OptimizeMe Nutrition

The Consistency Project

The Consistency Project podcast simplifies nutrition, health, and fitness by breaking down the concepts and actions we can all take to live fuller, more functional lives.

From EC Synkowski, founder of OptimizeMe Nutrition.

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on Debunking Supplement Myths: Challenging Blanket Recommendations (with Pat Sherwood and Adrian Bozman)

We’re sharing a recent conversation with Pat Sherwood and Adrian Bozman this week, hosts of the V...

Dec 06, 2023

on a Balanced Life: Strategies for Cultivating Health, Wealth, and Time (w/ Jon Gilson)

We’re excited to bring you another episode where we delve into the concept of personal freedom an...

Nov 27, 2023

on the Mediterranean Diet: Decoding its Popularity and Benefits

This week we discuss the Mediterranean diet, including its popularity, benefits, and the science ...

Nov 22, 2023

On Diet & Sleep: Nourishing Your Way to a Good Night’s Rest

In this episode, we aim to unravel the intricate relationship between diet and sleep, providing i...

Nov 16, 2023

on the Fight Against Sarcopenia: Strategies to Maintain Muscle Mass as We Age

We’re talking about sarcopenia, which is the natural loss of muscle mass as we age. But don...

Nov 08, 2023

on Diabetes & Chronic Disease: a Conversation with Med School Students

In this episode, EC talks with med students from Drexel University and answers a wide-ranging set...

Nov 01, 2023

on Separating Fact from Fiction: Unraveling Social Media Myths

In this episode, we explore six of the most prevalent social media myths I consistently see onlin...

Oct 25, 2023

on Becoming a Healthy Eater: Reaffirming Your Identity One Choice at a Time (with Adam Bornstein)

This week, EC and best-selling author Adam Bornstein delve into the mindset shift needed for succ...

Oct 18, 2023

on Blue Zones: An In-Depth Look at the Regions Where Age is Just a Number

We’re diving into the world of Blue Zones, exploring the intriguing phenomenon of these unique ge...

Oct 11, 2023

on a Winning Mindset for Nutrition (with Mark England)

In this episode, EC and Mark England discuss the significance of mindset in attaining health and ...

Oct 04, 2023

on the Limitations of Wearable Fitness Trackers

This week, we have a coaching call EC hosted recently with a listener named Nate. They talk about...

Sep 30, 2023

on Making Meal Prep Easy (with Jessica from the Real Food Dietitians)

This week, EC talks with Jessica Beacom of the Real Food Dietitians. They discuss different meal ...

Sep 24, 2023

on Eating Foods in the “Right” Order & Nutrient Density (Hot Cakes #7)

We’re back with another round of Hot Cakes, where Patrick presents three things he’s come across ...

Sep 14, 2023

On How to Gain Muscle and Lose Fat (Body Recomposition)

Wanting to gain muscle and lose fat (what we can also call “body recomposition”) is the most comm...

Sep 06, 2023

on the Most Underrated Nutrient

Fiber has numerous health benefits, including reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease, stroke...

Aug 30, 2023

on Explaining the Three Pillars Method™ (with Rory McKernan)

This week, I’m joined by my friend & CrossFit OG Rory McKernan to talk about my rationale beh...

Aug 24, 2023

on Longevity with Low Protein and a Fasting Mimicking Diet

This week, we’re discussing the recommendations made by Valter Longo in his book “The Longe...

Aug 16, 2023

on Naked Carbs and Tom Brady’s Diet (Quick Bites #22)

5 listener questions with ~5 minutes on each. This week is all about your fitness questions! Get ...

Aug 11, 2023

on Nitrates – Harmful Additive or Performance Enhancer?

Are nitrates in food something to avoid, or might they actually be a performance enhancer? To fin...

Aug 02, 2023

on the Galveston, Slow Carb, & Specific Carb Diets

We’ve got another Diet Review for you this week. As we’ve done in the past, we’re looking at thre...

Jul 26, 2023

on Eating Less by Eating More (Coaching Call #5)

I recently chatted with listener Susan about how to recover from a foot injury and weight gained ...

Jul 26, 2023

on Feeding Kids (with Miranda Alcaraz & Kim McIntyre)

I recently visited the folks at Street Parking and got the chance to talk with co-founder Miranda...

Jul 13, 2023

on Cancer Prevention (with Krystle Zuniga)

Krystle Zuniga holds a Ph.D. in Nutritional Sciences, is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian, and...

Jul 02, 2023

on the One Food to Avoid

While just about anything can be part of a healthy diet, there is one thing we could restrict or ...

Jun 22, 2023

on Getting Out of the Weeds (with Dr. Adrian Chavez)

Dr. Adrian Chavez has a PhD in Nutrition and Health Promotion, hosts The Nutrition Science podcas...

Jun 15, 2023

on Exercise in a Pill and Wonder Bread (Hot Cakes #6)

Hot Cakes are back! Patrick presents three topics he’s been curious about lately, and we discuss....

Jun 07, 2023

on Appealing Fictions & Being Self-Aware (Rebroadcast)

This week, we’ve got a chat Patrick and I had with Ben Bergeron on the Chasing Excellence pod. We...

Jun 02, 2023

on Zone 2, CrossFit Injuries, & Training Volume (Quick Bites #20)

Your questions are back this week, and this time we’re focusing exclusively on fitness topics. We...

May 24, 2023

on the Autoimmune Protocol Diet

What do we mean when we talk about immunity and autoimmune diseases, and can a specific diet be u...

May 17, 2023

on the Benefits of Slow and Steady (Rebroadcast)

This week, we’re bringing you a recent chat I had on the B Fit podcast with my friend Conor Murph...

May 16, 2023

on Protein Myths and Realities (with Dr. Joey Muñoz)

Dr. Joey Muñoz has a Ph.D. in Nutrition Sciences, is a Master Coach with Team Biolayne, and is on...

May 03, 2023

on Calculating Your “Fun Food” Budget

From an upper weight of 200+ pounds to now being down to 145 pounds, Heidi is looking to lose the...

May 03, 2023

on a Carbonated Water and Ice Cream Diet (Quick Bites #19)

Your questions are back in the spotlight this week! We are talking about if it's possible to incl...

Apr 19, 2023

on Hormone Imbalances and Half-Truths

Topics include: How there isn’t really a “balance point” for our hormonesWhy yo...

Apr 12, 2023

30 Short Lessons for Better Health (Part 2)

We've released 100+ episodes of the show, and this week we're combing through some of the 30 bigg...

Apr 07, 2023

30 Short Lessons for Better Health (Part 1)

We've released 100+ episodes of the show, and this week we're combing through some of the 30 bigg...

Apr 02, 2023

on the Top 10 Takeaways from 1 Million Downloads

Thank you for helping us cross the 1 million download mark! To celebrate, we're covering the 10 b...

Mar 22, 2023

on Being Built to Move (with Kelly & Juliet Starrett)

Kelly and Juliet Starrett join us to discuss their new book, Built to Move. We get into why walki...

Mar 15, 2023

on the Mirage of Cutting Edge Science (Hot Cakes #5)

We've got three recent topics from the news - two about aging and one about stress eating. We tal...

Mar 15, 2023

on Running Successful Gym Challenges (with Ben Bergeron)

Ben Bergeron joins us this week to talk about running nutrition challenges at CrossFit New Englan...

Mar 01, 2023

on 75 Hard, Raw Milk, & Boosting Metabolism (Quick Bites #18)

Your questions are back this week. We're talking about my thoughts on whether the 75 Hard challen...

Feb 26, 2023

on the Hidden Dangers of Oatmeal

Lots of people claim we should avoid oatmeal - for both carcinogenic and physiological reasons. B...

Feb 15, 2023

on How Fit You Really Need to Be (with Pat Sherwood)

This episode is with a special guest: Pat Sherwood is the creator of CrossFit Linchpin and cohost...

Feb 12, 2023

on Lucky Charms, Steak, and Viral Headlines

Thanks to a push from Joe Rogan, a headline went viral recently claiming the government wants us ...

Feb 01, 2023

on Diet, Cognitive Function, & Dementia

Can nutrition help prevent or stave off dementia? To answer, we're talking about the growing rese...

Jan 25, 2023

on the False Promise of 1% Better Every Day

"One percent better every day" assumes continuous improvement is necessary, where in most areas o...

Jan 18, 2023

on Eating for Performance vs. Aesthetics (Coaching Call #3)

I'm helping a listener work through her macro breakdown to improve her performance in the gym and...

Jan 18, 2023

on Alcohol’s Health Effects (Quick Bites #17)

5 listener questions, ~5-minutes. Topics include: What are sugar alcohols? Is alcohol that bad...

Jan 18, 2023

On Why Diets Stop Working

“All I know is if something works once, it never works again.” That’s what a li...

Dec 28, 2022

on the Possible Benefits of Cultivated Meat (Hot Cakes #04)

Three topics; three hot cakes: 1) the link between Alzheimer’s and diabetes, 2) protein in the ...

Dec 28, 2022

on Optimizing DOMS Recovery & Ice Water Baths

This episode takes an in-depth look at optimizing recovery for performance and explores the lifes...

Dec 14, 2022

on a Weight Loss Drug That… Works?

Topics include: Referenced Articles Guyenet & Schwartz, 2012. Rats are attracted to high-fat ...

Dec 07, 2022

on Weight Training for Fat Loss (Quick Bites #16)

This was a follow-up episode of listener Q&A to a full episode on Intensity vs. Volume. Quest...

Nov 30, 2022

on the Rationale Behind the #800gChallenge® (Rebroadcast)

We're sharing a chat with Kyla of the Nutritional Revolution podcast. We get into the origins of ...

Nov 30, 2022

on Optavia 5 in 1, Keto, & Carb Cycling

Continuing our diet reviews, we're looking at three diets to see what makes them similar, what ma...

Nov 16, 2022

On Starting a Nutrition Side Hustle (Coaching Call #02)

Coaching call with Sam: we talked about deciding on the scope of practice, building a program, fi...

Nov 15, 2022

Quick Bites #15

Quick Bites #17 responds to five nutrition questions from listeners and includes advice on supple...

Nov 03, 2022

on Aging and Menopause

Why is it so hard to lose weight during and after menopause? Find out how to boost your metabolis...

Oct 26, 2022

on the Top 5 Marketing Claims Causing Confusion

What are the ways companies try to convince us that their foods are beneficial to our health when...

Oct 19, 2022

on the Paleo Diet & the Ancestral Fallacy

What is the Paleo Diet? While there are different interpretations of The Paleo Diet, Loren Cordai...

Oct 05, 2022

on a Minimalist Diet That’s Cheap and Effective

A Minimalist Diet: A Thought Experiment Minimalism lifestyles focus on the essentials – which inh...

Sep 29, 2022

on Low Carb vs Counting Calories (Hot Cakes #03)

Topics include: Topics include: carbohydrate-insulin model, daily protein targets, and good quest...

Sep 21, 2022

on Dining Out Without Stressing Out (Coaching Call #01)

Referenced Podcasts on Practical Strategies for Dining Outon Having Your Cake and Eating Too

Sep 06, 2022

on Stress Eating

on Stress Eating We are a chronically stressed-out nation.  What we are often told is that it’s c...

Sep 06, 2022

on Fructose, Fruit, and Sugar

Why has fruit gotten such a bad rap? To understand that, we have to talk about what sugar is, wha...

Aug 31, 2022

on Five Takeaways from a Book Worth Reading (Burn)

I don' recommend many mainstream nutrition books, but I recently read one I liked. In this episod...

Aug 24, 2022

on Your Most Common Electrolyte Questions

Last week, we discussed electrolyte supplementation as it relates to hydration and performance. H...

Aug 17, 2022

on Electrolytes, Performance, and Misapplied Precision

Should we worry about electrolyte supplementation? To answer, we’re talking about dehydration s...

Aug 10, 2022

Quick Bites #14

Five listener questions on: changing macros based on activity, IgE allergy and IgG sensitivity t...

Aug 03, 2022

on the New Nutrition Coaching Program: Become an #800gChallenge® Coach

What should you think about before becoming a nutrition coach? What about before hiring one? Here...

Jul 22, 2022

Hot Cakes, #02

Topics include: marketing nutrition, healthy labels from the FDA, and body drainage.

Jul 13, 2022

on Gut Health and Chasing the Unknown

What do people mean when they talk about gut health? To answer, we're talking about our microbiom...

Jul 06, 2022

on Diet Algorithms (rebroadcast from the Health Investment podcast)

Sharing a conversation I had recently with Brooke Simonson of the Health Investment podcast. We t...

Jun 29, 2022

on the Best Strategy to Fight Chronic Disease (Maybe)

What is the "active grandparent hypothesis" and what does it tell us about the importance of phys...

Jun 15, 2022

on It Never Being Just One Thing (Quick Bites #13)

This week, four listener questions all linked by one of my principles of nutrition - that it's ne...

Jun 08, 2022

Hot Cakes, #01

Something new this week: a format called Hot Cakes (a twist on Hot Takes), where Patrick selects ...

Jun 01, 2022

on the Highs and Lows of Continuous Glucose Monitors

What are Continuous Glucose Monitors and why are they so popular? To answer, we discuss hyper- an...

May 18, 2022

on Having Your Cake and Eating it Too

What trade-offs do we have to accept to achieve our health, fitness, and nutritional goals? This ...

May 11, 2022

on Using Diet to Battle Cancer (with Denise Canellos)

Denise Canellos is a Certified Nutrition Specialist® and a professor of nutrition. She joins us t...

May 04, 2022

Quick Bites #12

5 listener questions: 1) Joint aches & pains for the Masters athletes; 2) Dealing with super-stri...

Apr 20, 2022

on Creatine and Refuting B.S.

Creatine is one of two supplements I argue are worth a shot when trying to improve performance (c...

Apr 13, 2022

on Measuring the Outcome (rebroadcast from Digital Barbell Podcast)

We're sharing a conversation with Jonathan from the Digital Barbell podcast this week. Jonathan a...

Apr 06, 2022

on the Plant Paradox that Never Was

Is Stephen Gundry's "Plant Paradox" worth reading? The short answer is no, and the full answer is...

Mar 30, 2022

Quick Bites #11

5 listener questions with ~5 min answers. Questions: 1. Sugar-free: sugar alcohols vs. sweetene...

Mar 16, 2022

on Saturated Fat, Cholesterol, and Heart Disease

To understand the linkage between these three, we're talking about Ancel Keys getting a bad rap, ...

Mar 09, 2022

on Caffeine’s Effect on Performance

Why is caffeine one of the few supplements I think is worth a shot for performance? That's what w...

Mar 02, 2022

Q&A on Fish Oil Supplementation

6 listener questions: 1) Can I just eat fish (do I have to supplement)? 2) What if I don't eat fi...

Feb 16, 2022

On Omega3s, Omega6s, and Fish Oil Supplementation

Fish oil has long been a staple addition to the Paleo Diet, yet I don't recommend it. To discuss ...

Feb 09, 2022

Quick Bites #10

5 listener questions with ~5 min answers. 1) Counting protein in Lazy Macros®; 2) Eating for whe...

Feb 02, 2022

on Practical Strategies for Dining Out

How can we enjoy dining out without derailing our nutrition? We're talking about 1,000 calorie sa...

Jan 19, 2022

on Nutrient Timing for Performance and Mass

Does fueling inside the anabolic window make a difference? To answer that, I'm highlighting the d...

Jan 12, 2022

on How to Fuel Performance

What is bioenergetics, and how does it affect our performance in and out of the gym? To answer, w...

Jan 05, 2022

Quick Bites #9

5 listener questions: 1) How much protein can be from protein products versus whole foods? 2) C...

Dec 22, 2021

on Personalized Nutrition and DNA Tests

Should we be tailoring our nutrition based on what a DNA test says? We're talking about the limit...

Dec 22, 2021

on Offering Nutrition in Your CrossFit Gym

If you own a gym, should you be offering a nutrition service? We're talking about why nutrition i...

Dec 08, 2021

on the Supposed Benefits of Fasting

What does the research say about fasting to control weight, improve fitness, and increase perform...

Dec 02, 2021

on Nutrition During the Holidays (Updated)

An updated episode of: How do we get through the holiday season nutritionally intact? That's the ...

Nov 18, 2021

on Being Varied, Not Random

I've known and worked with Pat Sherwood and Adrian Bozman for years. I joined them recently on th...

Nov 10, 2021

on Magnesium and the Mixed Response of Supplements

The soundbite summary: Higher intake of dietary magnesium was associated with a reduced risk of a...

Nov 03, 2021

on Whether a Calorie is Just a Calorie

"Calories In Calories Out" is not an attempt to explain all psychological, environmental, or life...

Oct 20, 2021

Quick Bites #8 (Sweeteners and Additives Edition)

5 listener questions: 1. Reviewing the Acceptable Daily Intake standard of aspartame (e.g., diet...

Oct 13, 2021

on How to Predict Optimal Performance

In the second part of our conversation about optimal performance, I'm focused here on how the mos...

Oct 06, 2021

on Measuring Recovery to Optimize Performance

Getting fitter means balancing the need to overload the athlete and drive new adaptation without ...

Sep 22, 2021

on the Belief That Eating Organic is Healthier

Some things seem so obvious we don't even question them, like whether organic food is healthier t...

Sep 15, 2021

on the Fear of Chemicals in Food

Do the chemicals used in conventional food production negatively affect health? To answer, I'm ta...

Sep 08, 2021

on Figuring Out the Right Amount to Eat

I get lots of questions about food quantity and I thought an episode covering my best advice was ...

Sep 01, 2021

Quick Bites #7

5 listener questions with ~5 minute answers: 1) prioritizing high-volume: low-calorie food; 2...

Aug 18, 2021

on Supplements and the Worried Well

Why do we worry about food additives but have so few issues with supplements? We're talking about...

Aug 11, 2021

on Artificial Sweeteners and Food Additives

Should we be worried about food additives? I'm unpacking that by talking about food regulations, ...

Aug 04, 2021

on Training Intensity vs Volume

How are intensity and volume related, and how do they drive body composition and performance? To ...

Jul 21, 2021

on Training and a Woman’s Cycle

Should women change their training based on their cycle? My answer has us exploring the general c...

Jul 14, 2021

Quick Bites #6

5 listener questions 1) PostWOD carbohydrate powders 2) Realistic weight loss expectations 3) ...

Jul 07, 2021

on the 3 Pillars of Nutrition Driving 90% of Success

What if the foundation of solid nutritional habits wasn't just the foundation, but almost the ent...

Jun 23, 2021

on the Cancer Risk of Meat

Is there significant evidence that meat increases the risk of getting cancer? Answering that has ...

Jun 16, 2021

on Collagen as a Supplement

What is collagen, and why is it such a popular supplement? Those are the questions we're looking ...

Jun 09, 2021

on Beta-Alanine and Belief

Is beta-alanine a performance enhancer? After Mat Fraser went on Joe Rogan's podcast, sales of it...

Jun 02, 2021

Quick Bites #5

5 listener questions: 1) Making macros easy for recipes 2) Multi vitamins as insurance 3) Enco...

May 19, 2021

on the Carnivore Diet and Mainstream Diet Books

Should we be eating like a carnivore? We're breaking down why some say we should. Along the way, ...

May 12, 2021

on Plant-Based vs Animal-Based

Is plant-based a better diet than animal-based, and what do those classifications even mean? Thos...

Apr 29, 2021

Quick Bites #4

6 listener questions: 1) Macro tweaks for performance 2) Shift workers, EMS, LEO or military wi...

Apr 19, 2021

on Intuitive Eating

What does the practice of "intuitive eating" get right and where does it go off the rails? We're ...

Apr 09, 2021

on Weight, Health, and Worth

What is the Health At Every Size (HAES) movement, what do they get right, and what do they get wr...

Mar 30, 2021

on Reverse Dieting

Can we overfeed our system and force our metabolism to adapt to needing more calories, thereby ef...

Mar 20, 2021

on Sodium Intake & Blood Pressure

How much salt is too much? That's what we're talking about today, diving into how sodium affects ...

Mar 10, 2021

Quick Bites #3

5 listener questions: 1) Weight versus body fat  2) Three nutrition lessons for high schoo...

Feb 28, 2021

on Loopholes & Other Ways to Cheat on Your Diet

Why do we commit to a new diet, only to then seek out the gray areas that let us cheat without gu...

Feb 18, 2021

on the Right Amount of Daily Added Sugar

The USDA recently upset folks by not altering their recommended daily added sugar intake, despite...

Feb 08, 2021

on the Best Diet of the Year

Is there a "best" diet? CNN recently weighed in, and here's my take. We're talking about the chal...

Jan 29, 2021

on Biohacking, Optimization, & Other Shades of Grey

Lots of people and products claim to help us "hack" our health. Are they legit? That's what we're...

Jan 19, 2021

Quick Bites #2

Seven listener questions: 1) Nutrition & menopause  2) Relationship between high cholesterol, ...

Jan 09, 2021

on Protein Timing & Muscle Protein Synthesis

What is muscle protein synthesis, how does it affect muscle growth, and why does it matter? Those...

Dec 30, 2020

on Digesting and Absorbing Protein

You may have heard the "rule" that the body can only digest 30g of protein at a time. Is it true?...

Dec 20, 2020

on Why Diets Fail

Statistically speaking, few people are able to maintain weight loss a year after losing it. Fewer...

Dec 10, 2020

Quick Bites #1

Seven listener questions: 1) How to calculate one's calories they should eat now 2) BCAAs for a...

Nov 30, 2020

on Nutrition During the Holidays

How do we get through the holiday season nutritionally intact? That's the conundrum we're talking...

Nov 20, 2020

on Performance vs Longevity

At what point does elevated performance in sport or fitness diverge from long-term health? That's...

Nov 10, 2020

on Low Carb vs Low Fat

Is it better to focus on low-fat or low-carb? That's the big question we're tackling this episode...

Oct 21, 2020

on Why It’s Okay to Be Hungry

Do we have to accept being hungry to lose weight? Do we have to get uncomfortable to make a chang...

Oct 11, 2020

on Exercise as an Anti-Inflammatory

What is inflammation and how is it affected by age, weight gain, and exercise? Those are the ques...

Oct 01, 2020

on Whether You’re Making the Right Choices

I get a lot of questions that go something like, "I eat pretty much [insert some variety of whole...

Sep 21, 2020

on Vitamin D Supplementation

Why don't I offer a blanket recommendation for Vitamin D? I get that question a lot, and this epi...

Sep 11, 2020

on Convincing Loved Ones to Change

How do you convince loved ones to change their behavior or nutrition? I get asked that question a...

Sep 01, 2020

on the Difference Between Muscle Mass & Strength

What should your nutrition look like if you want to get big? Or if you want to add strength? When...

Aug 22, 2020

on Improving Body Composition

Why do we default to apps, coaches, or trackers when judging our nutrition progress? That's what ...

Aug 12, 2020

on Building Difficulty as You Go

When it comes to nutrition, where should you begin and what should you do next? Those are questio...

Aug 02, 2020

on the 10 Principles of Nutrition

What are the principles that underpin all my nutritional advice? That's what we're diving into to...

Jul 23, 2020

on Opportunity Costs of Poor Nutrition

What's my dream? That's a question someone recently asked. My answer: That we do the basics bette...

Jul 13, 2020

on Redefining Health

How is it that only 12% of Americans meet the recommended markers of metabolic health (without me...

Jul 03, 2020

on Gaining Muscle & Losing Weight

Why should strength-building be part of your weight loss plan? That's the question we're tackling...

Jun 23, 2020

on Accountability & Making Decisions

What are the differences between internal and external accountability, and when do we need to lea...

Jun 13, 2020

on Detoxes, Fasts, & Juice Cleanses

Is it possible to "detoxify" our systems through a 7-day juice cleanse? That's the question we're...

May 28, 2020

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The Consistency Project podcast started in 2020 after some nudging from Patrick to EC to share her nutrition knowledge. The episodes deliver evidenced-based nutrition, health, and fitness content in a digestible way (see what we did there? ;)).

Most episodes are structured to have a specific topic or theme to explain both the scientific evidence as well as practical recommendations for someone to make diet and lifestyle changes. The goal is to bridge the gap between science and action to help individuals reach their weight, health, and fitness goals.

Currently, the podcast follows a few different formats: 1) deep dives on a single topic; 2) “Quick Bites” (Q&A from listener questions); 3) “Hot Takes” (off-the-cuff discussions of recent media topics); 4) Interviews with experts in the community; and 5) Re-broadcasts of EC on other podcasts.  Episodes are usually ~30 minutes. 

And it’s not just a nutrition podcast! While nutrition is the central topic, general health and fitness topics are covered as well. You can find The Consistency Project on all major podcast platforms.

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