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Despite all the medical research and findings, there are still "those" people who insist on knocking a healthy vs unhealthy low carb diet instead of doing their homework. I'm a little tired about hearing how we can only eat meat, eggs, cheese, and some vegetables, and that is even more then the people who say we can only eat salads, can never have any fruit or anything else that is good, and how "restrictive" it is. I know I certainly enjoy my portions of bread, pasta, desserts and so many of the wonderful foods that "they" say we can't have and enjoy. Maybe the answer is to invite them over for dinner when I have lasagna, salad, bread sticks, and cheese cake.


Proper Nutrition for Healthy Teeth, Mouth and Gums
4/25/16 update

 

Christina from Colorado Springs found a wonderful link while working on a project for school, and her and her teacher submitted it to this site for the readers to learn about the impact of healthy eating when it comes to our oral health.

"You hear a lot about the importance of a nutritious diet to maintain good health. Physicians educate the public about the benefits of eating a diet low in fat and high in nutrients for maintaining good cardiovascular health and to avoid many types of cancer. While this is important, there are other benefits of a good diet. The foods you eat have a direct impact on your overall oral health. Not only is good oral health important for your teeth, gums, and mouth, but oral health can have a direct impact on your health in general....." To read the entire article, please Click Here!


New Study on Coffee
5/23/11 update

 

A new study on the affects of coffee on men/women who drink 5 cups of coffee or more a day have a 60% less chance of getting prostrate or breast cancer as both of these are caused by the hormonal system. It does not matter if it has caffeine or not as they believe it is the chemicals and antioxidents in the coffee itself. They studied apprxomately 49,000 people over a several year period before making the announcement this week. Additional benefits are the protection against Parkinson's, Type II Diabetes, liver cancer, heart rhythmic problems and strokes. Over fifteen studies were done on the affects of coffee on Type II Diabetes alone.


Cooked Tomatoes vs. Cholesterol Lowering Medication
5/23/11 update

 

New research shows that by drinking tomato juice, or eating COOKED tomatoes every day it is equal to and just as good as taking cholesterol lowering medications. Raw tomatoes do not have the same affect. The study shows that any cooked tomato, no matter what form is good, but tomato paste is the absolute best. According to the Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry, the heat process enhances the nutritional value of tomatoes by increasing the lycopenes and antioxidants.

Stay healthy and go organic!


Over Cooking Meat Can Lead to Cancer
4/25/2009 update

 

At the American Association for Cancer Research, in Denver, Colorado, Kristin Anderson from the University of Minnesota reported that well and very well done meats cooked by frying, grilling or barbecuing formed carcinogens, and could increase the risk of pancreatic cancer by 60%. Meat that is baked, stewed or cooked at lower temperatures do not form carcinogens.

The study 62,581 healthy people over nine years, 208 cases of pancreatic cancer were found. Subjects who preferred very well done steak were approximately 60% higher to get pancreatic cancer then those who ate baked, stweed, or lower heat cooked meat, and those who did not eat meat at all. A 70% higher risk was found in the highest intake of very well or burned/scorched meat.

Although there is no absolute certainty that this risk is increased because of the carcinogens, one might consider lowering the heat just enough to cook the meat to kill all bacteria, or cutting off burned portions. Another idea according to Anderson is to microwave meat for a few minutes and pour off all juices before cooking it which will reduce the possible cancer-causing compounds.


Longevity and Where Americans Rate
6/14/2008 update

 

One would think that the richest nation in the world would have the longest life expectancy, BUT according to 2006 World Health Organization it measures American life expectancy is behind 30 other nations, including Cuba, the Republic of Korea, and Portugal.

There is a shimmer of hope in that the American life expectancy is improving faster than in the past and is attributable to falling mortality in the leading causes of death such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes, accidents, and a reduction in flu-related deaths. Part of this trend is caused by better medicines and treatment; however, the medical field cannot control the genetic patterns of certain individuals and these people must take on the responsibility for their own life style.

The majority of Americans are overweight, do not eat healthy, and do not exercise. With schools cutting out physical programs and the use of automobiles rather then walking or bike riding has only added to the problem. Women who typically lived longer then men are finding a smaller gap due to the increase in female smokers.


Will Low Carbers Have a Say in 2010 Food Pyramid?
5/12/2008 update

 

In December 2007, President Bush named Dr. Brian Wansink, a Cornell University psychologist, to lead the U.S.D.A. (United States Department of Agriculture's) Center for Nutrition Policy & Promotion. Our next scheduled USDA recommended Dietary Guidelines and Food Pyramid are to be released in 2010. Dr. Wansink has in the past been very open to the low-carb program for people who need to lose a lot of weight on a healthy diet. Hopefully, based on his prior "open mindness", he will allow low carbers to have their input in the next updated Food Pyramid.


High Fat, Low Carb and Seizures
5/6/2008 update

 

A study funded by several organizations and researched at the University College London found a diet high in fat and low in carbohydrates reduced seizures in children with epilepsy. Studies were on children between the ages of two and sixteen who did not respond to medications and had at least seven seizures a week. Children who were put on this diet had more than one third fewer seizures after three months compared to those that increased by more than one-third who didn't change their diet.

Although this regiment has been considered as an effective way of treating drug-resistent childhood epilepsy since the 1920s, it has remained untested. The researchers said their study is the first to test it as a treatment. More studies will be done on exactly how this diet works. Their theory is that since a low carb diet puts the body into ketosis, it is believed that the body is responding to it the same way it does to starvation by having the brain run on chemicals known as ketone bodies rather then sugar. Although the word "starvation" may sound scary if taken out of context, it would appear that the body's eating its own fat (reason for low carbing) is indicative of helping, while the sugar or high carbs may be adding to the reason for seizures.


Asprin Helps in Not Becoming Diabetic
5/6/2008 update

 

A new study shows that compounds called Salicylates, more commonly known as aspirin and aspirin-like drugs, can help obese people produce insulin and potentially help you from not becoming diabetic. Prior studies have shown that aspirin can actually decrease blood sugar. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism will be publishing this study in its July issue.

Spanish researchers found that healthy obese people who take aspirin actually increase their levels of insulin and reducing the chance of developing insulin resistance. Insulin resistance simply means the body produces too little of the hormone, thus failing to regulate the metabolism of fats, proteins and sugars.

Researchers found a difference in participates with an average age of 48, and an average body mass index of 33.9, in those given aspirin compared to those given a placibo. They found that the higher the dose of aspirin, the lower the level of blood sugar and the higher the level of insulin in the bloodstreams. If you need to know what your body mass index is, please e-mail me with your height and weight.

Jose-Manuel Fernandez-Real, the lead author of the study said,

"To our knowledge, this is the first study to show that Salicylates lowered serum glucose in non-diabetic obese subjects.".


Lactos and Calcium
4/25/2008 update

 

In order to maintain good health we need calcium as it builds strong bones and teeth, among other benefits. Dairy products such as ice-cream, yogurt, milk, and cheese are great ways to boost your calcium intake, but they are also full of fat. Females particularly need to concentrate on calcium to help prevent brittle bones and osteoporosis. Calcium helps to regulate blood pressure and reduce the risk of kidney stones. Most dairy foods are low on the glycemic index, due to the lactose. For those who are lactose intolerant there are lactose free products and supplements to reduce the problems of dairy consumption. Although dairy products are allowed on a low carb diet, for those of you who cannot get past the "fat is a bad thing", you can still get your calcium through low fat products, keeping in mind that the body does need a certain amount of fat in order to stay healthy.


Low GI vs. High GI
4/22/2008 update

 

"Low GI" (Glycemic Index) is more then just another type of fad diet. It is in fact, a healthy eating plan. It rates carbs according to their affect on glucose levels. A low GI of 55 or less (also known as good or complex carbs) not only makes the blood glucose rise slowly, but it falls gently over a longer time span. When eating carbs with a GI over 70 (known as bad or simple carbs), they are digested quickly causing the glucose level to spike and then quickly crash, making your body want more food.

In thirty seven studies and nearly two million people tested, it was found that a high GI diet increased the risk of heart disease, stroke, a variety of cancers, eye disease, gall bladder disease, and Type-2 diabetes, according to the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

With a 300% increase in the last decade, and a world that has been obsessed with low-fat diets instead of concentrating on how carbohydrates impact the body, the diabetic and obesity rates have become out of control. One must learn the difference between simple (bad) carbs and complex (good) carbs.

A low GI diet not only will reduce the risk of diabetes and other serious diseases and conditions, but will help you lose more body fat, while maintaining muscle.


Gum Disease
4/15/2008 Update

 

More than two-thirds of Americans over the age of 35 have some form of gum disease, according to the FDA.

3. A diabetic is four times more likely to develop gum disease because it impairs the body’s ability to make and use insulin.

2. Because bacteria from gum disease can enter the blood stream thereby irritating blood vessels or causing clots, people with gum disease have twice the risk for a fatal heart attack and are more likely to be diagnosed with heart disease.

3. Gum disease is a major factor for bacteria entering the lungs and causing respiratory infections. This can lead to Chronic Lung disease which leads to less lung function.


Prostrate Cancer
11/18/2007 Update

 

Studies are being done on the affects of high carbs and prostrate cancer. Links between lower levels of insulin in the bloodstream decreases the feeding of growing cancer cells and results in the reduction in size and rate of growth.

In studies with mice, a low carb and high fat diet had tumors 33% smaller then when fed the typical western diet, which had the shortest survival time. Studies hope to be started on humans next year.


Black Youths and Diabetes
11/18/2007 Update

 

In a study during the past 2 1/2 decades, it has been found that there is a disparity among the death rate of black youths and those of white youths. Further studies are being done to find the specific reasons, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

In the United States, diabetes mortality has not changed substantially for white youths during the period 1994-2004, but there has been a significant increase for black youths. In a two year period, the annual diabetes related death rate per one million was 2.46 for black youth vs. 0.91 for white youth. Findings show that more deaths occur as a result of complications of the disease such as ketoacidosis and hypoglycemia, which can be prevented.

It appears that closer attention to monitoring of blood levels and lower carb foods can and is the determing factor.


Cancer, Diabetes and Grains
9/23/2007 Update

 

Low Glycemic grains are being studied because between 1 in 15 Americans, and 1 in 20 Australians (the two highest ranking countries for cancer of the bowel) will die from this disease if they continue to eat a lot of processed food and do not eat enough "resistant starch" in their diets.

Low glycemic index foods can help people with type two diabetes and it has the potential to lower the instances of colorectal cancer.

Dr. Lee contends that “modern processed foods are low resistant in starch and high in glycemic index, which means that the small intestine and colon is affected, which can lead to disfunction, and potentially lead to a cancer risk.”

"Low digestibility grains containing resistant starch seem to be good for health," he said. "They have a low glycemic index and then promote a healthy bowel."


Knees and Food
8/2/2007 Update

 

The knee joint is made up of the articular end of two long bones and the knee cap. It is the biggest joint in body. Osteoarthritis of the knee joint is due to wear and tear of articular cartilage (soft bone or ends of bone). Wear and tear is largely age-related but can also be influenced by lifestyle, food, posture, squatting, sitting crossed legged, obesity and use of stairs. Normally, three times our body weight passes through one knee joint during walking, and increases up to 10 times while running or jogging.

Foods that have high glycemic index like sugar, rice and potatoes should be decreased or completely avoided depending on the level of obesity, as obsesity is one of the primary factors in knee problems and the less weight, the less pressure to these joints.

To help decrease the pressure on the knee, try walking from the hip not from the knee. Make a larger arc at the hip by bringing the thigh more towards the abdomen and taking the thigh backwards as far possible and keep the knee relatively straight. This will not only increase the speed of walking but also put minimum stress on the knee. While climbing stairs, put weight on the healthy leg first. While coming down reverse this pattern.


Large Genetic Breakthrough
2/14/2007 Update

 

An announcement came out this week (February 12, 2007) that researchers have discovered five areas of gene mutations that could account for the genetic risk of Type II diabetes by sevently percent. Four areas of the genetic variations concluded a much greater risk of developing diabetes and appear to be involved with insulin secretion, and the fifth area is a gene that encodes a protein which moves zinc ions around and is only found in the beta cells, the cells of the pancreas that makes and releases insulin. Zinc transporters are imperative in determining how sensitive a body is to insulin.

As this disease continues to grown in mammoth proportions around the globe, diabetes is associated with high carbohydrate eating and lack of exercise. It is the researchers hopes that these findings can create genetic testing to predict the risk of developing diabetes, and also find new treatments.

Although continued genetic studies have to be done, genetic and/or biochemicall tests may determine if the zinc transporter is defective or if the protein in an insulin secreting cell does not function as it should. Should different biochemical conditions exist, individual treatment could result based upon the findings.

With the use of microarray technology, slides can now show scientists more then 300,000 genes at the same time compared to 40,000 a few years ago. Studying the genes of diabetics, through the use of this technology may lead to a complete understanding on the cause and cure.


Gout
1/15/2007 Update

 

The best way to reduce the risk of Gout is to control your diet and your weight. Weight plays a very important part when it comes to this problem. Clinical studies have shown that overweight men increase the risk by twice as much, while obesity increases the risk three times more. It has been proven that most people that are overweight do not get enough exercise and eat a diet rich in fatty foods, alcohol and caffeinated drinks, which in turn dehydrates the body. A body weight loss of a mere ten pounds decreases the risk by forty percent.

Losing weight does not necessarily mean going on a “strict diet”, but is about what you eat and the amount you eat.

  • Fresh fruits and vegetables
  • Nuts
  • Whole grain products (brown rice whole grain cereal/breads/pasta)
  • Low fat dairy products
  • Fish
  • White meat (chicken and turkey with no skin)
  • Lean cuts of meat
  • Lots of water

    If the above foods are consumed on a regular basis, they lower your intake of cholesterol, saturated fats, harmful trans-fats and high sugared foods, those consistent with the unhealthy high carbohydrates. Healthy foods provide your body with Omega III found in fish oil or Flax Oil, and calories from mono unsaturated fats and poly unsaturated fats.


  • Lowering Cholesterol
    12/14/2006 Update

     

    I've had a lot of people ask about lowering cholesterol, at least the LDL (bad) and increasing the HDL (good). 5 to 10 grams of soluble fiber such as oats, certain fruits (such as oranges and pears), Brussels sprouts, carrots, dried peas and beans, kidney beans, apples, barley and prunes is what is recommended. One apple contains 1 gram of soluble fiber. I don't eat apples, pears or prunes because even though they have fiber, they also have a lot of sugar, and as a Diabetic I keep away from them.

    Also eat true whole grain breads (first word MUST say "whole grain" in the ingredients, don't go by what the top of the package says. I added on whole grain pita pockets and tortillas and have watched my numbers improve. Anything with soy is good and is known to lower the bad LDL. Eating 1.5 cups of cooked oatmeal provides 4.5 grams of fiber — enough to lower your cholesterol.

    Add some walnuts or almonds to your diet. Walnuts are rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids that keeps blood vessels elastic and healthy. Clinical studies show they can reduce cholesterol significantly, as can almonds, in about four weeks. 1/3 cup of walnuts is about 20% of a 1,200 calorie diet and tests show that they alone can reduce LDL by 12%. Another way to eat them is in salads instead of croutons, meats or cheeses. I buy walnuts and almonds (I'm partial to almonds in the following respect), I crush them and coat meat with them. I also crush walnuts or almonds and make pie crust by replacing the graham crackers.

    Also take 1000 mg Flax Seed Oil tablets. The bottle or box will say 2-3 a day, but only take one. Fish is good for the Omega 3 fatty acids, but Flax Seed actually has more. Canola oil or soybean oil are another good source. The main thing is get all the fiber your body needs, as well as exercise.

    There have also been clinical trials that claim that eating 1/4 tsp. of cinnamon or clove a day will drop cholesterol, but it needs to be the extract. The powdered doesn't work the same way because it metabolizes differently. Try to cut out as much bologna, salami and other lunch meats like them. Turkey or chicken breast or roast beef is okay.

    Doing the above has helped me tremendously. Just think FIBER, FIBER, AND MORE FIBER.

    Also, I alternate regular eggs with egg beaters, depending on if I want scrambled eggs or fried eggs. I bake with egg beaters. I also eat all the fat free sour cream, cheese, dips, butter spreads and sprays. Fat free sprayable Parkay butter is really great on popcorn or toast or as a replacement for butter and has 0 cholesterol.

    Americans overall do not get enough fiber. The daily amount of fiber listed on foods is not for maximum benefit, it is only the very minimum so we don't get scurvy. Unfortunately, most people don't know that.


    Sugar and Pancreatic Cancer
    11/16/2006 Update

     

    A recent study was done in Stockholm Sweden on the consumption of sugar and sugar-sweetened foods and the risk of pancreatic cancer by inducing frequent postprandial hyperglycemia, increasing insulin demand, and decreasing insulin sensitivity. The study was done with both men and women who had no previous diagnosis of cancer or diabetes.

    The results of the studied showed that consumption of sugar, soft drinks, stewed and/or sweetened fruit soups had a positive association with the risk of this type of cancer.


    Low Carb and Heart Attacks
    11/16/2006 update

     

    In a major twenty year study at Harvard University’s Schools of Medicine and Public Health, findings show that eating a low carb, high fat diet for years DOES NOT increase heart problems, in contrast to the concerns that this type of eating would eventually increase heart attacks.

    The study consisted of over eighty two thousand women in the Nurses’ Health Study, and researchers found that those who ate simple carbohydrates and highly processed foods increased their chance of heart disease by almost double. Those eating low carb, but getting most of their protein and fats from vegetables rather than a lot of animal fat, cut their heart disease risk by 30%. Dietitian, Geri Brewster, said that most women who ate the amount of carbs allowed on the maintenance program still ate fewer carbohydrates than normal diets recommend. While she is still a proponent of not eating as much meat as the diet allows, she does feel that the Atkins diet works as a result of reducing the carbs, which forces the body to convert stored fat into an energy source, while curbing the appetite at the same time.


    Strong Bones and Calcium
    11/05/2006 update

     

    Recent studies have shown that protein is an important component in maintaining healthy bones as you age.

    In the eary 1970s, it was believed that a high protein diet made the body excrete more calcium thereby weakening bones. Several studies were done in the 1970s and early 1980s, but results were inconclusive. Infact, in 1983 another study showed the opposite applies. Although there may be a temporary side effect at the start of a diet, several additional studies proved there is no long term effect of calcium excretion. Research now shows that a high protein diet keeps your bones healthy and actually slows down bone loss that leads to osteoporosis. In 1998 and 2000, it was again proven in a studies conducted with low and high protein diets, that calcium absorption from food was much lower on low protein diets. In a published long term study, it was shown that a typical diet had no real effect on calcium absorption from food, but rather the individual’s absorption ability.

    Studies show that the amount of calcium you excrete depends on how much protein you eat, meaning the amounts of phosphorus and magnesium in your daily diet plays a significant role. Equally as important is how each individual’s body works. For reasons that even researchers do not understand, some people simply absorb more calcium from their foods then others do.

    In a four year study published in 2000 it was shown that those eating a high protein diet had the strongest bone compared to their counterparts who ate the least protein who had the weakest bones and experienced more bone mass. In March of 2002 another three year blind study was done using half the group to take supplemental Vitamin “D” and “Calcium”, while the other half took a placebo. Neither doctors nor patients knew who was taken what. At the end of the study, it was again determined that the ones who ate the most protein had the strongest bones, while there was no connection with the supplements in the other group as to the amount of protein and the amount of bone loss.

    What this means to you is that when you eat a high protein diet combined with a high calcium intake, absorption is increased and bones stay stronger. Persons with the strongest bones took in an average of 1,300 milligrams of calcium per day, 100 milligrams more then the daily required for adults over age 50.

    Dairy products offer the most significant source of calcium, although many other foods also are included as a good source. Green leafy vegetables such as kale, bok choy, Chinese cabbage, broccoli, mustard greens and turnip greens have to be added to the list, as well as canned salmon, sardines, almonds, Brazil nuts and dried beans.

    Some other foods are now enriched with calcium making them a significant source. Researchers offer the opinion that there is no difference between eating food naturally rich in calcium or eating calcium fortified foods. Be aware, however, that foods containing “phytate” can interfere with calcium absorption, as does eating too much fiber which flushes the food through the intestines too fast so that maximum absorption may not occur.

    To find out how much calcium food contains, check the nutrition facts on each bag, carton, or box. These facts are based on 1,000 milligrams of calcium per day. As an example, if the calcium says it conains 20%, simply add another zero which would make one serving have 200 milligrams. According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation, the daily recommended amount is 1000-1200 per day. Anything above 2000 will add no benefit whatsoever.


    Acne and Carbs
    10/23/2006 update

     

    An Australian research team lead by Dr. Neil Mann, Associate Professor of Nutrition and Food Science, have recently conducted a study that solves an age old problem. They have discovered that it isn’t the cholocate or french fries teenagers eat that causes zits, but rather the overabundance of high carb foods.

    Dr. Mann divided his study participants into two groups: One being those teenagers eating a high carb diet and the other group eating a low carb diet. Most of the carbohydrates the low carb group ate were replaced with high quality proteins such as red meat and fish. At the end of the study, it was found that the acne in the low carb group “improved dramatically, by more than half.”

    The results of the study were presented at a European Dermatology Conference held in Greece. His contention was that the study proved that minimizing processed foods served as a defense against acne, something most health experts and dermatologists have claimed had no effect on acne. Dr. Mann believes that the higher levels of insulin generated by a high carb diet is the root behind facial breakouts, and by lowering the carb intake results in a reduction of the insulin levels and thus improves the productions of pimples. He further contends that as a child goes through puberty, they produce a lot of growth hormone that actually makes them temporarily insulin resistant. He adds, “With chronically high levels of insulin you’re going to get blockages in the pores and extra oil building up under the skin.”


    White Bread and Cancer
    10/23/2006 update

     

    A new study was done in Italy (which can be found in the International Journal of Cancer) that found links between eating lots of white bread, which has been found to cause the greatest rise in blood glucose levels, to an increased risk of the most common type of kidney cancer. Those persons eating five slices of white bread, per day, were almost twice as likely to develop the cancer, and a modest risk for those who ate a lot of white rice and/or pasta. It is believed that the white bread, pasta, rice and cereal, which have a high glycemic index may trigger a surge in blood sugar and insulin levels that fuel the growth of cancer cells.

    To the contrary, it was found that a higher intake of meat, poultry and all forms of vegetables shows a decrease in the risk. Vegetables contain a lot of vitamins and micro-nutrients as well as flavonoids, phytosterols, and carotenoids, which have shown to offer anti-cancer properties.


     

    According to Reuters, low carb dieting has seen a dramatic uphill trend in the first two weeks of 2005 and is continuing due to the "lose weight Resolutions".

    The Food Network is a good source for low carb information and recipes. "Eating Low Carb and Lovin' It", is informative and shows you how to cook low carb meals you may not have thought of. Rachel Ray of 30 Minute Meals has also been offering some low carb shows, but still can't beat out "Blaine's Low Carb Cooking.

    With the production of low carb foods jumping from 3.8% in 2003 to 17.9% in 2004, or 2,585 new products that went on the market, Sunset Brands has purchsed Low Carb Creations and plans to become one of the largest producers of low carb products. The growth doesn't stop here! Already into 2008, "Low Carbing" is still strong, with hundreds upon hundreds of new products being found on the store shelves.

    I'm amazed by all of the press Low Carb is getting. There seems to be an overall attempt to convince people that Low Carb is dying a fast death - main reasons being: "It is too restrictive", "People want more variety", "Too hard to do", "People want their bread and pasta". I have to wonder if "they" are on the same low carb diet I am because I don't find any of these comments to be true.


    Obesity
    9/9/2006 update

     

    On September 4, 2006, at an international conference held in Sydney, Australia, the pandemic of obesity was considered as one of the biggest threats to world health because of the surge of heart attacks, diabetes, high blood pressure, stroke and some forms of cancer according to the experts. With over one billion overweight people, and 3 hundred million people considered obese, it has now engulfed the entire world and is no longer a problem of the "fat" Americans. With over 2,500 expert health officials present, it was stated that "It's as big a threat as global warming and bird flu."

    There are actually more overweight people in the world today, then there are undernurished people, due to bad eating habits and lack of exercise. This is not only a medical problem, but one of economics as it is going to over tax the world's medical system by billions of dollars treating obesity related health problems, and this is just in the countries of Australia, Britain and the US, and not taking into consideration all the other countries around the world. It was also stated that the children of this generation may be the first in history to die before their parents because of weight-related health problems. Childhood obesity and diabetes has run rampate in the past few years.


     

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