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Adventures in Health and Food while piloting a Vintage Motorcoach


Karen Langston

Hi, I am Karen, a Holistic Orthomolecular Nutritionist specializing in gut health long before it was sexy to talk about poop, farts and bloating. Heck, I gave women permission to talk about their bowels. Now, look how far we have come.