• 1.The Health Nut

    2606 Center St

    Deer Park,TX

    1.22 miProducts$

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    Not only is this a great health food store, it's also a great healthy place to eat! I try to eat here for lunch at least once a week. The food is always so fresh and delicious. I have tried many th

  • 2.Origin FitNut

    PO Box 814

    Liberty,TX

    33.93 mi

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01/06/2016
By: Stacie M.
The Health Nut
The Health Nut is the most amazing place to come and enjoy freshly handmade soup , a different soup is served everyday . The menu is filled with HEALTHY choices ! The chicken and tuna sandwiches are very unique! Also a wide variety of supplements that support our bodies ! The best protein shakes ever ! Karen is the owner and she is very knowledgeable about every item on these shelves ! The atmosphere is calm and peaceful and one look at our menu will make you stop going to all those fast food places and its time to get healthy! So stop by and see for yourself !!!! You won't be disappointed!!!! ����
01/07/2016
By: Lori J.
The Health Nut
Not only is this a great health food store, it's also a great healthy place to eat! I try to eat here for lunch at least once a week. The food is always so fresh and delicious. I have tried many things on the menu and have loved everything. It's a nice, quiet place to enjoy lunch. The ladies that work there are all so nice and helpful. They carry a very good variety of supplements.
11/29/2012
By: luis.garcia.90260
Regals Royal Cheesecake
The cheesecake Mr. Frank makes are very fresh and full of taste. Great customer service, offerd my 4yr old daugther a sugar cookie which was very tasty complimentry. I would highly recomend this business.
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