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Foods For Effective Colon Cleansing

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Problems with the digestive system are among the greatest and the most dangerous, but are often the most commonly ignored. One of the most prevalent causes of digestive problems starts with a problem in the colon. The colon serves as the waste disposal unit of the body. This is where waste and toxic substances are deposited before they are passed from the body.

A properly functioning colon needs to be able to absorb nutrients and then remove the waste materials before they can poison the body. If waste materials are not properly removed autointoxication occurs or re-absorption of the toxic waste. It is really very easy for putrefied waste to be absorbed through the colon wall into the bloodstream and then start damaging other organs of the body. A person may be considered having a healthy colon if he or she is having bowel movements two to three times per day.

Juice fasting is a great way of cleansing the colon. There are various juice fasting recipes that may be easily done at home. Vegetable juices are excellent colon cleansers especially if one to twenty cups of freshly pressed vegetables juices are consumed. The choice of vegetables would depend on the person's tolerance. Each cup of juice may contain one or two (or more) of the following: carrots, beets, daikon, radishes, fresh celery (both the root and greens), ginger, garlic, cayenne, wheat grass, barley grass, dinkel grass, parsley roots and greens, kale, cucumber, pepper and dandelion.

Never use brown, wilted celery because it may be toxic. Only use the freshest vegetables and fruits. Apples and lemons are also great for the colon. The problem with juice fasting recipes is that not everybody has the time to create freshly squeezed juices every time they get hungry.

The best thing to do is to buy canning jars to contain the juices. The first thing to do is to line up the juicing materials that can provide at least three quarts of juice. Each of the canning jars is to be filled up to the very top so that no more can be added. Next is to hold the disk sealer just over the top of the jar and press down. Some juice should squirt down the side of the jar in order to allow only a minimal amount of air in the jar. Then screw the sealing ring to ensure the disk.

Afterwards, place all the jars in the refrigerator. This will keep the freshness of the vegetable juices up to three days. Simply take each one out whenever you need it.

However, it is important to drink the juice right after a jar is opened. The reason for this is that prolonged exposure to air will destroy the enzymes in the juice. These enzymes are important in cleansing the colon. Canned juices are not beneficial to your health since they don't contain any enzymes. Important enzymes can only be extracted through juicing and then drinking immediately freshly squeezed juices.

In terms of food, raw foods are preferred for colon cleansing. This is because 30 to 85% of the nutrition in foods is destroyed during cooking. Fresh, raw foods contain the highest level of enzymes that are vital to cleansing the colon. These enzymes are the catalysts for the hundreds of thousands of chemical reactions that occur throughout the body. Most cooked foods have been denatured and are devoid of enzymes and other life promoting elements. While it is true that cooked foods maintain life, they don't promote optimum health or longevity.

Rhios Raw Energy recipes are great sources of colon cleansing recipes that are not only delicious but are extremely healthy. There are even raw food restaurants opening up as people become more aware of the health benefits and realize that raw foods can be just as delicious as traditional fare.

Please note that it is always a good idea to consult a medical professional before fasting or changing your diet radically in any way.

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The Amazing Miracle Food That Really Works

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Anti-aging, weight management, natural immunity, and detoxification of pollutants in our bodies are all topics of concern for us in the 21st century. Can it be that one substance provides a solution to all of these issues? According to news reports from Cornell University, the New England Journal of Medicine and the U.S. Government's center for Disease Control, to name a few, it seems there is. This substance is colostrums. Colostrum is a thick yellow fluid, rich in protein, growth and immune factors, produced by human mothers for approximately 72 hours after giving birth. Bovine colostrum, colostrum from cows is 100 times richer in immune factors than human colostrum. Even better, it is not species specific which means it can work in humans and lower mammals. The powerful immune and growth factors contained in colostrum brings the body to a natural state of health and well being. The following are some of the benefits of colostrum.

Anti-Aging

After puberty, the amount of immune and growth factors in our bodies begins to decline. As we age, we become more vulnerable to disease. We have problems with loss of muscle tone and weight gain and our skin becomes elastic. An aging person exhibits lower levels of growth hormone than a younger one. By the age of eighty we produce, basically, no growth hormone. Colostrum stimulates cellular and tissue growth, repairs and helps to reverse the damage done by disease and the natural aging process and aids in the renewal of skin and bones. This makes colostrum an invaluable tool in the fight against premature aging.

Weight Management

Fad diets, fasts, yo yo dieting and rapid weight loss result in the loss of lean muscle instead of fat. Colostrum contains IGF-1, the most powerful growth hormone in our bodies. The growth factors in bovine colostrum and Leptin assist the body in an increase of metabolism, a greater ease in building lean muscle and a reduction of fat. It also affects the neurotransmitters in our bodies which improves mental acuity. If you tend to eat when stressed or depressed, colostrum also aids in this regard.

Natural Immunity

Colostrum contains proteins that function as antibodies. These are the most powerful immune factors found in colostrum. A number of recent clinical studies have shown colostrum to contain antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal properties. Although colostrum, as a dietary supplement, is relatively new to the United States, physicians in India have used colostrum as a treatment for thousands of years.

Detoxification of Pollutants

In an optimal environment, where we get enough sleep, eat well, exercise regularly and put no toxins in our bodies the body is a very efficient mechanism. When these conditions are not met toxins build up in our bodies. Taking colostrum can result in a significant amount of cellular energy. This energy is used to expel the waste stored outside the cells. This waste leaves the body from whatever channel that is available. Sometimes you can experience cold or flu like symptoms when first taking colostrum, depending on the amount of toxic buildup. Make sure to get plenty of rest, drink plenty of water and eat simply while detoxifying.

Colostrum is a food. With the exception of allergic reactions in person's known to be allergic to cow's milk, it does not have any side effects at any level of consumption. It has no known drug interactions. In addition to adult consumption, it can safely be consumed by children and pets. However, according to tests conducted at Cornell University, true colostrum is colostrum from the first milking after the birth of the calf and collected within six hours of its birth. As always, use due diligence in deciding which products to buy.

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Green Tea Help Or Hype

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There's been lots of health-hype lately surrounding the benefits of green tea. I'm certain you've heard it, too. Have you ever wondered: "Is it really worth my while to drink tea of the green variety?" Stick around and decide for yourself.

First: The Claims:

A rich source of anti-oxidants:

What are anti-oxidants? Anti-oxidants neutralize "free radicals" or unstable molecules in the body that can eventually become unfriendly and wreak havoc on the cells. Free radical damage can cause everything from sun damage to hardening of the arteries. Green tea will help you bulk up on the anti-oxidant warriors that help to both lower cholesterol and reduce the risk of heart disease by controlling blood pressure.

Cancer prevention:

Green tea has been shown to lower rates of cancer in Asian populations. The cancers studied and which have been recorded include: bladder, colon, esophagus, pancreas, rectal and stomach. New evidence suggests green tea may also help prevent prostate cancer, as well.

Help with arthritis:

Studies also suggest there is possible anti-inflammatory and arthritis preventing effects in green tea although, I'll admit, solid scientific evidence was difficult to come by. By simple suggestion, I'll give green tea an A for effort in the arthritis category.

Liver protection:

Green tea has been proven to protect liver cells by stimulating the immune system. Green tea protects the liver by warding off toxins such as alcohol and cigarette smoke.

Teeth protection:

Green tea has been thought to promote oral health (although scientific proof was difficult to come by here, too). Green tea is supposed to work against bacteria, protecting teeth from cavities.

Weight loss:

Here's another benefit that will raise many an eyebrow. Several sources I found claimed that green tea may actually help to stimulate weight loss. Yes! Green tea contains polyphenols (molecule compounds) that actually help the body to burn weight and regulate both blood sugar and insulin levels.

The Bad News

What's the bad news?

The only negative side effect I've found is the simple recorded cases of insomnia due to naturally occurring caffeine in green tea. It looks like there's only 30-60mg in 6-8 ounces of tea, however. That's less than half the caffeine content of coffee which weighs in at 90 mg. per 8 ounce cup.

Other FAQ's About Green Tea:

How much green tea is enough to reap the benefits?

No one seems to be too sure about the answer to this question, either. Let's be realistic - most people could easily drink 3-4 cups of green tea daily. This is a good round number and one that I came up with based on its frequency in the research studied. A suggestion: why not try replacing your usual cup of coffee with a clean dose of health?

Where to get a good cup of tea?

Check out your local grocery for my favorite: Lipton. There's plenty of others, but I like the way Lipton aims to zip up green tea with variety. They even have a orange, passionfruit & jasmine flavor that's de-lish!

If drinking tea really isn't your thing, but you still want the benefits - no problem! Green tea is now available in capsule form, too. This could be as close as your local pharmacy. Check around.

In summation:

In this scientist's opinion, green tea is well worth your consideration. The simple speculation of benefits is enough to get excited about it. It's easy to digest, tastes good and, hey, if it helps me with my goal of wellness and illness prevention, I'll take ample tea time, any day!

Research for this article has been created through careful consideration of research and articles appearing on WebMD and though several working texts which include:

Balch, Phyllis A., CNC. Prescriptions for Nutritional Healing. New York: Penguin Putnam, 2004.

Mabey, Richard. The New Age Herbalist. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1988.

Mindell, Earl, R.Ph., Ph.D. Herb Bible. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1992.

Tierra, Michael L.Ac., O.M.D. The Way of Herbs. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1998.

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Go Nuts About Almonds

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Almond is a highly nutritious, effective health-building food both for the body and mind and a valuable food remedy for common ailments. The thin-skinned among the sweet variety is best for use. It is one of the best nut and seed foods. The best way to consume almonds is eating it without the skin.

Almond milk is a very common preparation from almond. Grind blanched almonds to a smooth paste; add sugar and cold boiled water - giving it the consistency of milk for a nutritious, healthy drink rich in vitamins. It is easily digestible than cow's milk making it an ideal wholesome drink for children. Almond butter is another variation prepared from almonds, beneficial for older people who don't get enough proteins in their diets. Besides the intake of high calorie protein, other ingredients contained in almonds are easily digestible.

Almond is highly beneficial:

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Benefits Of The Soya Bean

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Soya is one of the oldest and most nutritious foods in the world. In the 11th century BC it was primarily consumed in Northern China, spreading to the west and the U.S.A. in the middle of the 18th century and only more recently to Europe. Soya is mainly used in industry and for animal feed despite the fact that it is the third most important crop world-wide today and less than 3% is consumed by humans.

Soya has many nutritional advantages as it contains protein, fibre and isoflavones which have positive effects on cholesterol, bone density, menstrual and menopausal symptoms as well as preventing certain cancers. It is thought to be a wonder food by the Chinese who believe it can cure kidney disease, water retention, common colds, anaemia and leg ulcers.

Research studies by Professor Anderson in 1995 resulted in healthy heart claims as Soya was found to reduce blood cholesterol levels in many of his studies. Soya isoflavones combined with soya protein enhance blood cholesterol reductions as well as having a positive effect on menopausal women by reducing the risk of hot flushes. Improved vascular function, reduction of blood pressure, antioxidant protection of LDL cholesterol and inhibition of platelet activation are other known cardiovascular effects of Soya and its constituent isoflavones.

The recommended daily amount of soya protein by the UK Joint Health Claims Initiative in 2002 is 25g as part of a low-fat diet to help reduce cholesterol level. In orser to achieve this RDA of Soya to promote a healthy heart and reduce cholesterol it is necessary to consume three portions of a Soya based food each day. This can be easily achieved by using Soya milk on cereal each morning, adding soya milk to tea and coffee and choosing a dessert made from soya milk eg. custard or fruit smoothies yoghurt etc.,

There are many Soya cookery books available as well as the many recipes containing soya beans and tofu which already exist in Chinese cooking books. If more people included Soya into their daily diet the risk of developing Heart disease would be reduced which would have a significant impact on the incidence of mortality caused by Coronory Heart Disease today.

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Study Says Eating Fish Leads To Better Health

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Eating more fish is good for your health. That's the finding of research conducted by the Harvard Center for Risk Analysis (HCRA) at the Harvard School of Public Health.

The study, "A Quantitative Analysis of the Risks and Benefits Associated with Changes in Fish Consumption," analyzed the potential impact of consumer reactions to federal advisories that warn about the effects of mercury exposure from fish. Advisories could be misinterpreted and keep people from eating fish and seafood.

On average, Americans consume less than half the weekly intake of fish recommended by the federal government, in part due to fears of mercury exposure. However, the immense health benefits of fish and seafood far outweigh the minute risk of mercury contamination from commonly consumed fish.

"Fish are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, which may protect against coronary heart disease and stroke, and are thought to aid in the neurological development of unborn babies," said Joshua Cohen, lead author and senior research associate at HCRA. "If that information gets lost in how the public perceives this issue, then people may inappropriately curtail fish consumption and increase their risk for adverse health outcomes."

Since the body cannot manufacture omega-3 fatty acids, people rely on fish to provide this essential compound.

Eating less fish was also linked to a significant increase in the risk of heart disease and stroke.

The study concluded that pregnant women, who are at far greater risk for mercury exposure, could increase the cognitive development benefits for their unborn child by eating the recommended servings of fish per week and choosing from a variety of fish and seafood low in mercury. The benefit from fish consumption during pregnancy could amount to an increase in IQ level for the newborn.

"There is no debate within the scientific community that the fatty acids in fish are essential for human health. Study after study demonstrates that from birth to old age, omega-3 fatty acids confer important health benefits, from optimal brain function and the reduced risk of heart attack and stroke to improved eye health," said Joyce Nettleton, D.Sc., R.D., author of "Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Health." "Fish is a healthful food for people of all ages."

Clear messages resulting from studies such as this encourage people to continue to enjoy fish and seafood as part of a healthy diet.

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Growth Hormone

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Growth hormone and how it affects the wellness factor of the human body

A lesson in the functioning of the human body is presented here before you so that you best understand the nature and effect of the human growth hormone in the context of maintaining or enhancing the overall wellness factor. A hormone produced in the pituitary gland of the human brain, the growth hormone is the main gland in the endocrine system and bears the life-long responsibility of perpetually stimulating development of bone growth, keeping the immune cell function at an optimum level besides helping in protein synthesis, muscle cell growth and mobilizing fat tissue. In short, the growth hormone is basically what decides your shape, size and energy output and determines whether you will be seen as a blimp or a regular guy.

The growth hormone also controls the weight levels by mobilization of fat tissues in the body and plays a crucial role in maintaining cardiovascular health, but since its levels of production are said to decrease as the human body ages, a lack of the growth hormone may well be the link for understanding why aged people are at a greater risk of cardiac problems.

How the level of growth hormones determine human health and lifestyles

A little known fact about growth hormones in humans is that consumption of high-fat food is known to cause reduction in the levels of HGH secretion while instances of activities such as exercising, trauma, stress and injury- even some phases of the menstrual cycle-can cause the production of growth hormones to go into an overdrive, being peaked with greater exertion as interpreted by the brain.

Also referred to as GH, growth hormones and their rising or lowered levels determine the aging process of an individual and therefore there are many keen to stop or reverse this degenerative process and raise their quality of life. While the best output of growth hormones in the human body is at the neonatal stage, these high production levels are also reached at puberty, research indicate. Beyond this stage in human lives, the human growth hormones begin a slow and steady decline after the age of 25, to an almost depressive count of 14 per cent lower production after the age of 30 years- and staying steady at that rate for every 10 years after that. For the statisticians among our readers, we report the following findings for growth hormones: at 20years, the growth hormone produces 500 micrograms while nearing 40 years, production levels drop to a mere 200 mcg. Thus, it is no surprise that aging occurs due to loss in productivity of this essential growth hormone, resulting in a paltry 25 micrograms output by the age of 80, making researchers categorize most men over 60 as clinically deficient in GH, the considerably lowered levels of GH standing mute proof of the need for safe and effective growth hormone stimulators.

Health issues that can be addressed positively with use of growth hormone supplements

Despite best intentions, sensible diets, great genes and exercise, the fact remains that aging is a natural process but the negative consequences of it can be controlled via smart use of safe and effective growth hormone supplements: combating increased fat, decreased lean muscle mass, lost energy levels, lowered bone strength and reduced immune system levels is possible and affordable today.

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Diet And Supplements For Gaining Weight

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Bodybuilders usually have one or two immediate goals: They want to lose bodyfat and get ripped, or they want to pack on muscle size. The Holy Grail would be to accomplish both, but that's hardly realistic, since it involves going in two opposing directions at the same time. The most you can hope for is to maintain your muscle while you're losing fat. Building muscular bulk is an entirely different process from cutting up.

In years past the diet portion of acquiring muscle could best be described as haphazard. You simply ate anything that wasn't nailed down. That, of course, resulted in not just lean mass gains but also a hefty increase in bodyfat. The next step involved reducing calories or carbs or both until you lost the excess fat. Under ideal conditions you also kept most of the muscle gained during your bulking-up phase.

For a classic example of the comparatively primitive bulk-up/cut-down process take a look at Bruce Randall, who began his bulking phase while he was in the U.S. Marine Corps in the early 1950s. He consumed prodigious amounts of food (courtesy of Uncle Sam) including dozens of eggs, quarts of whole milk and plenty of bread. That diet led Randall to a body-weight of more than 400 pounds, but he wasn't just another fat, sloppy guy. He lifted actively during his entire hulking period, doing some extraordinary lifts, such as good mornings with 900 pounds.

I recall being told a story about the time Randall visited a New York gym for a workout during those days. He opted to do incline presses but for some reason decided to move the bench, which he did. Only after he moved the bench from one end of the gym to the other did Randall realize that the bench had been bolted to the floor. He was so powerful that he ripped the bench from its moorings without realizing it.

Randall later began training for bodybuilding competitions and, through a stringent diet and training program, dropped his weight from 405 to 187. He then increased it to 227 and won the '59 NABBA Mr. Universe title in London. His trophy was presented to him at the contest by buxom film star Jayne Mansfield.

A more recent example of a successful hulking program was that of two-time Mr. Universe and star of the "Incredible Hulk" TV series, Lou Ferrigno. When Lou started back in Brooklyn he was skinny, though a enthusiastic young bodybuilder. After a few years of training Ferrigno weighing nearly 300 pounds. What had he done to achieve such phenomenal mass gains?

"Plenty of milk and food," he said.

And therein lies the key to success in gaining muscular size. You simply have to eat more. These days the object is not to gain just any type of weight, but to ensure that what you gain is mainly muscle. The problem is, you must still increase your calories. There's simply no way around that, regardless of what you hear or read.

That last statement must be qualified to a certain extent. Using certain anabolic drugs, including anabolic steroids, growth hormone and insulin, among others, can indeed increase muscle size, but even with their assistance, you still need to eat and train properly to build quality muscle. In fact, emerging research shows that you can manipulate your body's anabolic hormones by making certain adjustments in your diet and supplement regimen. That way you fine-tune your gains so they're mostly lean mass rather than a combination of muscle and too much fat.

One common question about gaining muscle is, How much can I realistically expect to gain? The amount of lean mass gains varies among individuals due to such factors as genetics, body structure and training intensity. Those who are blessed with a combination of naturally high androgen, or testosterone, levels and a high percentage of fast-twitch muscle fibers will make the most rapid initial gains, but even those who have less of a genetic head start will nonetheless make impressive gains by eating properly and training hard. A bodybuilding axiom holds that you make your best ever gains when you first begin training, simply because your body isn't used to it and responds rapidly to the added stress of exercise. As you progress to the advanced level, adding muscle each year becomes increasingly difficult regardless of genetics.

Mass-With-Class Weight-Gain Diet

Meal 1

1 cup orange juice

1 cup oatmeal

1 cup milk

4 scrambled eggs

2 slices whole-grain toast with butter (no margarine; avoid transfats)

Meal 2

8-ounce hamburger

1 large baked potato

Tossed salad with dressing

1 cup milk

Fresh fruit

Meal 3

Weight-gain drink or meal replacement with a banana mixed in nonfat milk

Meal 4

8 ounces cottage cheese with fruit

1 cup yogurt

Meal 5

6 ounces tuna

1 piece fruit

1 slice whole-grain bread

Meal 6

8 ounces chicken

2 cups brown rice

2 slices whole-grain bread

1 cup broccoli or other vegetable

Tossed salad

Fresh fruit

1 cup milk with added protein powder

What to Eat for Mass

Regardless of genetic predispositions, you'll need a positive energy balance to increase your muscular bulk. That simply means you must

eat more food than you burn. The effect is so potent that eating an unusual amount of food alone can add lean mass even without exercise, although that isn't a recommended procedure. Studies involving human subjects who overate but didn't exercise showed some surprising changes in body composition. The subjects all showed significant increases in lean mass.

The gains were the result of the body's adjustments to the unaccustomed levels of food. The body compensated by increasing the levels of anabolic hormones, including growth hormone, testosterone, insulin and insulin like growth factor 1 (IGF-1), which led to the subjects' building more muscle, a.k.a. lean mass.

Eating all those calories also blunted the levels of the primary catabolic hormone in the body, cortisol. High levels of cortisol promote the catabolism, or breakdown, of muscle. Cortisol is secreted mainly under high-stress conditions; hence its designation as a stress hormone. But the stress conditions that promote cortisol release more often involve an energy-deficit condition, such as a lack of sufficient calories or carbs. So overeating itself is an anabolic process.

The point here is not to suggest that you must overeat to gain muscle size but that you do have to up your calories because it promotes the secretion of anabolic hormones that will work in tandem with exercise to produce lean mass gains.

A vital consideration in any hulking plan is protein. While it's true that providing additional calories in the form of carbohydrates alone has a protein-sparing action in muscle, maintaining a high level of amino acids from food-protein sources promotes a positive nitrogen balance that sets the stage for muscular gains through increased muscle protein synthesis reactions in muscle. Some call the process the 'anabolic-drive effect."

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Eating A Healthy Dinner A Simple Matter Of Planning

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Dinner is probably the healthiest meal for most of us. We often overlook breakfast and eat lunch on the run, but for dinner, most of us take more time in preparing and planning how to eat a balanced, healthy dinner.

But there's also a lot of pressure on dinner. It's the last meal of the day and if you are lacking important nutrients in your diet that day, you have an opportunity to make up those nutrients in your evening meal. But you don't want your meal too heavy or you might not sleep well. Conversely, eating too little will not only likely leave you lacking in nutrients, but could also leave you ravenous for breakfast 12 hours later.

So how do you make sure dinner is a balanced, nutrient-packed meal? Plan, and plan some more. Although we are more likely to spent time preparing dinner versus other daily meals, it's also a meal that can easily get derailed. You plan to grill chicken breasts and vegetables, but then belatedly remember your son has a baseball game or it's open house at school. So it's chicken nuggets all around.

Planning keeps you in synch with your schedule. If you plan a week's worth of meals, you can think about the various obstacles you might find that week in actually bringing your plans to fruition. You can plan a quick pasta salad on open house night, and healthy, veggie-packed sandwiches on baseball night. This keeps you out of the fast food lane.

What are some other tips for planning healthy dinners?

*Don't cook separate meals for picky children. If you know that your salmon and saut

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