Cold and Flu Support

Dear Friends

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The Original Synbiotic is a daily probiotic for the whole family.

The Original probiotics are researched pedigreed strains of lactic acid bacteria that support the development of a healthy GI tract microbiome.

A healthy gut microbiome is dependent on strong and proven probiotics, such as the Original strains. The Original Synbiotic provides a powerful symbiotic combination of Lactobacillus acidophilus (ATCC 4356), Streptococcus thermophilus (ATCC 19258), Lactobacillus plantarum (ATCC 8014), Lactobacillus rhamnosus (ATCC 7469) and Bifidobacterium longum (ATCC 15707).

Our chosen probiotics are foundational ATCC strains shown in research to work together with human cells to perform many functions in the body. For example, these probiotic strains help the digestive system, support and balance the immune system, and enhance our nervous system by producing neurotransmitters. They reinforce the GI barrier function to protect us from xenobiotics and pathogens, even binding heavy metals. Moreover, they neutralize carcinogens such as those caused by heterocyclic amines found in blackened meat and elements such as nitrosamines in sausage. By acidifying the epithelial membrane, they enable the absorption of minerals such as calcium and magnesium more readily. And lastly, our chosen strains also support the important task of daily regularity (Syngia et al., 2016; Hardy et al., 2013; Figueroa‐González et al., 2011; Ng et al., 2009).

The Original Synbiotic suggested daily dose: one tsp daily.

Of the many beneficial functions needed to be performed by our probiotic friends, colonizing the GI tract membrane and thereby protecting from our body from pathogens and xenobiotics, is very important. Check out these studies on colonization (Toscano et al., 2017; Underwood et al., 2015; Panigrahi et al., 2008; De Champs et al., 2003; Sarem- Damerdji et al., 1995).

See the Original Synbiotic Monograph.

References:

  • De Champs, C., Maroncle, N., Balestrino, Damien., Rich, C., Forestier, C. (2003). Persistence of Colonization of Intestinal Mucosa by A Probiotic Strain, Lactobacillus casei subsp rhamnosus Lcr35, after Oran Consumption. J Com Microbiol; 41(3): 1270-1273.  https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC150315/
  • Figueroa‐González, I., Quijano, G., Ramírez, G., & Cruz‐Guerrero, A. (2011). Probiotics and prebiotics—perspectives and challenges. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 91(8), 1341-1348.
  • Hardy, H., Harris, J., Lyon, E., Beal, J., & Foey, A. D. (2013). Probiotics, prebiotics and immunomodulation of gut mucosal defences: homeostasis and immunopathology. Nutrients, 5(6), 1869-1912.
  • Ng, S. C., Hart, A. L., Kamm, M. A., Stagg, A. J., & Knight, S. C. (2009). Mechanisms of action of probiotics: recent advances. Inflammatory bowel diseases, 15(2), 300-310.
  • Panigrahi, P., Pradhan, L., Mohapatra, S.S., Misra, P.R., Johnson, J.A., Chaudhry, R., Taylor, S., Hanse, N.I., Gewolb, I.H. (2008). Long-term colonization of a Lactobacillus plantarum synbiotic preparation in the neonatal gut. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr; 47(1):45-53. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18607268
  • Sarem-Damerdji, L., Sarem, F., Marchal, L., Micolas, J.P. (1995). In vitro colonization ability of human colon mucosa by exogenous Lactobacillus strains. FEMS Microbiology Letters; 131(2):133-137. https://academic.oup.com/femsle/article-abstract/131/2/133/524865/In-vitro-colonization-ability-of-human-colon?redirectedFrom=PDF
  • Syngai, G. G., Gopi, R., Bharali, R., Dey, S., Lakshmanan, G. A., & Ahmed, G. (2016). Probiotics-the versatile functional food ingredients. Journal of food science and technology, 53(2), 921-933. doi:  10.1007/s13197-015-2011-0
  • Toscano, M., De Grandi, R., Stronati, L., De Vecchi, E., & Drago, L. (2017). Effect of Lactobacillus rhamnosus HN001 and Bifidobacterium longum BB536 on the healthy gut microbiota composition at phyla and species level: A preliminary study. World journal of gastroenterology, 23(15), 2696.
  • Underwood, M. A., German, J. B., Lebrilla, C. B., & Mills, D. A. (2015). Bifidobacterium longum subspecies infantis: champion colonizer of the infant gut. Pediatric research, 77, 229.  https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4350908/

Sincerely yours,

Seann

We have developed our products based on scientific research and/or the practical experience of many healthcare practitioners. There is a growing body of literature on food based nutrition and supplements and their application in support of our health. Please use our products under the advisement of your doctor.

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Tired of Your Colds & Flu?

January 23, 2017

Dear Friends

We are in the midst of the season for colds and flu, and added stress certainly does not help the situation, or does it?

Suzanne Segerstrom and Gregory Miller (2004), Psychological Stress and the Human Immune System: A Meta-Analytic Study of 30 Years of Inquiry, examined more than 300 empirical articles describing a relationship between psychological stress and parameters of the immune system in human participants.

Segerstrom and Miller found that acute stressors (lasting minutes) were associated with potentially adaptive up-regulation of some parameters of natural immunity and down-regulation of some functions of specific immunity.  But chronic stressors on the other hand were associated with suppression of both cellular and humoral measures (see also Priyandarshini & Aich, 2012).

Chronic stress compromises our immune system putting us at risk to bacterial and viral infections; where as an acute momentary stressor can enhance/prime the innate immune system to more apply protect us from invading bacteria and viruses.  The trick is knowing how to prime our immune system successfully.

Do you have a tough time getting rid of your sore throat, cold, or flu?  Three BioImmersion products support the more robust functioning of our immune system to nip a cold. The garlic and No7 are famous for kicking out nasty sore throats and colds, while the LactORN alerts our immune system into action.

Recipe for Immune System support against colds and flu

  • LactORN- 1tsp. daily (held into the mouth until it dissolves). This paradigm shifter product kicks the fast acting (innate) immune system into gear!
  • No. 7 Systemic Booster- 1 tsp. daily (mix in a glass of water).
  • Organic Garlic- 1-2 capsules. For sore throats, open the capsules into a cup of water (or your mix with No7) and stir, let sit for one minutes and drink.

Both the LactORN and the No.7 Systemic Booster contain ingredients that challenge our immune system—namely, the oligoribonucleotides (ORNs) and the supernatant broth (whole dead-cells of probiotics, vitamins & minerals, enzymes, bacteriocin, ORNs, and more), respectively.  No.7 and LactORN also contain strong probiotic organisms that actually fight against pathogens. Garlic, especially when it is sourced with high allicin potential and manufactured correctly to preserve its high actives is known to offer a wonderful broad spectrum antimicrobial.  Hard on many pathogens but minimally so on good lactic acid bacteria in our probiotic mix, garlic is a perfect agent against colds and flu.

Food Science

Segerstrom and Miller (2004) divided stressors into 6 categories: Acute time-limited, Brief naturalistic, Event sequence, Chronic, Distant, and Life event.  Each type has a different effect on our immune system ability to defend us from colds and flus.

The Acute time-limited stressor category falls within the fight-or flight responses, an encounter more common to our ancestors.  Fighting and/or fleeing carries the risk of injury and subsequent entry of infectious agents into the bloodstream or skin.  Any wound in the skin is likely to contain pathogens that could multiply and cause infections (Williams & Leaper, 1998).  Stress-induced changes in the immune system that could accelerate wound repair and help prevent infections from taking hold would therefore be adaptive and selected along with other physiological changes that increased evolutionary fitness.

Cells involved in natural immunity do not provide defense against any particular pathogen; rather, they are all-purpose cells that can attack a number of different pathogens and do so in a relatively short time frame (minutes to hours) when challenged.

Bibliography:

  • Priyandarshini S, Aich P. (2012). Effects of Psychological Stress on Innate Immunity and Metabolism in humans:  A Systematic Analysis.
  • Segerstrom SC, Miller GE. (2004). Psychological Stress and the Human Immune System:  A Meta-Analytic study of 30 Years of inquiry. Psychol Bull; 130(3): 601-630.
  • Williams, N. A., & Leaper, D. J. (1998). Infection. In D. J. Leaper & K. G. Harding (Eds.), Wounds: Biology and management (pp. 71– 87). New York: Oxford University Press.

Sincerely yours,

Seann Bardell

We have developed our products based on scientific research and/or the practical experience of many healthcare practitioners.  There is a growing body of literature on food based nutrition and supplements and their application in support of our health. Please use our products under the advisement of your doctor.
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Cold and Flu Treatment

October 3, 2016

Dear Friends

We are in the cold and flu season.  Science finds specific foods that are amazing in the treatment of sore throats, colds, fever, congestion, and achy body.

The protocol we use is very effective: 

  • No. 7 Systemic Booster– 1 tsp. daily in a glass of water.
  • Organic Garlic– 1-2 capsule daily X 2. For sore throat, open capsules and mix with No. 7 in water, drink slowly.
  • Organic Chlorella– 4-8 tablets daily.
  • LactORN- 1 level tsp. twice a week. Take extra tsp during a cold/flu infection. Chew the powder to stimulate the oral immune system (it is on the sticky side).

We use this protocol successfully with stomach flu as well.

Food Science

Colds and Flus begin with the mucous membranes of our body— the oral cavity, the gastrointestinal, genitourinary, and respiratory tracts, and the mammary gland.  They represent the largest surface area of our body exposed to the pathogenic bacteria, viruses and protozoa of the outside world.

Our GI tract alone embodies a surface area the size of a full tennis court with most of it only one-cell layer thick.  70% of our immune system resides on the inside surface of the gut membrane.  Because we bring in 20 tons of food in a life-time it is our most vulnerable Port of Entry for infections.

No. 7 Systemic Booster (click on this link to see the ingredients in the No. 7)

Lactic acid bacteria and Bifidobacteria such as are found in No. 7 have shown to be able to reduce the number of participants who experience upper respiratory tract infections in the best study to date by Hao et al. (2011)— Probiotic for preventing acute upper respiratory tract infections.

The two studies by Gill et al. (2001) and Sheih et al. (2001) describe subjects who were given a probiotic regime between weeks three to six (of the cold) and saw a significant boost in the ability of their white bloods cells to gobble up invaders.  The same boost was found in the ability of their natural killer cells to kill cancer cells.

Organic Garlic

Garlic offers a broad spectrum antimicrobial against bacteria, viruses and protozoaAt the same time it is not hard on the lactic acid probiotic organisms.  Take a large glass of water, open up a capsule of the garlic in the water.  You will smell the antimicrobial agent allicin being forming.  Each capsule contains 4 to 5 cloves of organic garlic.  Now add one tsp. of the No. 7 to the drink (Ankri, 1999; Bakri, 2005).

Organic Chlorella

Boosting the immune system without exacerbating allergies and autoimmune disease is one of the important benefits of Chlorella.  A big part of the front line of defense within the mucous membranes is the IgA- the secretary immunoglobulin A (SIgA).

The research of Yamauchi et al (2011) and Otsuki et al. (2012) not only demonstrated an increase in human participants levels of SIgA, but also an increase in their levels of NK cells (Natural Killer cells) and the corresponding reduction in upper respiratory infections (URI).

LactORN

LactORN contains the probiotic Lactobacillus casei grown in a way to retain its natural ORNS (oligoribonucleotides).  Plus it contains the prebiotic inulin derived from organic chicory root.  There are no other ingredients.  Its dairy free, soy free, gluten free (as is No. 7).

Think of this product as your immune system boosting tool.  Across animal species the LactORN has been shown through research to support immune system competencies to prevent infections cause by viruses and bacteria ( Marshall, 2007).

Bibliography

  • Ankri and Mirelman. (1999). Antimicrobial properties of allicin from garlic.  Microbes and Infection; 1(2): 125-129.
  • Bakri and Douglas. (2005). Inhibitory effect of garlic extract on oral bacteria. Archives of Oral Biology; 50(7): 645-651.
  • Gill et al. (2001). Enhancement of immunity in the elderly by dietary supplementation with the probiotic Bifidobacterium lactis HN019. Am J Clin Nutr; 74(6): 833-9.
  • Hao et al. (2011). Probiotic for preventing acute upper respiratory tract infections. Cochrane Database Syst Rev; 9: CD006895.
  • Marshall, W. (2007). Oligoribonucleotides alert the immune system of animals to the immence of microbial infections.  US patent 7,189,834 B2.
  • Otsuki et al. (2012). Chlorella intake attenuates reduced salivary SIgA secretion in kendo training camp participants. Nutrition Journal; 11: 1103.
  • Sheih et al. (2001). Systemic Immunity-Enhancing Effects in Healthy Subjects Following Dietary consumption of the Lactic Acid Bacterium Lactobacillus rhamnosus HN001. Journal of the American College of Nutrition; 20(2): 149-156.
  • Yamauchi et al. (2011). Virus activation and immune function during intense training in rugby football players. Int J Sports: 32: 393-398.

Sincerely yours,

Seann Bardell

We have developed our products based on scientific research and/or the practical experience of many healthcare practitioners.  There is a growing body of literature on food based nutrition and supplements and their application in support of our health. Please use our products under the advisement of your doctor.

Green Facts:

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Colds, Flus, and Chlorella

September 15, 2016

Dear Friends

How does our new Organic Chlorella help combat flus and colds?

Research studies, such as Yamauchi et al. (2011; 2012), and Otsuki et al. (2012), find Chlorella enhances SIgA levels in the mucus membranes.

Chlorella also enhances the blood levels of Natural Killer cells (Kwak et al, 2012; Davis et al., 2010). And is shown effective by Azocar J, Diaz A. (2013) in the treatment of chronic Hepatitis C viral infections.

Therapeutic Food Protocol to support protection from colds and flus:

Let’s discuss the science behind this amazing green plant:

Our body’s mucous membranes are vulnerable “Ports of Entry” for pathogens entering into our body.  Approximately, 95% of all infections are initiated at the mucosal surfaces: nose, throat, GI tract, urinary tract and lungs (Walsh, 2011).

Our immune system’s job is to protect us from these assaults; its natural antibodies like secretory IgA (SIgA) are amongst its frontline armament.  Healthy SIgA levels minimize the risk of “getting the bug”.  Excess stress can reduce SIgA levels, resulting in more colds and flus, including respiratory tract infections such as pheumonia and influenza (Klentrou, 2002).

Food Science:

Chlorella is an unicellular green algae which provides us with key nutrients, including a vast array of vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids, all of the essential amino acids, nucleic acids (RNA and DNA), dietary fiber, and a wide range of antioxidants, bioactive substances and chlorophyll.  It is the number one selling food supplement in Japan, Korea and Taiwan.

Amongst its many valuable attributes it enhances our immune function, supports natural detoxification, supports cardiovascular health, helps balance the body’s pH, and is a vegan protein source.  In this Forward Thinking we are focusing on its immune system benefits.

Chlorella enhances SIgA levels in the mucous membranes throughout the body.

It is well understood that too strenuous exercise can cause a lowering of an individual’s secretory IgA levels and increase his/her risk of illness.  Epidemiolgoical studies suggest that highly trained athletes are more susceptible to upper respiratory tract infections compared with the general population (Yamauchi et al, 2011).

The focus of Yamauchi and associates study was to examine the relationship between Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) reactivation and the appearance of upper respiratory symptoms (URS).  Their results demonstrated that the number of URS increased along with the EBV-DNA expression and decrease of SigA levels.

This decrease suggests that the athletes were at an increased risk of developing an upper respiratory tract infection, and therefore, it could be necessary to take protective actions to minimize catching cold viruses or even activating endogenous viruses like EBV.

Reducing the training load would be one way to increase SIgA, but Otsuki et al. showed another way.  In previous research Otsuki demonstrated that chlorella intake daily increased the secretion rate of SIgA in humans.  In their later 2012 study they additionally demonstrated that those participants in a Kendo training camp who consumed chlorella daily attenuated the drop in SIgA, a reduction experienced by other participant who didn’t take the chlorella supplement.

Chlorella enhances the blood levels of Natural Killer Cells (NK cells).

NK cells are cytotoxic effectors of innate immunity that distinguish between healthy and malignant or virally-infected cells.  It is critical to have NK cells present optimal levels to protect the body from cancer and viral infections.

Kwak et al, (2012) demonstrated the beneficial effect of short-term [duration of study] Chlorella consumption on its enhancement of NK cell activity, and produced INF-y and IL-12 as well as IL-1beta—the Th-1 cell-induced cytokines.

Chlorella supplementation enhances clinical outcomes in patients with Hep. C.

It is estimated that up to 4 million persons in the US have chronic Hepatitis C virus infection (Davis et al., 2010).  After three month of chlorella supplementation, Hepatitis C patients reported as follows:  Quality of Life- 76.9% of the participants reported an improvement in their energy levels, 46.1 % reported an improvement in their perception of general health,   84.6 % of these patients had a significant decrease in their ALT levels (which is a marker for liver inflammation) from week 0 to week 12.  Evaluation of side effects showed that Chlorella was well tolerated by all participants.

These results add to the growing literature on the beneficial immunostimulatory effect of Chlorella supplementation.

Bibliography:

  • Azocar J, Diaz A. (2013). Efficacy and safety of Chlorella supplementation in adults with chronic hepatitis C virus infection. World J Garoenterol; 19(7): 1085-1090.
  • Davis et al. (2010).  Aging of Hepatitis C Virus (HCV)-Infected Persons in the United States: A Multiple Cohort Model of HCV Prevalence and Disease Progression. Gastroenteroloyg; 1(38): 513-521.
  • Klentrou et al. (2002). Effect of moderate exercise on salivary immunoglobiulin A and infection risk in humans. Eur J Appl Physiol; 87: 153-158.
  • Kwak et al. (2012). Beneficial immunostimulatory effect of short-term Chlorella supplementation: enhancement of Natural Killer cell activity and early inflammatory response (Randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled trial). Nutrition Journal; 11: 53.
  • Otsuki et al. (2012). Chlorella intake attenuataes reduced salivary SIgA secretion in kendo training camp particpants. Nutrition Journal; 11: 103
  • Walsh et al. (2011). Part one:  Immune function and exercise. Exerc Immunol Rev; 17: 6-63
  • Yamauchi et al. Virus Activation and Immune Function During Intense Training in Rugby Football Players. (2011). Int J Sports; 32: 393-398

Sincerely yours,

Seann Bardell

We have developed our products based on scientific research and/or the practical experience of many healthcare practitioners.  There is a growing body of literature on food based nutrition and supplements and their application in support of our health. Please use our products under the advisement of your doctor.

Green Facts:

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Cold and Flu Season Support

October 10, 2015

Dear Friends,

Thank you for your wonderful loyalty as customers and collaborators in our journey together to help people become healthy.  Our Therapeutic Food Protocols for Health is the result of our joint effort with you over the last eight years.  It has been a long time in the making for sure.

Throughout the Fall/Winter we will be offering webinars regarding the effective use of Therapeutic Food Supplements within your practice.  Beginning in November we present the first of the webinars, offered multiple times to give you ample opportunity to join with us.  Here’s the November schedule:

Date: November 9th, 16th & 23rd. (The same seminar, three Monday evenings to choose from).
Time: 5 pm to 6 pm  and again at 7 pm to 8 pm (Pick the best time for you).
Title:  Therapeutic Foods Protocols for Health:  a new platform in the practice of medicine.
Comments:  You will be able to print out the Protocols for Health booklet before the webinar.  It’s perfect for taking notes in.Lack of diversity and the lack of embracing diversity is literally driving us to extinction.

Here’s a sampling of a Therapeutic Food Supplement protocol for you see and try:

Sincerely yours,

Seann Bardell

BioImmersion.com

Clinical Note:

Cold and Flu Season Support

Condition:  Feeling like a sore throat is coming on, or maybe it’s fully arrived.  Try the following:

Take a glass of water and mix in the powder from one or two capsules of the garlic.  After about a minute add a heaping teaspoon of No. 7 Systemic Booster to the water.  Stir and drink slowly so as to coat and treat the mucous membrane of your mouth and throat.  Next, take a level teaspoon of the LactORN, allowing it to dissolve in your mouth, priming your immune system.

Garlic, Organic, Freeze-dried

Overview:

This exceptionally potent supplement boasts four to five cloves of organic garlic in every capsule.  Known as the Russian Penicillin, garlic has been used for centuries therapeutically as a broad-spectrum antimicrobial; and over the last thirty years this has been our focus as well.

Each bottle contains 90 capsules of pure, high actives, organic garlic.  This QAI Certified garlic is exceptionally potent at 10,000 ppm alliin.  At 400mg garlic per capsule this translates to 2.65 mg of allicin per capsule.  That’s it.  No excipients of any kind.

Suggested dosing:

Take one to two capsules and open them up, pouring the powder into a glass of water.  Stir, allowing the whole garlic clove powder to react with the water.  In about 40 seconds you will have freshly produced allicin, garlic’s premier antimicrobial substance.  Swig it around in your mouth, slowly swallowing it, gargling as it goes down the hatch into you stomach.  You are treating the whole mucous membrane of the GI tract with this powerful broad spectrum antimicrobial for a lot of pathogens.  The amazing feature of garlic is that it is non-toxic to the Genera of Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium.  Our probiotic organisms are unharmed, yet at the same time it stops a lot of bad bugs right in their tracks.

Usually one dose is enough.  But if more is needed a couple times a day for a couple of days should do it.

LactORN, Lactobacillus ORNs

Overview:

LactORN contains the probiotic Lactobacillus casei grown in a way to retain its natural ORNs  (oligoribonucleotides).  Plus it contains the prebiotic inulin derived from organic chicory root.  There are no other ingredients.  Its dairy free, soy free, gluten free.  Just good bugs with their ORNs and fiber.  It has a  naturally sweet taste because of the inulin, but no glycemic load.

Think of this product as your immune system boosting tool.  Across animal species, the LactORN has been shown through research to support immune system competencies to prevent infections caused by viruses and bacteria (Marshall, 2007).

Suggested dosing:

Take one level teaspoon slowly into your mouth allowing your saliva to dissolve the powder.  If you need just a little water to support the dissolving process do so.  The point is to allow the Lactobacillus casei to release its oligoribonucleotides into your oral cavity.  A chain reaction will then occur as immune cells imbedded in oral tissues respond to these ORNs by releasing stimulating cytokines that restore the powers of the immune network.  An alert immune network successfully defends the host against viruses and bacteria without side effects.

One dose will prime the immune system for 3 to 5 days.  If needed take two doses per week.

No. 7 Systemic  Booster

Overview:

No. 7 Systemic Booster boasts a high potency proprietary blend of our Bulgarian probiotic bacteria, plus an important fusion of organic whole fruit and berry extracts, chicory root soluble fiber, with carefully selected complimentary nutriceuticals, that together support the strengthening of many of our body’s systems, including supporting our immune system.

The powerful Bulgarian strains of Lactic Acid Bacteria were selected to protect chronic gut inflammation generated by overgrowth of Clostridia in the GI tract.  Chronic inflammation weakens our immune system.  No. 7’s supernatant ingredient primes both our innate and adaptive immune systems, allowing for a more alert immune response.  Its Vitamin D3 triggers effective antimicrobial pathways by the innate immune system against bacterial, fungal and viral pathogens.  L. Carnitine, another No. 7’s ingredient, strengthens the immune system.

Suggested dosing:

Take one round teaspoon in a tall glass of water.

References:

  • Ankri  and Mirelman. (1999). Antimicrobial properties of allicin from garlic. Microbes and Infection; 1(2):125-129.
  • Bakri and Douglas. (2005). Inhibitory effect of garlic extract on oral bacteria. Archives of Oral Biology;50(7):645-651.
  • Marshall W. (2007). Oligoribonucleotides alert the immune system of animals to the imminence of microbial infections. US patent 7,189,834 B2.
  • Kroner et al. (2015). Vitamin D every day to keep the infection away? Nutrients; 7(6):4170-88.
  • De Simone et al. (1982). Vitamins and immunity: II. Influence of L-carnitine on the immune system. Acta Vitaminol Enzymol;4(1-2):135-40.

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