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Helping women make peace with food and their body. I’ll teach you how to use intuitive eating, body neutrality and self-coaching with our weekly new episode.

Welcome to the Top-Rated Beyond the Food Podcast

Helping women make peace with food and their body. I’ll teach you how to use intuitive eating, body neutrality and self-coaching with our weekly new episode.

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Our Most Recent Episodes

290-Her Story: High Achieving & Type A Woman Unlearning Diet Culture with Kim

290-Her Story: High Achieving & Type A Woman Unlearning Diet Culture with Kim

High Achieving & Type A woman unlearning diet culture

High Achieving & Type A Woman Unlearning Diet Culture

Are you successful in many aspects of your life yet food and body remain a secret struggle? 

Perhaps to the world, you seem to “have it all together,” but in your mind, it’s completely different.

That was me before coming to the world of intuitive eating. That was also the space where Kim Beckman was before she joined us inside Undiet Your Life.

Kim Beckman is a high-performing, achieving professional who, after a 50 years journey with food and body restriction, has committed herself to the journey of unlearning diet culture. She joined Undiet Your Life a year ago, and in this interview, she will share with us what she has learned. She has a special message for all “type A” women!

What you’ll learn listening to this episode on high achieving & type A woman unlearning diet culture:

  • The 50 years journey searching for THE formula 
  • How perfectionism and control was in every part of her life
  • What triggered her to stop trying to fix her body
  • How learning to befriend vulnerability was a game-changer for her
  • The gift of unlearning diet culture beyond the food she has experience.
  • The role of mentor she is now taking in her profession to help other women

Mentioned on the show:

Podcast Roadmap 

Undiet Your Life

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289-Her Story: Being at Peace with Food Was Not About the Food with Kim

289-Her Story: Being at Peace with Food Was Not About the Food with Kim

Being at peace with food was not about the food

Her Story: Being at Peace with Food Was Not About the Food with Kim

Kim was a listener of the podcast for more than 6 months, and then one day, she listened to me talking about taking action instead of just listening to the podcast.

That’s when she joined us inside Undiet Your Life Course. 

She’ll share with you that when she joined Undiet Your Life, she thought, “Let me try this intuitive eating way of eating… it sounds a lot healthier than my last diet.” 

That’s almost a year ago.

What she quickly realized is the goal she had, the reality she desired wasn’t going to unfold by focusing on the food and her weight… but was going to be about deepening the relationship she had with herself.

This is another installment of Her Story where we hear a “real woman” share her journey with our listeners in Undiet Her Life. 

Today’s is Kim’s story! 

What you’ll learn listening to this episode:

  • Kim’s journey making peace with food and her body
  • The trigger that moved Kim into action
  • How undieting her life shifted her relationship with her mother
  • The correlation between her relationship to food and white supremacy

Mentioned on the show:

Podcast Roadmap 

Undiet Your Life

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288-Believing in Yourself More Than Diet Culture

288-Believing in Yourself More Than Diet Culture

Believing in Yourself

Do you believe in diet culture more than you believe in yourself?

For example, do you believe that your own level of self-confidence is an outcome of the size of your body? Or your beauty? Or the amount of wrinkles you own? 

Or maybe you appreciate that for others, it’s possible to be confident at any size, and you admire the women who do but that for you it’s impossible. 

Do you believe that for you, it’s impossible to have a peaceful relationship with sugar? Do you secretly believe that something is wrong with your body and that sugar has this unbreakable grip on you that makes it impossible to control?

Do you believe that your habits around exercise and movement are the outcome of your own lack of self-discipline? That if you weren’t so lazy, you’d go for a walk more often?

And I’ll extend this to circumstances outside of food and body… because diet culture beliefs affect your life beyond food.

Maybe you believe that your career is stalled because of your inability to be perfect enough or produce enough work to meet your boss’s standards?

Perhaps you stop yourself from applying for your dream job because your know you are not qualified enough? That other people have so much more to offer than you.

These are all diet culture beliefs.

Believing in yourself more than diet culture

Diet culture beliefs do not support your amazingness, your goodness, and your brilliance.

Diet Culture beliefs have been manufactured in order to create self-doubt in women, feeling of victimhood, distrust with self and disempowerment.

In order to believe in yourself and the possibilities that can be present for you in your life, you need to have beliefs that support this amazingness, goodness that is in you now. That’s what we are going to explore in this episode of our podcast.

What you’ll learn listening to this episode:

  • The diet culture beliefs that stop you from believing in yourself
  • The process of deepening your self-beliefs
  • Believing it’s possible for you to change
  • 10 non-diet culture beliefs that can transform your life

Mentioned on the show:

Podcast Roadmap 

Undiet Your Life

 

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287-The Not Good Enough Voices with Vanessa Preston

287-The Not Good Enough Voices with Vanessa Preston

Not Good Enough Voices

Although I consider myself a confident woman today, it hasn’t always been this way. In fact, at 46 years old, I can honestly say that I spent most of my life feeling not good enough.

Diet culture conditioning and the pursuit of the thin ideal kept me from accessing what was a fact: my innate worth. I was chasing externally what was already present internally. 

The Not Good Enough Voices 

I was confusing my thoughts with the truth. The not-good-enough voices were just that voices. Thoughts that were playing on repeat in my mind that with time became a belief. The belief that I wasn’t good enough.

What I didn’t know was that beliefs aren’t truth. Beliefs are simply long-held thoughts that feel factual.

Although I spent decades believing that feeling good enough was something to be earned, it’s only when I allowed myself to challenge this belief that I began feeling better about myself.

When I became curious about where the not-good-enough voices came from, when I began asking myself where I learned that I wasn’t good enough, that’s when the breakthrough happened.

When I authorized myself to believe that it was possible for me to be worthy as I was in my now body, without eating perfectly or meeting the thin ideal, I began feeling confident.

Curiosity & compassion were the tools that reconnected me to my innate worth and tuned out the not good enough voices.

On today’s podcast

Our guest Vanessa Preston is a Mental Health Social Worker, Psychotherapist and Nutritionist in Australia. She has provided assessments and therapy services for 14 years and specializes in treating Post-traumatic Stress Disorder and complex trauma. 

She’s also is the creator of the Body and Food Freedom Project and the host of the Body and Food Freedom Podcast where she supports women to make peace with food and their bodies. Currently, Vanessa is in full-time private practice at Green Life Psychology and Counselling.

Vanessa will help us navigate the path back to feeling good enough.

What you’ll learn listening to this episode:

  • The power in naming the feeling of not good enough
  • The intersection between diet culture and women feeling not good enough
  • Being curious is the first step in tuning the voice of not good enough
  • How to use compassion to feel good enough

Mentioned on the show:

The Roadmap to Not Good Enough Voices

Undiet Your Life

Podcast Roadmap 

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286-You didn’t fail. Diets failed you.

286-You didn’t fail. Diets failed you.

 

Dieting Failure

After every single diet failure over the span of a 25-year dieting career, these thoughts were on running on a loop in my mind

“What’s wrong me with?”

“Why is it that it works for ALL these women but not for me.” 

“If only I had more discipline and willpower, I couldn’t have kept the weight off.”

It’s estimated that by the time most women hit their 45th birthday, statistically speaking, we’ve tried 61 diets, plans, programs, detoxes, cleanses, meal plans, regimes, and eating system.  

All of it in an unending battle to shrink our body and, hopefully, change our life. 

We resort to dieting not because we want to but because we have been socialized to believe that a thinner body is the gateway to happiness.

So we hustle our way to our happiness with dieting. 

Dieting Failure 

And it works… until it doesn’t. We access a short relief from our unhappiness, feel confident only to find ourselves back to ground zero. 

We seek the next solution only to be told that it’s our fault it didn’t work in the first place… so as the Good Girl we have been taught to be, we go back to dieting.  

And for some of us, we repeat this cycle for decades. 

What if I told you that nothing had gone wrong?  That diet failure was the actual expected outcome of ANY diets

Diet Failed You. You didn’t fail at dieting. 

I know for me, when I am finally able to accept this FACT, this is when I open myself to discover what would really work for me in my chase for happiness.

And I would invite you to ask yourself the same question I had to ask myself: 

Why is it that in all other areas of my life, I was able to question the process used in order to achieve a goal and not myself?

What was different about weight loss? 

Why did I place the fault on me instead of looking rationally at the effectiveness of the dieting process?

What you’ll learn listening to this episode:

  • The Biggest Loser 8-year review
  • The conclusion of a meta-analysis of long term diet study
  • The belief system that lead us to self-blame 
  • How to liberate yourself from diet culture

Undiet Your Life 

If you want to unlearn diet culture and relearn how to believe in yourself, engage with your body with neutrality and finally relearn to eat normally, then join us inside of Undiet Your Life.

Our proprietary methodology Going Beyond The Food does just that… go beyond the food, lol!

Because food and your body are not the problem… Diet culture is the problem.

Undiet Your Life is the first program of its kind with the unique combination of mindset and life coaching with along with intuitive eating and body neutrality that help you unpack these social constructs in your own life and carefully select new beliefs that will serve you and create confidence, peace and happiness.

If this calls your name… you want to do your work with us – join us 

Mentioned on the show:

Undiet Your Life

Podcast Roadmap 

Article reviewing all studies stated on the podcast

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285-Sexual Violence & Intuitive Eating with Sarah Berneche

285-Sexual Violence & Intuitive Eating with Sarah Berneche

Sexual Violence & Intuitive Eating

About 4 years ago, I came across an analysis of 57,000 women and found that those who had experienced physical or sexual abuse as children were twice as likely to behave compensatory behaviour with food. These women said that they felt more physically imposing when they were bigger. They felt their size helped ward off sexual advances from men.

That’s how food and trauma are often linked. It’s not only in the context of sexual violence but also in various forms of trauma where food is often used as safety, comfort, avoidance of pain, numbing of suffering, buffering, etc.

And then body-shaming gets layered in this already very difficult emotional situation. In fact, I believe and experience that fatphobia, from an external source or internalized, is trauma itself.

Sexual violence And Intuitive Eating

This is when many people will begin the cycle of binge-restrict. Overeating food in an attempt to create safety, then feeling the shame of fatphobia, then use food once again but this time in a restrictive way with the hope to shrink their body. If this is you, I feel you, sister, because I was there for 25 years.

Here’s where it gets interesting… we can actually find our way out of the trauma response cycle by using food. I know it may appear counterintuitive, but it works. The process of learning an intuitive eating framework helps women nurture safety with food and their body. It’s a beautiful healing process to be watched unfold.

In today’s new Going Beyond The Food Podcast, I have a powerful teaching conversation with Sarah Berneche, a trauma-informed nutritionist. She uses intuitive eating to help survivors of sexual violence stop diet-binge cycling and reclaim the joy of eating.

Sarah Berneche is a somatic-oriented, weight-inclusive Nutritionist®, a Certified Intuitive Eating Counsellor and author of Enjoy It All: Improve Your Health and Happiness with Intuitive Eating. Fusing Intuitive Eating with evidence-based therapy models, she helps survivors of sexual violence stop diet-binge cycling and reclaim the joy of eating.

What you’ll learn listening to this episode: 

  • The connection between sexual violence and disordered eating
  • Self-objectification and dieting
  • Food and body as symbolic communicators
  • How dieting reinforces rape culture
  • A trauma-informed approach to working with sexual trauma survivors

I believe that any woman should listen to this episode as it will help you help other women, if not today, in the future.

Knowledge is power sister.

Mentioned on the show:

Podcast Roadmap 

Undiet Your Life

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284-Diet Brain

284-Diet Brain

Diet Brain

What you’ll learn listening to this episode, Diet Brain: 

  • What is Diet Brain? 
  • The 4 mindf*cks of diet brain 
  • How to liberate yourself of diet brain

What is Diet Brain?

It’s a term that I created a few years back after my own 25 years career and having worked with hundreds of women that have a similar journey as me. We all try to solve our lack of confidence, perfectionist habits, people-pleasing behaviours, and all-or-nothing mindset with band-aids like weight loss.

Diet Brain is a term I coined to illustrate how diet culture has impacted women’s brains over time. It’s the most common adaptive mechanism present in women who have been dieting for a long time.

Diet Brain is a collection of a pattern of thinking that our human brain of women has created to survive diet culture, fatphobia and ultimately Patriarchy.

The 4 mindf*cks of Diet Brain

What I refer to as mindf*ck is actually scientifically known as thought errors in psychology. The error in thinking is the path in which our human brain adapts to diet culture. They are:

1. Perfectionism
2. All or nothing
3. People pleasing
4. Mental filtering or Body Blaming

Here’s the good news sister…. you weren’t born this way. You adopted these thinking patterns to survive. More on this later… stay tuned!

Why is mindset centric to our teaching at Undiet Your Life?

Simply because our brain is the commanding officer of our human experience. Our brain command all of our behaviours, patterns, actions, reactions, habits and emotion.

For example, our ability to feed ourselves is driven by our brain. Our brain decides our dislike of our self-reflection. Our self-confidence is 100% created by our brain.

This is why mindset matter so much. There’s a reason why dieting didn’t work…. and surprise, it has nothing to do with you.

The food restriction, the attempt to shrink our Body to feel better, the attempt to have more willpower, all of it was like putting a band-aid on an infected wound without treating it with disinfectant first.

The mindset’s work is about getting to the root of what is causing all of the sufferings… our thought

The #1 goal of our human brain is to keep us alive

Our brain keeps us alive by interpreting our environment, assessing potential threats and send commands to the rest of your body. The way our brain sends commands is through our thoughts.

As we encounter events, our brain gives events interpretations based on past experiences, social constructs, learning, beliefs… via our thoughts. Our brain assesses our experiences as either safe or unsafe and creates a thought and consequently reactions to keep us safe or course correct if unsafe.

You see, humans do not do anything for no reason

Everything you do is done to keep you alive as long as possible. Binging, overeating, self-critical thinking, self-body hatred, disinterest in body movement… all of it are present in your life because your brain believes that these habits, actions will keep you safe.

For many of us, the big threat in diet culture is all the connected beliefs associated with it. Like thinner is better, fat is unhealthy, thin body is the gateway to happiness, some food is bad, fat people are lazy, fat people lack self-discipline…. I mean, I could go on and on for pages, but I’ll stop here.

Diet Culture itself is a system of oppression

Diet culture doesn’t mean being on a diet; it by far exceeds this. It’s an entire value system that worships thinness and equates to superiority, moral virtue and even today’s world “health.” It promotes weight loss as the tool to achieve this higher status and oppressed people who don’t match the standards.

So, of course, our brain believes that not being in a thin body is a threat to our survival and responds to it to keep us safe.

There’s also another system of oppression that contributes to women feeling unsafe in our society: Patriarchy.
Patriarchy, the social system in which men hold primary power. Patriarchy is consistently seeking control and power for the white cis-gendered men over another gender. Diet Culture is a sub-belief system originating from Patriarchy specially crafted to keep women obedient.

Socialization to diet culture

Women socialized to diet culture and patriarchal beliefs at a very young age. Our women’s brains are programmed to perform and keep us safe under these beliefs.

As a result, we chase the thin ideal unconsciously for most of our life. We become a perfectionist to achieve all the standards Patriarchy expects from us. The belief that you will be rejected from society because of your body’s size keeps you dieting and hating yourself.

Right now, most of your choices about health, food or your body are simply reactions formulated by your brain to keep you safe.

Another way to think of it is that most of our health, food, or body choices are fear-based choices.

The solution: Undieting Diet Brain

Earlier, I stated that we weren’t born this way… we weren’t born with a diet brain. Our brain simply adapted to our environment to survive.

This means that we can reverse our Diet Brain. We can unprogrammed our diet brain from the false beliefs of diet culture, fatphobia and Patriarchy.

Here’s the first step: making choices about our health, food and body from a place of love instead of fear. That’s one of the most simple and effective ways I have experienced with my clients to begin the journey of making more choices for ourselves from a place of love instead of fear.

That’s the starting point to Undiet Diet Brain.

That what we teach women to do, step by step in our Undiet Your Life Course. The ultimate goal of our coaching program is to Liberate ourselves from Diet Culture, Patriarchy and ultimately, our own self-critical thoughts.

Mentioned on the show:

Podcast Roadmap 

Undiet Your Life

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PRO Series: Non-Diet Practitioners Success Stories Vol. 2-S3 EP7

PRO Series: Non-Diet Practitioners Success Stories Vol. 2-S3 EP7


Non-Diet Practitioners Success Stories

Non-Diet Practitioners Success Stories Vol. 2

We have recorded a video for you.

We chatted about their personal and business wins over the last five months, the role of self-coaching in their business success, and how they coach their clients using self-coaching, etc.

Lisa shared how she went from charging $50/month from her client to $500 while Ardelle shared that she got her passion for her work back. Pavlina shared how she got over her anxiety, Jolyn shared how she managed a full-time mother role and now her role as CEO, and Sabrina shared how her marketing approach was completely overhauled.

Non-Diet Practitioners Success Stories Vol. 2

Here’s the deal.

We are dedicated to making choices from a place of love instead of fear.

Diet Culture is rooted in fear.

The Non-Diet Movement is rooted in love.

We choose to teach from love. We coach from a place of love.

We market our business from love. We empower.

What happens when you actively rewire your mind to see love instead of fear?

Possibilities. Growth. Success.

The Non-Diet Mentorship doesn’t magically create success for our students: they do. They make their success because they do the work with their mindset.

They have lived a diet culture. They have lived in fear.

Now they make the active choice to say: Hell no to fear.

That’s why they are successful. 

What you’ll learn listening to this episode: 

  • Personal and business wins over the last five months
  • The role of self-coaching in their business success
  • How they coach their clients using self-coaching
  • Lisa shared how she went from charging $50 / month to her client to $500
  • Ardelle shared that she got her passion for her work back
  • Pavlina shared how she got over her anxiety
  • Jolyn shared how she managed a full-time mother role and now her role as CEO
  • Sabrina shared how her marketing approach was completely overhauled

Mentioned on the show:

Listen to Volume 1 Non-Diet Mentorship Success Stories  

Non- Diet Mentorship Program Details

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PRO Series: Are You Ready to Help Clients in a Non-Diet Approach?-S3 EP6

PRO Series: Are You Ready to Help Clients in a Non-Diet Approach?-S3 EP6

Are you ready to help clients in a non-diet approach?

One of the most profound questions I get on consultation is this one: 

How do I know if I’m ready to help clients in a Non-Diet Approach? 

First off, You’ll never feel totally ready. Waiting for this moment where you will feel ready to go out into the world and launch your program, I’m sorry to say, but you’ll likely wait forever.

Why is it that we never really feel ready? 

One answer: The Human Brain.  

This question is one of the main reasons why I created a mentorship program and NOT a certification. I wanted to help health professionals feel ready and actually help people. 

I wanted to help practitioners get their human brains on board with their amazing talents and potential so they could create an amazing business that will serve hundreds and thousands of people! 

What you’ll learn listening to this episode, Are you ready to help clients in a Non-Diet Approach?:

  • How to determine if you are ready to help people in a non-diet approach 
  • Why getting another certification is not the solution to feeling ready 
  • 8 tips to get your human brain on board to feel ready 

Mentioned on the show:

Non- Diet Mentorship Program Details

Get Started Forms

PRO Series – Free Training & resources

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PRO Series: The Non-Diet Approach is for All Health Professions-S3 EP5

PRO Series: The Non-Diet Approach is for All Health Professions-S3 EP5

The Non-Diet Approach is for All Health Profession

I recorded this on Sunday, May 16th, 2021. Enrollment to the waitlist for the next cohort of the Non-Diet Mentorship Program is officially closed. I’m so excited because we have folks joining us from all professional background:

Nutritionist

Health Coach

Social Worker 

Psychologist

Registered Nurse 

Fitness Professional 

The Non-Diet Approach is for All Health Professions  

The Non-Diet Approach is for all health professions for one simple reason: Diet Culture is present everywhere and in everyone.

We as humans socialize in diet culture with our personal life while we practice health professions entrenched in diet culture.

In some way, we are twice as much impacted by diet culture as our clients and patients. We got it as individuals and then went to school to learn a profession based on diet culture thriving. 

What you’ll learn listening to this episode: 

  • Health professionals are indoctrinated in diet culture twice as much as a regular individual
  • What is weight stigma
  • How weight stigma shows up in all health profession 
  • What does the non-diet approach look like in various health profession
  • Therapist, social worker, nursing, medical doctor, naturopathic doctor, yoga teacher, personal training, nutritionist, dietician, health coach, etc.

Mentioned on the show:

Non- Diet Mentorship Program Details

Get Started Forms

Social Determinant of Health 

PRO Series – Free Training & resources

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PRO Series: Is It Time to Go Full Time with Kelsey Murphy-S3 EP4

PRO Series: Is It Time to Go Full Time with Kelsey Murphy-S3 EP4

Is it Time to go Full Tme

When is it time to go full-time in your non-diet practice?

This could mean starting a new business.

Or

This could mean transitioning your practice to a non-diet approach.

This question is a frequent one and a good one. On the podcast today, I discuss this question with my guest Kelsey Murphy. 

Kelsey Murphy is a Business & Life Coach working with Fortune 500 companies like Facebook & Twitter and industry thought leaders like Marie Forleo and her B-Schoolers.

As a primer to this discussion, I share my journey going full-time in 2 businesses over the last ten years.

What you’ll learn listening to this episode, Is it time to go full time in non-diet practice: 

  • My journey going full-time in my business
  • How to know it’s time to go full time for you 
  • Should you start your own biz or work for someone else instead 
  • You are one decision away from a completely different life
  • The grind… The hustle… What does it mean? 

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Website 

Whiskey & Work Podcast (iTunes)  

Facebook  

Instagram  

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Register Webinar May 20th – THE 7 STEPS BLUEPRINT TO BUILD A PROFITABLE NON-DIET BUSINESS & ATTRACT CLIENT READY TO DO THE WORK 

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PRO Series: Non-Diet Approach to Health and Nutrition-S3 EP3

PRO Series: Non-Diet Approach to Health and Nutrition-S3 EP3

Non- Diet Approach to Health and Nutrition

Today we will answer two major questions I get when I teach health professionals about the non-diet approach. 

Usually, these questions come right on the tail end of the first time being introduced to the Non-Diet Approach. 

What are those questions that almost all health professionals have at their first encounter with the non-Diet approach? 

But, what about health? 

And  

What about nutrition? 

These two questions reveal how entrenched diet and wellness culture along with weight stigma in our education as a health professional.

It is very important to note that we, as health professionals, were blind to this. We were taught to teach our patient and client how to co-opt diet culture and fatphobia.

We have been trained and learned to believe that health can only result from dieting, thinness and restriction. 

So when faced with an approach to health that doesn’t promote diet culture, dieting, weight loss or food restriction, we assume it’s not “healthy”… 

Non-Diet Approach to Health and Nutrition

In today’s episode, we will be helping you navigate these two questions when encountering the non-diet approach for the first time. 

But what about health? 

But what about nutrition? 

What you’ll learn listening to this episode of Non-Diet Approach to Health and Nutrition:

  • How to define health within a non-diet approach 
  • The danger of viewing health as personal responsibility 
  • Healthism 
  • The social determinants of health 
  • How to view nutrition within a non-diet approach  
  • Gentle Nutrition

Mentioned in the show:

Webinar – How to teach nutrition without co-opting Diet Culture 

Non-Diet Mentorship Program  Details 

Free Intake Forms

Social Determinant of Health

PRO Series – Free Training & resources

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