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2017 BEST of UTAH / Mind & Body BALLOT


Utah is home to some of the most fit, healthiest and longest living people in the country. We’re not just the best at living long, happy lives, our healthcare givers are also the best at what they do. So we're dedicating a special Body and Mind edition of the Best of Utah to acknowledge those health and wellness practitioners who keep is in top shape. They are truly the Best of Utah. If someone you can't live without is helping you live a more productive, healthy life, cast your vote below.