Listening to your Body . . .

Are you neglecting the messages your body is sending to you? You may not realize that your body talks to you . . . not in words, but in symptoms. Often we are so busy going through our lives that when our body sends us a message, like a headache for example, we ignore it as an annoyance or something else that needs to be dealt with. 

These messages are a gift in my opinion, it's not fun to feel bad, but there is some type of imbalance that needs to be addressed and you're getting a subtle signal to deal with it.

So what do most people do when they are given this symptom of a headache? We pop some type of pain killer and go on with our day.

What's the problem with this scenario? Now, I'm not saying you should never use pain killers if you need them, but use this as an opportunity to explore what message your body is trying to send you.

Are you dehydrated? Are you overworked? Do you need to eat something? Did you eat something that you are intolerant to? Have you spend too much time with your head down looking at the computer? Are your hormones out of balance? The messages can vary from person to person and you will have to be your own health detective, but it's worth the trouble trying to figure out what the cause was. 

Why? I believe if you continue to cover up these symptoms by taking drugs and suppressing them, then you are missing opportunities to allow your body to heal before it manifests in something more serious. If your body feels like you aren't getting the signals it's sending then I believe it can manifest in different symptoms. The key is to listen, and figure out what's going on, and adjust your behavior. 

Our body is what graciously carries us through life, be kind to it . . . you only get one!

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Acupuncture: Do I have to believe for it to work?

The holiday season is upon us, and with it brings up many questions about believing. Many people have asked me if they need to believe in Acupuncture for it to work, so I decided to address that today.

The answer is NO, but it helps! (Let me explain . . . )

Acupuncture has a reputation with some people as being mystical and magical. In Oriental Medicine we learn to use words like Qi and describe patterns like Liver Qi Stagnation. It definitely has its own language and this may seem odd. However, Oriental medicine has been around for thousands of years, way before any type of diagnostic tests like blood, ultrasound, or CT scans. It is because of this they learned to diagnose based on observation. They also looked to nature and their environment in order to describe things going on in the body. For example there are multiple diagnosis that include the word 'Wind', this term is referring to how wind acts in nature and relates it to symptoms that occur in the body. 

In our Western culture we aren't used to hearing about Wind in the body, therefore it may be easy to write Oriental Medicine off as cooky or unscientific. This is far from the truth. The language we use to diagnose aside, there is nothing that we do in Oriental medicine that doesn't affect the body's physiology. When we insert a needle into the body, the body reacts. The body increases blood circulation to the area, endorphins are released, natural anti-inflammatory properties are released and many more actions take place in the local area. Depending on where the needle is placed it may stimulate nerves in the body, which send signals to the brain and the body takes action. Just because thousands of years ago we didn't have this specific knowledge or these words to explain what was happening doesn't mean that it's unscientific. 

So this leads me to my point. If we agree that Acupuncture works physiologically on the body and is related to science the same way that any other medical procedure is. Then normal placebo rules apply. If you're not familiar with the word placebo here is the definition as taken from the dictionary:




  1. a harmless pill, medicine, or procedure prescribed more for the psychological benefit to the patient than for any physiological effect.

Placebo applies to any medication or procedure. There is a percentage of people that will improve based on the suggestion that they will and their own belief. This is an amazing testiment to the power of our brains over our bodies. According to the placebo effect can take place in up to 1 in 3 people.

So, yes! Belief is important, just believing something will help can absolutely make a difference in treatment. However, you don't have to believe Acupuncture will work in order for it to. I've had many patients who come to me and immediately tell me they don't believe in what I do. That's ok, I find it to be a fun challenge. I've had the privilege of turning some of these same patients into believers. Some of these patients haven't had the results that they desired with Acupuncture, but I don't think that it's only because they don't believe. There are many factors to consider in why Acupuncture works and why, just like any medical drug or procedure, sometimes it doesn't. 

Choosing to believe in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine is choosing to believe in the power of your body to heal itself! I think that is such a beautiful thing. 

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The Art of Oriental Medicine

 I am an Artist . . . Did you know? Maybe its not evident in my job title, "Licensed Acupuncturist," but I am and it's one of the reasons I love my job and THE reason I fell in love with Oriental Medicine. 

The first question I ask all of my patients is, "Have you had Acupuncture before?" Some say no, but the ones that say, "Yes." I always follow up by saying, "Just so you know, all Acupuncturists are different. There are different styles and ways to practice Acupuncture. If I am different than your previous practitioner, that doesn't make either of us wrong . . . or right. We are just different, and that's ok."

It's an odd thought, that medicine doesn't have to be practiced only one way. Medicine is so closely related to science, and we often associate that with proving or disproving theories. Growing up with Western Medicine, we get used to hearing there is only one correct medical diagnosis and for that one or maybe two correct treatments. This isn't the case for Oriental Medicine. 

My degree is in Oriental medicine and not Traditional Chinese medicine because we learned a few different traditions of the medicine in school. Not only did we learn Chinese style Acupuncture, but we learned Korean and Japanese styles as well. Each of which have slightly different techniques and ways to practice. Get this, they all work!

It's not just this, but theory can be applied differently as well. In Oriental medicine we diagnose based on signs and symptoms of the patient and these point to a pattern of diagnosis. Seems straight forward at first, but patients are complex people and almost always have more than one pattern of disharmony. This is where it gets tricky, it is the practitioners job to determine the most important pattern to focus on: treat one pattern, treat both patterns, use herbs, use supplements, use acupuncture, use all of it! It's a fun exercise in problem solving!

The hardest part in school was putting all of this decision making into motion on real patients. Part of Acupuncture school is to work in a school clinic, I worked in my school clinic for two years. There you have to work under the supervision of Acupuncture Doctors, usually you work under quite a few different ones throughout your time there. You soon find out that if you had one patient and sent them to five different supervisors, each would most likely come up with a different diagnosis, way of treating, acupuncture prescription, and herbal treatment. The thing that is crazy is that it is possible to get results treating each way! It's mind boggling trying to learn, but so fun to know that it's hard to mess up this amazing medicine. 

Each practitioner takes their knowledge and puts their own artistic twist on it. At the end of the day I'm using my creative problem solving skills and trying to make my patients lives better! I'm inviting you to come see me work my art :)

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Why I will NEVER tell you to use Ice . . .

That's right, you heard me correctly . . . I will NEVER tell you to use ICE!!!!!!!!!

I'm sure most of us are familiar with the old acronym R.I.C.E. for an acute injury. Meaning Rest, Ice, Compress, and Elevate. While I agree with three of the four, the one I don't agree with is to ever put ice on an injury. Chinese medicine has some pretty strong views on why you shouldn't ice. 

Let me explain. 

When you initially injure tissue there are physiological responses that are going to happen to the area. Initially, you will get a pain sensation up to and including, sharp, shooting, dull, boring pain. Then swelling usually starts in the area, the swelling and inflammation serves a purpose. 

"Redness and heat are caused by increased blood flow. Swelling is the result of the increased movement of fluid and white blood cells into the area of inflammation. ... The pain and swelling can keep the athlete from using the injured part, serving to protect it from further injury."

The body needs the swelling to happen for a few reasons. 1. Let the person know something is wrong. Pain and swelling are an indication to protect the area from further damage. 2. Swelling brings blood (nutrition), oxygen, and White blood cells to the area. 

So why do people normally ice? You have been told to ice the area in order to move the swelling out of the area. Cold constricts the blood vessels, which in turn stops bleeding and restricts blood flow in the area. You need blood flow in the area in order to repair the tissue, because as I stated above, blood is nutrition. In other words, by putting ice on the area you are assuming that swelling and inflammation aren't serving a correct physiological purpose. Your body is innately intelligent, swelling is a necessary part of the healing process. 

Not only that, but at a certain degree of coldness biological function stops. This is why we freeze food, in order to stop biological decomposition. The same rules apply when you think about icing an injury. What do you want when you injure your body? You want and need your body to repair the tissues that were damaged. This cannot happen when the tissue temperature is being lowered. It decreases blood flow, increased coagulation! New blood is essential to tissue repair, stopping circulation is not in your best interest. Stop fighting your body!

I had a professor, Z'ev Rosenberg, who recently taught a class for my Doctorate program. He said, "Cold is death and Heat is life." This is the truth! What is one of the first things that happens when you die? You become Cold!

If you still need more reasons to listen to me, here they are: 

1. There is a thing in Chinese Medicine called cold damage. Cold damage is pretty much like is sounds. Damage caused by cold. Adding cold to an area of injury, in Chinese theory, can actually lead to arthritis in the local joints. The inflammation that is caused by arthritis is actually the body using heat to drive out the cold damage. 

2. The Dr that recommended and coined the term R.I.C.E. no longer recommends it . . . for some of the reasons I listed above and some others. Read his article here . . .

I tell my patients to stop icing and apply heat. Heat increases circulation of the blood and nutrition that you body needs to heal itself. Often, this one small recommendation can give way to BIG results. I love it, my patients love it, so next time you go to reach for the ice think twice!

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Top 5 Tips For Adrenal Health: Part 2

This is the second part of my Adrenal Health wellness blog. If you haven't read the first part, you can do so by clicking here. Importance of Adrenal Health: Part 1. 

So you already know why Adrenal Health is so important and why you need it. Now I'm going to give you my top 5 tips for keeping your Adrenals happy and healthy. These are things I tell most of my patients to do. 


We all know vitamin C is so important for immune health, it's also incredibly important for adrenal health. Did you know that the greatest storage of vitamin C in the body is in the adrenal glands? When you are under an increased amount of stress you body produces more cortisol. Vitamin C is needed to produce cortisol and if you don't have an adequate amount it's adds more stress to the little glands. I usually suggest my patients add 1000mg of a whole food vitamin C supplement to their diet if they are looking to increase adrenal health. Vitamin C is a water soluble vitamin, that means that if you get too much in your diet you will just urinate it out. If you are taking too much vitamin C it can cause some loose stool, if you have this reaction you can back off to 500mg per day. An added benefit, your immune system will be happy too!


Surprise, Surprise, my first two suggestions are nutrition related! With the common American diet, we aren't getting all the nutrients our bodies require. In addition, soil quality and manufacturing processes can also equate to food not being as nutrient dense. Add increased stress to this and that is a perfect storm of not getting all the stuff you need to function at an optimal level. B vitamins, like vitamin C, are required for many of the different hormones produced by the adrenals and used up in common stress responses. I love whole food vitamins, rather than synthetic, because your body uses them just like food and they assimilate easier to your body. Here are the ones I like and are easy to get online or at Sprouts Farmers Market. 


This may be the suggestion you like the least but I need you to wrap your mind around this. Caffeine is a stimulant, every time you drink caffeine your adrenal glands secrete epinephrine. Think about that. Your adrenal glands are working every time you drink coffee! That means that over years of drinking a cup (or two!) a day, this can be depleting and exhausting to your adrenal glands. When my patients are trying to repair their abused adrenals I always suggest to give up caffeine. It doesn't have to be a permanent thing, but you aren't doing yourself any favors if you follow all my other tips but still drink coffee, energy drinks, or even black tea daily. 


Like we talked about in my last blog, your adrenals produce cortisol and cortisol raises your blood sugar. So . . . tips to balance your blood sugar include: eat within a half an hour of waking daily, eat meals at the same time every day, make sure you're getting enough protein in your diet in order to be a source of energy that sustains your blood sugar. Also, in addition to too much caffeine, too much sugar is a burden on the adrenals too.  In Chinese medicine we were always taught to eat like a king in the morning, eat like a working man at lunch, and eat like a peasant for dinner (or something along those lines). In other words, eat the most in the beginning of the day and eat less and less as the day goes on. 


A sign of adrenal fatigue is that you are exhausted in the morning but have tons of energy at night, when you should be sleeping. This is an indication that your cortisol production is not happening at the right times of day. So, trying to get to sleep around the same time every night and getting at least 8 hours of sleep is so important! In addition, night time is when your body does the best restoration and healing. If you aren't getting deep or an adequate amount of sleep you aren't able to repair and heal your tissues the way that you were meant to (If you have a hard time sleeping . . . Acupuncture is amazing for regulating this).

That's it folks! Most of these are easy things that you can start doing immediately in order to get your adrenal health back on track. If you become one of my patients I would also consider putting you on a Chinese herbal formula or some western herbal adaptogens to help accelerate healing, along with Acupuncture . . . Of Course! I'm passionate about adrenal health and you should be too!

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Importance of Adrenal Health: Part 1

I learned the importance of adrenal health in college. In high school I was a high achieving, Type A, who was overcommitted. I was just doing too many things for too long a period of time. I was a honors student taking AP classes, working two jobs 15 hours a week, dancing at the studio 15+ hours a week, on the dance team at school, a lead in the High School musicals. . . and the list goes on. I was constantly going, not much time for true rest. This worked for me for a period of time because I had my major needs being met by my parents. The cooking and cleaning was done for me, my parents tried to make my life as easy as possible in order to be successful at all these activities. 

When I went to college I attempted to keep up the same pace as when I was in High School, with one big difference. My parents weren't there to set boundaries for me. I was in a new city, with all new people, and now trying to take care of myself: feed myself properly, get enough rest, do my own laundry etc. You get the picture. . . I was not equipped to handle all the new things and continue to over achieve. My lifestyle quickly caught up with me and I began to have panic attacks, depression, and incredible fatigue. 

Western medicine threw me onto two different, commonly prescribed, anti-depressants. For me, this wasn't a good solution. I was now a zombie on too many drugs that weren't serving me or healing the root of my issue. I quickly decided this wasn't for me and went off all the drugs cold turkey without the help of my Dr. DO NOT DO THIS!!!!!!! IT IS DANGEROUS AND CAN RESULT IN MAJOR HEALTH PROBLEMS, INCLUDING DEATH. ALWAYS HAVE YOUR DR HELP YOU GET OFF OF ANY PRESCRIPTION MEDICATION!!!!!

I found a natural health practitioner who gave me some good tips and tricks to help get me back on track. What I learned through all of that is how important it is to take care of your adrenal glands. If you aren't familiar with your adrenal glands, let me give you a crash course. 

You have two adrenal glands, they are small glands that sit on top of your kidneys and belong to the endocrine system. The adrenal glands are a vital part of your stress response. I'm sure you have heard about epinephrine or adrenaline. That's the hormone that is secreted in stressful situations and gives you the energy to do some super human stuff in a time of crisis. Your adrenal glands also secrete cortisol. You may have heard this called the "stress hormone." Everyone produces cortisol daily, it gives you energy to get up and get going because part of it's job is to increase your blood sugar to give you energy. If there is too much cortisol it adds to fat storage around the mid section and if there is too little that's when you get the afternoon crash feeling. 

These hormones are important to normal human function but there are some bad habits that people get into that stress these little glands out. The sooner you can identify and rectify these issues the better off you will be. There are different stages of adrenal dysfunction and the earlier you catch it the better. Long term adrenal health will help you avoid panic attacks, chronic fatigue, and depression to name a few. Adrenal health is especially important for women going through menopause. While going through menopause the main production of estrogen and progesterone moves from the ovaries to the adrenals. So if you have stressed adrenals you will most likely experience more symptoms of menopause like hot flashes and night sweats. 

Now that you're in the know about what the adrenals do . . . Keep an eye out for my next blog, where I'm going to outline my top 5 suggestions for keeping your adrenal glands happy and healthy!

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How many treatments will I need?

I was at a business networking group meeting for the first time a few weeks ago. People were asking me about my business and what I do. One girl, who I just met, said, "Oh I've had Acupuncture before. I did it for weight loss." 

I said, "Oh, that's great. Did it work?"

She said, "No, but I only went once."

I was a bit surprised, "Well, it definitely takes more than one time to be effective."

"How many treatments will I need?" 

This is a common question and concern for my patients. Many people aren't that familiar with Acupuncture and how it works so, of course you wouldn't know how many treatments it takes. But this is an important question to have reflected on before you begin a treatment regimen. If you have the correct expectations then you are more likely to stay with it and be happier with the results you do get. 

Acupuncture is essentially resetting your physiology to work the way it was designed to work. We place needles to draw your bodies attention to an area that has been neglected and your body heals itself. That's the Readers Digest version. Treatments build upon each other, we are trying to break the cycle of dysfunction your body systems have been in. 

For example: If you have been having insomnia for three weeks, waking up at 3am every morning and unable to fall asleep. The first treatment may have many outcomes, you may wake up the next morning at 3 am cursing Acupuncture and thinking, "that didn't work, what a waste!" You may wake up at 3:45 am, with slight improvement. Or you may have complete resolution of the issue and able to sleep all the way until 7, until of course your kids wake you up!

In all of the above situations, you need to go back for another treatment! Even the situation where you slept until 7 am. That is a great result for one treatment but we want it to stick. Each appointment is giving your body momentum. Picture trying to push a heavy round tire on a flat surface. In the beginning you have to exert a lot of effort to get that thing moving but once you are consistently pushing it, it becomes easier and easier to exert less effort. This is the best way I can describe Acupuncture treatments. In the beginning, we may need to do two treatments a week for the first two weeks or so. Then, depending on your symptoms, we can begin to space the treatments one week apart and then one month apart. Until we get to the point where you only need to come in once every few months for a "tune up."

There are other factors that also greatly improve your chance for success with Acupuncture. See the following:

1. How long have you had the problem?

It is usually quicker to fix a problem closer to onset. The Acute phase of a disorder or injury tends to react better. Once your digestive problems are 10 years old and you've been on medication for 8 of those years, I can still help, but it will take longer and more effort to get that tire moving. 

2. Overall, How healthy are you?

If you are young, in shape, eat well, sleep well, and don't take any medications, you will react to Acupuncture quicker than someone who is on a mile high list of medications. If you are the latter, have hope, Acupuncture can help, but you will probably require more treatments than someone who isn't. 

3. How compliant are you?

If you LISTEN to all your practitioner says. . . you'll not only be my favorite! But your body will thank you for listening to the expert. If herbs are apart of your treatment .  . .  take them! If you have a knee injury and I tell you to take a break from running marathons while we rehab it. . . do it! If I tell you to give up Gluten because it's destroying your poor tummy. . . do it!

All treatment plans are to be decided on and discussed with you and your practitioner. When we give you suggestions on spacing of treatment, it is for your benefit, and may actually save you long term. Momentum is our friend, we want to break the cycle of pain and sickness. Acupuncture is amazing, but it takes more than one treatment. Please contact me with any questions you have about this process. I hope this helps shed some light. 

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How this one supplement can be a Game changer . . .

Vitamin D!!!

A few years ago I was struggling with some major fatigue and depression. It was constant and unyielding, I was in the middle of my four year Masters program and didn't think it was anything but being run down and exhausted. I sought help from an Acupuncturist, she ran a simple blood panel and what came up was surprising. She said, "there's not much wrong with you, except, your vitamin D is very low."

My vitamin D levels were a 12 ng/mL and western medicine puts deficient around less than 15 ng/mL. So you must be thinking, that isn't much below the acceptable range . .  .so why was I feeling so poor! Well that leads me to try to explain how they come up with blood ranges. Blood ranges of "healthy" people are based on the average of healthy individuals at that lab. Which is why each lab facility has a different range of what is considered "healthy." These ranges are not necessarily optimal, it just means that you haven't presented with a disease yet with these "in range" numbers. You can read more about how they determine lab values here

Well, I began supplementing with a whole food Vitamin D at 5000 IU per day. The recommended daily value is 400 IU per day. The Acupuncturist I was seeing recommended that I should try to get my levels to an optimal level which is closer to 60-80 ng/mL. As soon as I began taking the supplements, I felt a fog of depression lift, I felt energy that I hadn't felt for years. It was amazing how quickly my body thanked me for taking the supplement. I continued to, and still continue to monitor my blood for adequate vitamin D levels. If you are going to take a supplement with this amount, 5000 IU, it requires you to monitor blood values. The reason is, vitamin D is fat soluble, which means it can create toxicity if you take too much because it stores in your fat if unused. There has only been one case of toxicity of Vitamin D reported in the US and they were taking far above 5000 IU daily, but it is better to be safe and monitor this. 

After my tremendous improvement by taking only one vitamin pill per day, I began to research more about vitamin D and its importance in the body. I received so much good information on, I will be referencing much of the information I found there. 

Vitamin D is actually turned into a hormone in the body, it's very different than other vitamins. Many people have heard of vitamin D because your body produces it by being exposed to the sun. One thing people don't know, is that if you live too far north of the equator during the winter (November-March) and some parts of the day the sun isn't at the right angle to get UVB rays to you. UVB rays are what tells your body to produce the Vitamin D when it hits your bare skin. Your skin color also has an effect on the ability of your body to produce the Vitamin D it needs. The darker your skin is, the more sun exposure you need to produce the same amount of Vitamin D as your lighter skinned counterpart. 

Some Amazing Benefits of Vitamin D

  • Immune system, which helps you to fight infection
  • Muscle function
  • Cardiovascular function, for a healthy heart and circulation
  • Respiratory system –for healthy lungs and airways
  • Brain development
  • Anti-cancer effects

Vitamin D deficiency is becoming more of a problem that I see with patients. It used to be something that was a bigger problem for elderly people. This age is getting younger and younger all the time because of our tendency to stay indoors in addition to the fact that we pack on the sunscreen even before we go outside. Sunscreen blocks your ability to get the UVB rays to the skin, and therefore the vitamin d production also. There needs to be an important balance of getting the vitamin D you need and protecting your skin from overexposure. Even being outside for 20 minutes during midday your body can produce anywhere from 10,000-20,000 IU in that short time. 

Here in Northern California, we are in that group of individuals that cannot get adequate vitamin D during the winter. Than means that you must get enough vitamin d stores during the summer, so that it can last you through winter. Vitamin D deficiency can also cause SAD, or Seasonal Affective Disorder, causing depression during the winter months.

You can purchase a self test kit for $58 on, as well as more information on the importance of Vitamin D and recent medical studies on what that can mean to your health. Please contact me or another primary care provider to give you guidance on how to administer a whole food Vitamin D supplement. 

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What is Acupuncture Good For?

If you haven't had an experience with Acupuncture or Eastern Medicine you may wonder, "What is Acupuncture good for?" 

The short Answer is. . . Everything!!!! 

Let me explain. 

   As an Acupuncturist, many of my patients come to me as a last resort. They have been to medical Doctors and Specialists, they are on many prescription medications. By the time patients get to me, they have tried everything they can think of, they are chronically sick and in pain, they are exhausted and at the end of their rope. I am happy to be there for them, to try to unravel their complex case histories and improve their quality of life. I said Acupuncture is good for everything. That doesn't mean that it is a cure all. There are diseases that can't be completely reversed by Acupuncture, but it can absolutely improve conditions.  

My goal is to communicate to people out there to seek Acupuncture before your condition gets to this point. You may think, "I haven't been diagnosed with a disease, What would you treat me for?" When we say Acupuncture is a Holistic treatment, what we mean is this. Acupuncturists don't look at one symptom or condition, we look at the person, their environment, diet, emotions and how that is affecting their ability to live a life that is Optimal.  

Do you wake up in the morning with a spring in your step? 

Are you able to fully digest and assimilate your food? 

How do you respond to inevitable stress in your life? 

Are your bowel movements normal? 

Do you have to reach for coffee to get through the day? 

Are you able to fall asleep quickly and deeply? 

There are many imbalances, signs and symptoms your body will give you before it manifests in a disease. If you reach for Acupuncture first, we have the ability to optimize and balance your body before we are your last resort. It's about preventing disease, allow me to be your first resort. In California, Acupuncturists are Primary Care Providers. We are trained to identify when a disease or symptom is beyond our scope of practice, in order to send you to a Western Medical Doctor; In cases where western medicine can treat something more safely and efficiently.  

In the West, Acupuncture is seen mainly as a treatment for pain. Acupuncture is amazing for pain, but if you think that is the only thing we can treat, it is underestimating the power of this amazing Medicine.   

I've seen incredible things happen with this medicine. From improving a woman’s menstrual cycle, to healing acne, and getting rid of chronic headaches, all the way to improving limb numbness and paralysis in a stroke patient.  

Are you living your life as healthy as you want to be? If the answer is no, make an appointment with me. Your body will thank you!

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