also be incredibly boring and bland. Logan Salads can be so much more than just green leaves. Here are some healthy ingredients to make a boring salad much more exciting.

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Logan Catering for Corporate Events

Post by: Susan on Nov 7th 2017

Corporate events provide a chance to network, impress, and reel in new customers. If you want to blow your guests away, the best place to start is with your menu. A professional catering service in Logan Providence, Smithfield, River Heights, North Logan, Hyde Park, Millville, Hyrum, Mendon, Benson, Paradise will make your event the perfect success. Here are some benefits to hiring a catering service for your next event.

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The Importance of Breakfast

Post by: Susan on Aug 17th 2017

Researchers have discovered skipping breakfast can diminish intelligence levels, as you are essentially running on empty, lacking a fuel source and focused on your hunger instead of learning or paying attention. Great Harvest Logan dives into breakfast myths.

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Whole Grains Vs Refined/Enriched Grains - Great Harvest Bread of Logan

Post by: Mason on Jul 25th 2017

At Great Harvest Bread of Logan, we’re proud to say that our breads are made using only whole grain wheat flour, freshly ground and completely natural. But what’s the difference between whole grain and other types of grain?

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