Be Healthy, Be Happy – Rachel Pauls Foods

If you haven’t heard of “FODMAPs” you probably will soon. Based on numbers alone, low-
FODMAP foods may eclipse the multi-billion- dollar “gluten-free” category.
FODMAPs are carbohydrates that can be harder to digest for some individuals with so-called functional gastrointestinal disorders. FODMAPs stands for Fermentable, Oligosaccharides, Disaccharides, Monosaccharides and Polyols. FODMAPs are all poorly-digested short-chain carbohydrates that are present in a wide variety of foods, including wheat, onions, garlic, legumes, milk, honey, apples, dried fruit, some sugar substitutes and added fibers.

For those with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), foods containing these poorly-digested short- chain carbohydrates (FODMAPs) may cause stomach aches, abdominal distension, gas, bloating, diarrhea and/or constipation. According the American College of Gastroenterology, IBS is one of the most common GI disorders, accounting for 40 percent of all appointments with gastroenterologists.

Some studies show that up to 75 percent of those who have IBS-like symptoms can benefit
from following a low-FODMAP diet. A low-FODMAP diet is so effective at managing IBS that it is often recommended by gastroenterologists in lieu of costly prescription medications that come with side effects.

The number of people with IBS — around 45 million in the U.S. alone— is about 15 times
greater than the estimated three million who have Celiac Disease, which requires avoidance of gluten to manage symptoms. Over the past decade, gluten-free food sales have skyrocketed – from just under one billion dollars in 2006, to a projected seven billion dollars by 2020.

Since a low-FODMAP diet is often the recommended first line of treatment for IBS, the low- FODMAP category is well poised to become even larger than the gluten-free market. While the low-FODMAP foods category has just emerged in the past few years, there are many national brands available, including Rachel Pauls Foods, with many more expected to enter the market in the near future.

There are several healthy habits you can establish to help treat your IBS symptoms. According to Rachel Pauls, M.D., founder of Rachel Pauls Low-FODMAP Food, a more holistic approach that includes lifestyle changes, behavior modification, stress reduction and natural therapies often provides the most long-lasting benefits for those with IBS.

Dr. Pauls recommends talking to your doctor about these seven healthy strategies to see if they are right for you:

  • If your doctor recommends the low-FODMAP diet, then this would likely involve
    eliminating foods that are high-FODMAP and see if your conditions improve. If so, you would then likely start adding back specific foods based on the type of FODMAP they contain, such as fermented foods or those high in fructose. This handy FODMAP food guide will help you plan GI-friendly meals and snacks.
  • Eat at regular times. Try to eat a “normalized” meal pattern, which means three meals and two snacks daily at about the same time each day.
  • Exercise regularly. Exercise helps improve mood and decrease anxiety and stress, bothof which can trigger IBS symptoms.
  • Perfect your portions. Following a low-FODMAP lifestyle is always in context of portion sizes. For foods with FODMAPs, stick to the recommended portion sizes to keep your overall daily FODMAPs to recommended levels.
  • Keep tabs on your total daily FODMAPs. FODMAPs need to be limited throughout the
    entire day, not meal by meal. If you experience a bellyache after dinner, it may be
    related to your lunch or afternoon snack, not what you ate at dinner.
  • Try some peppermint. Peppermint is a natural way to relax the muscles in your GI tract. Ask your medical advisor about the best way to incorporate peppermint to help manage your symptoms.
  • Consider a daily probiotic. Probiotics are "good" bacteria that normally live in your GI tract; some studies suggest that probiotics may help relieve IBS symptoms.

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Here’s a new take on cocktails for spring, summer and beyond. If you’re like the millions of Americans who insist on a “clean” and healthy diet, you’ll want your refreshment to be simple, organic, and free of ingredients you can’t pronounce. But if you’d like to kick the pleasure up another a notch or two, Beetology has the answer.

Introducing Beetology cocktails and mocktails, starring the latest trend in superfoods: the sweet, wholesome, and insanely delicious beet. For a mind-blowing new way to toast spring, summer or any occasion, just start with Beetology’s 100% natural craft beverage blends.

Beetology harvests and cold-presses the best-tasting organic beets from around the world, blends them with just a handful of good-for-you products like fruit, veggies, and ginger, and sends them straight to the grocer’s refrigerator in convenient, grab-and-go bottles.

Here are some fun ways to enjoy each of Beetology’s 5 different hand-crafted blends. (Recipes follow.) Be sure to have plenty of ice on hand for maximum refreshment.

  • Beet + Lemon + Ginger = Beetology Zinger
  • Beet + Veggie = Beety Bloody Mary
  • Beet + Tropical Fruit = Tropical Beet-a-Colada
  • Beet + Berry = Berry Beet-a-Rita
  • Beet + Cherry = Bourbon Beet-It

For mocktails, just leave out the alcohol and add a spritz of seltzer or mix with your favorite non-alcoholic sparkling cider. But don’t stop there – the combination of concoctions is limited only by the mixologist’s imagination. It’s your party, create your cooler as you like!

Beetology coolers are so crisp and satisfying, you might forget they’re good for you. Beets are bursting with essential nutrients that have been linked to improved blood pressure, energy levels, liver function, eye health, younger-looking skin, and even brain function. Best of all, you can feel good about serving Beetology. Every variety is 100% non-GMO, U.S.D.A. Certified Organic, and Certified Fair Trade. They are non-soy, non-dairy, and certified OU kosher, with no preservatives, additives, artificial colors, or flavors.

Beetology is produced by Kayco, one of the largest manufacturers and distributors of kosher food products. “Beets are the new pomegranate,” said Charles Herzog, Chief Beetologist and VP of New Business Development at Kayco. “Chefs, foodies, health-conscious folks, and even athletes have been tapping into the versatile beet in creative new ways. We can’t wait to see the exciting new coolers our consumers come up with Beetology as their inspiration.”

Distributed exclusively by New Jersey-based Kayco, Beetology is available in the refrigerator section at health food, specialty, grocery, and kosher food marketsFollow Beetology on FB and Twitter @mybeetology. For additional information about all Kayco products visit

The sky’s the limit with Beetology. Try these refreshing cocktails at your next party, holiday meal, or get-together.

Beetology Zinger

3 oz. Beetology Beet + Lemon + Ginger

1.5 oz. Gin

Candied ginger and lemon peel garnish


Fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add Beetology and gin.

Shake until chilled, strain and garnish with a lemon peel and candied ginger.

Bourbon Beet-It

3 oz. Beetology Beet+Cherry

1.5 oz. Bourbon

1 dash bitters

Spiced Cocktail Cherry (recipe below) or your favorite store bought maraschino cherries

Fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add Beetology and bourbon.  Shake until chilled, strain and garnish with a cocktail cherry.

Cocktail Cherry Recipe

½ cup sugar

½ cup Beetology Beet + Cherry

1 stick cinnamon

¼ tsp. ground nutmeg

Pinch of salt

1 cup Bourbon

1 pound stemmed and pitted cherries


In medium saucepan, combine sugar, Beetology, cinnamon, nutmeg, and salt. Bring to a low simmer, stirring until sugar is fully dissolved. Remove from heat and add bourbon, and stir to combine.  Add cherries and stir until coated with syrup.  Let cool to room temperature and then refrigerate before serving.


3 oz. Beetology Beet + Berry

2 oz. Silver Tequila

½ oz. lime juice


Fill a cocktail shaker halfway with ice. Add Beetology, lime juice and tequila.  Shake vigorously for about 20 seconds, and serve in a glass with or without salt.

Beety Bloody Mary

4 oz. Beetology Beet + Veggie

1/2 tsp. grated horseradish

2 dashes Worcestershire sauce

1 dash hot sauce (more if you want it extra spicy!)

2 oz. Vodka

Celery stalks for garnish


In a tall glass, add Beetology, horseradish, Worcestershire sauce and hot sauce, stir to combine.  Add ice to fill the glass, vodka and stir.  Garnish with celery stalk.

Tropical Beet-a-colada

4 oz. Beetology Beet + Tropical Fruit

2 oz. coconut cream

2 oz. dark rum

2 oz. coconut rum

1½ cups ice

Pineapple slice for garnish


Put the ice, Beetology, coconut cream and rums into a blender. Blend until smooth and frosty. Pour the drink into 2 glasses and garnish with pineapple slices. Makes 2 drinks.



NY Premieres from Paris Opera & Ballet: “Samson et Dalila” and “Millepied/Robbins/Balanchine” at FIAF

This spring, the French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF), New York’s premiere French cultural center, and the American Friends of the Paris Opera & Ballet are thrilled to announce a new series presenting HD screenings of opera and ballet performances from the Paris Opera & Ballet for the first time in New York City.

New Yorkers will have a rare opportunity to experience the company’s outstanding productions, filmed live in HD. The program launches with two acclaimed recent performances from the Paris Opera & Ballet repertoire: Millepied/Robbins/Balanchine on Sunday, May 20, and Samson et Dalila on Sunday, June 24, both at 1pm in FIAF’s Florence Gould Hall.

Millepied/Robbins/Balanchine by the renowned Paris Opera Ballet features beloved works by two of the 20th century’s great American choreographers and the premiere of a new creation by Benjamin Millepied with music by composer Nico Muhly.

Samson et Dalila, Camille Saint-Saëns’ lushly romantic re-telling of the biblical tale, will be presented in a new production conducted by lauded Paris Opera music director Philippe Jordan and staged by Damiano Michieletto.


Sunday, May 20 at 1pm

Introduced by Susan Gluck Pappajohn, Balanchine Trust

“Fireworks! Sets packed with energy and magnificent duos!”—Le Figaro

“Paris Opera Shows off Its Brilliance! … A dazzling display of formal craft!”—The New York Times 

“Benjamin Millepied shines in the footsteps of his masters…”—Le Monde

Benjamin Millepied pays tribute to George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins, two extraordinary choreographers, both of Russian origin, who helped to redefine dance in Europe and the US in the 20th century.

In time to celebrate the Jerome Robbins centennial this year, the HD screening will feature the Paris Opera Ballet’s introduction of Robbins beloved 1979 Opus19/The Dreamer to its repertoire, which will be paired with the company’s revival of George Balanchine’s Theme and Variations to music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.

The centerpiece of the program is the premiere of Benjamin Millepied’s acclaimed new ballet, Clear, Loud, Bright, Forward, featuring new music by composer Nico Muhly, which was created during Millepied’s tenure as director of dance at the Paris Opera.

Screening will be introduced by Susan Gluck Pappajohn, a former soloist and principal ballerina with the New York City Ballet and a current trustee of the Balanchine Trust.

Clear, Loud, Bright, Forward

Music: Nico Muhly

Choreography: Benjamin Millepied

Scenography: United Visual Artists

Lighting design: Lucy Carter

Opus 19/The Dreamer

Music:Sergei Prokofiev

(Concerto for violin n°1 in D major)

Choreography: Jerome Robbins

Violon: Frédéric Laroque

Theme and Variations

Music: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

Choreography: George Balanchine

Étoiles, Premiers Danseurs and Corps de Ballet

Conductor: Maxime Pascal

Paris Opera Orchestra

Film director: Vincent Bataillon

140 minutes, with intermission

Cinéma Distribution: FRA Cinéma

Complimentary herbal tea and madeleines will be available during intermission, courtesy of Kusmi Tea and St Michel.

Camille Saint-Saëns: Samson et Dalila

Sunday, June 24 at 1pm

“From the marvelous opening of solo winds scattered across the night, one realizes that Philippe Jordan has set the bar high…masterful direction that brilliantly revives the flesh and breath of this too often forgotten music.” Le Monde

Based on the biblical tale of Samson and Delilah from the Book of Judges in the Old Testament, the opera is one of the most popular and often performed in the French repertoire. The seductress Dalila is one of the great opera roles for a mezzo-soprano and includes the well-known arias “Printemps qui commence” (“Spring begins”) and “Mon cœur s’ouvre à ta voix” (“My heart opens to your voice”).

The new, 2016 production of Samson et Dalila, staged by Damiano Michieletto, returned the work to the Paris Opera after a 25-year absence. Anita Rachvelishvili, “an exceptional mezzo-soprano of seamless quality” (Opera News) plays the femme fatale and murderous priestess, and Aleksandrs Antonenko, “who tore into Samson’s music with a genuine heroic tenor” (Opera News) is the conflicted, tragic hero.

Samson et Dalila

Opera in three acts and four scenes (1877)

Music by Camille Saint-Saëns

Libretto by Ferdinand Lemaire

Conductor: Philippe Jordan

Director: Damiano Michieletto

Set designs: Paolo Fantin

Costume designs: Carla Teti

Lighting design: Alessandro Carletti

Chorus master: José Luis Basso

Paris Opera Orchestra and Chorus

Dalila, Anita Rachvelishvili

Samson, Aleksandrs Antonenko

The High Priest of Dagon, Egils Silins

Abimélech, Nicolas Testé

An Old Hebrew, Nicolas Cavallier

Philistine Messenger, John Bernard

First Philistine, Luca Sannaï

Second Philistine, Jian-Hong Zhao

Screening in French with English subtitles.

Film Director: François-René Martin

Cinéma Distribution: FRA Cinéma

In French with English subtitles

205 minutes with two intermissions

Complimentary herbal tea and madeleines will be available during intermission, courtesy of Kusmi Tea and St Michel.

About American Friends of the Paris Opera & Ballet

The purpose of the American Friends of the Paris Opera & Ballet is to share the many treasures of the Paris Opera directly with the American public and to foster artistic cooperation between the Opera National de Paris and the creative community in the United States.

Based in New York, the organization was incorporated in 1984 in response to a request by Rudolf Nureyev, then the Director of the Paris Opera Ballet, to tour the company in the United States. Recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a tax-exempt foundation in 1985, the group has helped underwrite numerous U.S. tours of the Paris Opera, Paris Opera Ballet and Paris Opera Ballet School, traveling exhibitions from the Paris Opera Museum and appearances of guest artists from the Paris Opera Ballet, as well as many productions at the Paris Opera that prominently feature the participation of American artists, such as Jerome Robbins, Trisha Brown, William Christie, Peter Sellars and Robert

About the Paris Opera & Ballet

Recently announcing what The New York Times called a “boldly ambitious 2018–2019 season,” the Paris Opera & Ballet is a world cultural treasure with a rich history that underpins an innovative, vital present. The Paris Opera traces its beginnings to King Louis XIV of France, who established a formal academy of music and dance at court in 1669. Over the centuries, the company has undergone many transformations as a public institution. Today the 430-member company of musicians and dancers, led by general director Stéphane Lissner, ballet director Aurelie Dupont, and music director Philippe Jordan, collaborates with acclaimed directors, choreographers, and singers, and enjoys a position as one of the leading opera and ballet institutions in the world.  In 2019, it will celebrate its 350th anniversary, and the 30th anniversary of the opening of the larger of its two theaters, the Opéra Bastille.


The French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF) is New York’s premiere French cultural and language center. FIAF’s mission is to create and offer New Yorkers innovative and unique programs in education and the arts that explore the evolving diversity and richness of French cultures. FIAF seeks to generate new ideas and promote cross cultural dialogue through partnerships and new platforms of expression.


Tea courtesy of Kusmi Tea. Madeleines courtesy of St Michel.

Program Sponsors: Air France and Delta Air Lines, Cordier Enjoy la Vie, Engie, French American Cultural Exchange (FACE), Florence Gould Foundation, Howard Gilman Foundation, Jacadi, JCDecaux, NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, NY State Council on the Arts, and Office de Tourisme de Boulogne-Billancourt.


NEW Rick Ross Grooming Collection – WEED, CHAMPAGNE, CAVIAR, and HUSTLE – OH MY!

Well-known for his hustle, Grammy-nominated Rick Ross has spent a decade+ at the top of the rap game. He’s also gained as much – if not more –  notoriety as one of the industry’s top style icons…with the best beard in the game. So, when it came to his next business project, creating a collection of grooming products with as much swag as Rozay was his only logical next step.

LAUNCHING IN LIMINTED QUANTITIES THIS MAY: The nine-piece RICH by RICK ROSS line, which will consist of a Luxury Beard Oil, Shampoo, Conditioner, Hair & Body Wash, Styling Gel, Shaving Cream, Aftershave Balm, Classic Pomade and Strong Styling Wax, will all retail for $12.99 to $15.99, so every guy can afford a taste of the #BossUp lifestyle. *National rollout will begin July 2018, including at select Sally Beauty Supply Stores and

Every product in the RICH by Rick Ross collection is sulfate and paraben free and contains The Boss Experience, a triple-threat elixir composed of luxurious, yet powerful ingredients:

  • Champagne Extract – Contains antiaging antioxidants and a small amount of proteins that help to remove impurities, repair and rejuvenate damaged hair and reduce hair loss.
  • Caviar Extract – Fortify, moisturize and provide antiaging and UV-protectant benefits to hair and skin instead, thanks to an overload of amino acids, vitamins (D, A, E, B12), minerals (sodium, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium and calcium), omegas (3 and 6) and essential fatty acids.
  • Hemp Seed Oil – This ultra-moisturizing and emollient oil helps to calm, soothe, plump and hydrate tired, dry skin & hair, while also balancing oil levels and providing antiaging benefits.


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Instructions: Apply a couple of drops into damp or dry beard. Reapply a small amount to dry beard for extra gloss.


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The Boss shaving cream takes your game to the next level. Expect the smoothest shave ever. Period. For all skin and hair types.

Instructions: Apply desired amount, lather, shave, rinse.


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Instructions: Apply small amount to a freshly shaven face and neck. Avoid eye area. Now go hustle hard.


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The Boss of shampoos cleans, softens and moisturizes all hair types with the richest formula in the game.

Instructions: Massage through wet hair. Rinse. Feel blessed.


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Get back what’s yours. This conditioner makes your hair #richforever.

Instructions: After shampooing, massage through wet hair. Rinse. Breathe.


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The most touchable pomade from the boss of The Untouchable Empire. Frizz control and all that.

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*Luxury Shaving Cream and Aftershave also include the addition of Kona Coffee – one of the best and strongest antioxidants that also helps improve skin’s appearance and hydrates.

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I always get asked what I use to keep my beard so fly and real bosses help other bosses stay blessed so, I knew I needed to bring the people what they wanted! From the shower to styling, the RICH by Rick Ross collection has something for every guy out there, and at a price that won’t knock your hustle. I promise you, with RICH by Rick Ross, your style will be “untouchable”.
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Hi Beautiful! Make Your Travel Easier

Keep your cosmetics organized with The LaynGo® Cosmo, a patented cosmetic bag that allows you to see all of your essentials at once, and clean up in seconds. No more digging and dumping in a traditional black hole make up bag.

The raised lip keeps make up and brushes from rolling off the counter. The Cosmo is machine washable and wipeable!  Home or away!  Do your daily make up routine at the gym, or in your office, on a clean dry surface. Pull the drawstring cord and the Cosmo cinches completely closed to stow or travel. Pack the Cosmo in your suitcase, tuck it in your overnight bag. The Cosmo conveniently fits anywhere! Lay-n-Go COSMO is a smart and easy 4-in-1 solution, clean surface, quick cleanup, carryall, and storage.

  • Raised lip keeps makeup and brushes from rolling off the counter
  • Machine Washable. Broken eye shadow? Spilled foundation? No problem!
  • Home or away! Do your daily makeup routine on a clean dry surface
  • Zippered storage pocket, and a convenient handle
  • Available in different sizes and colors.

About LaynGo


Innovative organizational solutions for life, play, and travel.


The company started with a simple idea…”There has to be a better way to do this.”

Lay-n-Go was originally developed to tame large toy collections with small pieces.

Amy & Adam Fazackerley discovered that there simply was no solution on the market that allowed their three children to play for hours and cleanup in seconds. As Adam kept buying more LEGO® sets, Amy looked everywhere for a smarter organizational solution. She wanted something that made cleanup easy, contained the small pieces, could be used on the go, and was machine washable. There was no solution on the market that did all of these things, so they spent the next year designing, testing, re-engineering and producing what would become Lay-n-Go’s first product (the 60″ play mat).

The immediate success of this product turned a family dinner (at the restaurant where Adam & Amy met 10 years before) into a design session. With their three young boys at the table, they used the back side of their paper place mat to sketch out a smaller, personal solution.

The Lay-n-Go LITE (18″) was on the market less than five months later and was the perfect complement to the larger bag. The expanded product line created a rush of TV coverage, press, sales, and imaginative ideas of how else this product could be used.

After receiving the first shipment of LITEs, the expanding Lay-n-Go team started using this new personal size as their cosmetic and toiletry bags. The next product seemed obvious and the design of the COSMO began immediately.

Since developing their original product, Lay-n-Go has released the COSMO collection, the men’s TRAVELER, the LIFESTYLE & CINCH backpacks, and the tech accessory WIRED solution. These expanding product lines reinforced Lay-n-Go’s commitment to developing innovative organizational solutions for the entire family.

On July 21, 2015, the Fazackerleys were awarded a utility patent from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for their invention (U.S. Patent No. 9,084,459).


Lay-n-Go will continue to solve cleanup and organizational challenges in daily routines to improve peoples’ lives. Their commitment to quality, style, durability, and innovative functionality will always be a priority for Lay-n-Go and their promise to the customers.


Lifeway – Making Kefir Since 1986

Since 1986, Lifeway has been leading the industry by producing the best tasting, most innovative probiotic products on the market. From kefir to skyr, probiotic pills to no-spill pouches for kids, Lifeway is dedicated to making the world a healthier place, one person at a time.

Lifeway Foods has a new non-dairy, all-organic probiotic sparkling beverage: Elixir. Available in four on-trend flavors: tangerine, hibiscus, elderberry, ginger. Lifeway Elixir is perfect as a grab-and-go soda alternative for consumers seeking lower-sugar refreshment, a probiotic option for those who don’t do dairy, or a healthy cocktail mixer.

Organic Plantiful is a plant-based drink that is 100% dairy-free, gluten-free, and soy-free! It’s a naturally delicious blend made with organic and non-GMO ingredients. With creative flavors and 10 vegan probiotic cultures, Plantiful leaves your gut nourished and loved!

Skyr is an ancient superfood that has been a staple in Icelandic cuisine for centuries and ours continues the tradition with 14 probiotic cultures and 18g of protein per cup. Lifeway Skyr is made with whole milk, which gives it an indulgent flavor, creamy texture, and those coveted healthy fats.

“In addition to a growing appetite for healthier foods, people are paying closer attention to how their purchases impact the environment,” said Julie Smolyansky, President and CEO of Lifeway Foods. “Lifeway has always been committed to green business practices and environmental sustainability, so we felt that choosing a greener packaging alternative was the natural next step. We want customers to recognize that everything, from the ingredients we use to the packaging of our kefir, is good for our customers and the environment.”

Lifeway’s bottles are all 100% recyclable and BPA-free, and the company uses biodegradable plastics when possible, including cups, spoons, straws and napkins that are made from 100% recycled, unbleached paper. The company frequently reviews its sustainability efforts with a goal of minimizing its environmental impact and purchases renewable energy credits to offset electricity used in production.

Non Fat Kefir


Organic BioKefir

Farmer Cheese Cup

ProBugs Frozen

Frozen Kefir Pints

Find out more about Lifeway’s healthful and delicious kefir products at You can also find Lifeway’s products at Albertson’s, Costco, Hannaford, Harris Teeter, Ralph’s Jewel-Osco, Kroger, Mariano’s, Safeway, Shaw’s, ShopRite Sprouts, Stop and Shop, Target, The Fresh Market, Walmart Wegmans, Whole Foods, and more…

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