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Lindsey Carter, a registered dietitian nutritionist, has opened a new business in Middletown called Back 2 Basics ...


Lindsey Carter, a registered dietitian nutritionist, has opened a new business in Middletown called Back 2 Basics ...
Frederick News Post (subscription)

Back 2 Basics Nutrition opened in September at 17 W. Main St. in Middletown. Owner Lindsey Carter talked to The News-Post about the business, which offers medical nutrition therapy or nutrition counseling for those 21 years old and younger.

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