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Hey Guys. I am so excited that you are here today listening in and I have my friend Jasyra on. I am so excited for you to connect with her if you haven’t already. Jasyra Santiago Hines is a registered nurse, turned social media influencer. She was born and raised in North Philadelphia. She obtained her bachelor’s of nursing from Newman university and pursued a graduate degree from LaSalle university for studies in anesthesia in 2014.
Her love and passion for health and wellness really grew through social media and in 2016, she decided to become her own boss. She in this time frame eliminated seventy two thousand dollars of her student loan debt and started to help mothers make healthier decisions for their families. She’s the founder and CEO of Love Fit LLC and today, Jasyra lives a life by design, leading women to do the same.
I am so excited you are on here, Jasyra. I have been a big fan and as a fellow nurse, you know, I have to bring my nurses on here. Um, who are aware of all the non nursing things that we do now. So I’m so excited you’re here.
I’m super excited to be here too.
Yeah. Yeah. It’s funny. You know, I think I always, I have this heightened awareness when I find somebody on social media who has the background of nursing because we just had such a just the schooling for that was so like, you know, we, we came out of that a certain way and to be where we are now and to be educating people the way we do now is so contrast to what we learned and you know, you’re, uh, uh, leader when it comes to helping people learn their options when it comes to non toxic living and just living a healthier life.
And you know, that’s definitely not what we learned. So I love that this is something that you’re so passionate about and I’d love to just start out, just even how did you even get to that place and, you know, feel free to share a little bit of your story because clearly, I mean, did you grow up this way? Were you exposed to more of these healthy options? What kind of led you there?
Okay. So my childhood was nowhere near non toxic. I had all the dyes and all the artificial flavors and all that. So it didn’t start there. Um, but it stemmed from when I got diagnosed with anxiety with my senior year of nursing school. And, um, I started to notice that I had like, uh, like testing anxiety, like I couldn’t concentrate and my heart rate will like increase when I was taking a test. And I felt that it was affecting my, um, just my overall test scores. So I decided to go to the doctor as, you know, learning to be a nurse is go ahead and talk to my doctor about it. And she was like, you have anxiety. Uh, you’re having palpitations, you’re sweating. So how about we try some medication? Um, so I did go and try the pharmaceutical route and oh my God, I literally had every side effect that literally that form tells you. I was just getting all the side effects.
We kept doing trial and error on different medications. And I just knew that the pharmaceutical route wasn’t going to be for me, but I was using it temporarily. So when I became a nurse, um, I started to really look into more of the alternatives of what I can do because I just wasn’t feeling great with these pharmaceuticals. Like my libido was trash and I, I just was having a lot of symptoms that were really uncomfortable. So I started to try CBD and I tried different herbs and then I started to exercise, um, and I started to eat better and I was able to get off my medication on my own. Although I don’t recommend you doing that, make sure you talk to your, your provider.
Um, but I was, I was able to completely get off and manage my anxiety more naturally. And when I saw that I could do that for myself, I started to share that on social media and a lot of people had interest because I wasn’t the only one that was feeling uncomfortable being on anti anxiety medications. I wasn’t the only one that was having all these side effects of not even feeling better. I was on the medication for a few years and I can’t say that it made me feel any better. I literally just felt the same and I didn’t want to increase the medication. I just, you know, I want it to get off. So that’s kind of like how it started. But the person I am today, um, I had a pharmaceutical injury after I had my daughter.
Um, I caught COVID at 34 weeks pregnant, and, um, they induced me, and my daughter was a preemie. But I, when I say that they gave me every medication under the sun, they gave it to me, the cytotec, the pitocin, like literally everything. I was on a magnesium drip. Um, I was on tons of blood pressure medications and the mixture of all of that increased my anxiety. And then they started to say, oh, your anxiety is what’s causing your high blood pressure, which wasn’t in the end.
Um, so then they put me on back on some type of an anxiety medication. And I was just desperate to go home, desperate to take my daughter home, and I knew that, oh, I was able to get off medication before, I know I could do it again. So I was like, this is temporarily, like, I know that, you know, there’s, there’s pros and cons to pharmaceuticals, although with my experience, I see a lot of the cons of it, and I want to stay far, far, far away from it because of my experience. But at that time, I was I was so fearful of my life because, you know, they said, if you don’t do this, your daughter might become a stillborn.
So it was like a lot of like the fear. So I took everything that they gave me. I was able to finally come home. And then after a month, I was able to get off my blood pressure medications. But and then I had to get off the anxiety medication. And I called my doctor to make sure that I was getting off of it correctly. And within two days of getting off that medication, I started to have severe nausea, severe, um, uh, dizziness, and then I called them again. And then they said to titrate a little slower, and then, um, I started to get tingling in my hands and my feet, tingling in my head, uh, severe burning in my head, high blood pressure, palpitations, um, my skin started like, I don’t know how to even like express on telling you how it felt. But if like there was certain textures on my skin, it would like be painful. So I just had like the severe reaction from stopping this medication.
And it got like, it got so, so bad. Like I, I went to every doctor you can think of in Philadelphia. I went to every chiropractor. I went to acupuncture. Like I tried to do all the holistic things and then also try to like see regular doctors, but I had refused to go on any medication to, you know, try to stop what I was experiencing because I knew it was like, that’s not going to make me any better. I feel like it’s just gonna like, if it would help, it was only going to, um, temporarily help. So after it was about two months of dealing with these symptoms and trying to find a solution, my symptoms just started getting worse and worse and worse. And that’s when I actually attempted to take my life because I just could not, I couldn’t see myself like living any longer.
Like it was so painful. I couldn’t take care of myself. I couldn’t take care of my daughter. I literally felt hopeless. I felt like, I felt like I wasn’t going to get any better and I took the route of trying to take my life. Um, thankfully my husband woke up in the middle of the night and found me and called 911 and was able to save me. Um, I spent, I spent a week in the hospital and it was not because I was like severely sick and they’re in their terms. They thought there was nothing wrong with me. They said that I had postpartum depression. And which was, I was depressed because I was experiencing these symptoms. I wasn’t…
Right. Absolutely. Yeah.
I didn’t have postpartum depression. I loved my daughter. I wanted to take care of my daughter. I wanted to do everything, but I couldn’t. So it was very difficult trying to explain to these doctors that did not want to listen. I’m telling you that I went to like the worst hospital and it was just because it was like a local hospital to where I used to live. And I got the worst treatment and to be a nurse and they knew that I was a nurse, to be a nurse and have that treatment I was just like, wow, like this system is completely broken. My experience of having…
The experience that I’ve had with my pharmaceutical injury really opened my eyes to, like, just the corruption like I knew there was corruption before and like, but just being the patient for the very first time… because I’ve never I’ve never been in the hospital before until I had my daughter. Like I’ve worked in the hospital, but I’ve never been a patient until then. And that’s when I was like, wow, like, this is sad. And then I put myself back into like, that person, like I was the nurse, I started to like, feel bad for my patients. I started to like, look back and be like, wow, like, you know, I knew that I was like the best nurse that I could be, but I just remember my patients talking about how, how horrible the doctors were.
And like, I knew these doctors as friends, but I was never always in that room when the doctors were talking to my patients. And then I like, you know, it was kind of like full circle moment. And I was like, wow.
Totally. Yeah, yeah, you sharing that one, you know, thank you for just sharing that experience, immediately brought me to my own experience of going through a Tdap injury, which, you know, when I got that injection that shot in my master’s program, it was almost very similar to what you shared. Like the experience of sensations on my skin and numbness and tingling and pain and all these things and I always think these things happen, you know, as much as it was so horrific, it totally rerouted your life.
But similarly, it was the first time in my life where I really firsthand saw how poorly people were treated. Um, as patients and like, you know, having all these doctors as friends that I worked with then being told like that it was in my head and that, you know, it was like, you know, you have fibromyalgia and all these kinds of things when literally like weeks prior I was running a marathon, you know. So it’s just very you know. And I’m curious, how did you start shifting your health then? Because you saw like, okay, I’m not getting the answers I need here. So how did you start feeling better?
So it took me a while to trust anyone after my suicide attempt. And I was in the search like every single day on Google trying to find like a holistic doctor trying to find something but it took me a few months to commit to someone because I noticed that if I would try a supplement, my body would just like react the total opposite of what it like should. Like, my body was so sensitive, so I was scared of supplements, I was scared of anything and everything. Um, but I would, say six months in, like I dealt with the symptoms for six months of doing nothing and just sitting there and then like trying to like take walks and grounding, just doing those little things that I knew that would at least be a little good for me. And then at six months I found this, um, guy online and he did metaphysical healing. I’m not sure if you ever heard of that. Um, make sure…
Yes, I do that work. I love it. That is awesome. Yeah. Full circle.
I found him on Google and I reached out to him and I started working with him for um, I feel like it was like a whole year that I signed up for him.
I, I signed up for like a few weeks and then, um, he literally gave me a whole bunch of sessions for free because he felt so bad for me. Like he was like, I know that doctors are not going to be able to help you. So I want to help you. And I felt like with working with him for the amount that I worked with him, I started to, um, the tingling started to decrease a little bit. Um, I was able to walk and take more walks with my daughter. Um, I started to be less sensitive to the sun. So that was like the stepping stone of where I started.
And then, um, I found, um, this amazing practitioner that I still work with that she does lymphatic drainage and she does cranial sacral therapy with me once a month. And that helps with the burning in my brain. And then after a couple months, I found a, um, functional practitioner, which was actually a nutritionist that helped me with detoxes. So I did heavy metal detoxes. I did parasite detoxes. I did every detox in the world that you can think of I did. Um, that didn’t hugely help me. Um, I still have a lot of the symptoms, but not as severe as it was like I still have palpitations. I still have the tingling in my hands and my feet, but it’s very like not noticeable until I lay down. Um, I don’t have the burning in my head anymore. Um, I do have the palpitations. Um, and I have severe ringing in my ears.
So I’m still in the journey of healing. Currently, I’m working with a new functional practitioner that we found out that my TPO was very severely high and I have Hashimoto’s so we’re working on that, healing that and we’re hoping that if my levels go back down, maybe all my other symptoms start getting better. Um.
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You highlighted it really as such a journey. And I think that’s so important for people to hear. Uh, you know, when I went through the Tdap injury, like nine years ago, I’m in a completely different space now, but it’s been gradual and it’s been learning like so much along the way and also recognizing and I’m sure you could say the same about your own experience, just noticing the patterns or habits that existed before you even got sick and knowing that there was lifestyle changes that had to happen. And of course I’m sure you feel this way where you’re like, you know this is why you’re so passionate about giving your daughter a different life
Exactly. A lot of people that don’t know me think that like I’m bizarre, crazy, like no guys know this. And I’m like, if you knew what I went through, you would completely understand why I am the way I am. Or even with pharmaceuticals. Oh, you don’t give your daughter Tylenol? No, I don’t give my daughter Tylenol. And it’s because I’ve had such a bad experience or even the big question, do I vaccinate my daughter?
And a lot of people don’t understand until I sit there and explain.
Well, you know, something that I was just talking to a friend about recently because, you know, I don’t know why this isn’t standard practice in health care. It really should be just people don’t know what exists is that I remember doing a 23andMe and for people not familiar with it, it’s just genetic testing.
And uh, I had done that years ago and I know 23andMe got bought out, blah, blah, blah, you know, different companies own different things. That’s great. Whatever. But I did the 23andMe probably six or seven years ago. And I remember getting a printout from my practitioner at the time. And it was, they gave you a printout of literally like categories of drugs that there was a category that you should never take these drugs or antibiotics because they will do absolutely nothing for you based off of your genetics. And then um, there was like a list of things that you know might be beneficial and then there was the things that were better.
And anyways, I remember having this thought of like why do we just blanket like every single person with the same things, you know, saying, well, like, you know, there’s, this is no harm. It’s all, this is a hundred percent safe and good and beneficial for you without taking someone’s bio individual case into consideration. And you realize why so many people are sick. And I know, you know, with like nursing, it’s like, you know, It was not uncommon when you’re, you had your four or five patients for the day that you were giving them, you know, at least a dozen medications throughout the day and who knows what that’s even doing or how that’s like affecting them?
And so it just is like you I feel very empowered and passionate about like, okay, clearly like this doesn’t work and I want to create a different way. And so, you know, with what you’ve created with just the different, you know, things that people can swap out and those tools, what have you found to be most helpful in that journey of learning those things? You know, clearly I’m sure there’s like trial and error and that information is always changing.
But what’s been, uh, what would you say, you know, for somebody who is like newer to that? And of course, like you want to follow Jasyra, but you know, what has been kind of those initial helpful steps for knowing those swaps?
I always say take it one day at a time, one product at a time, because when I was learning this myself, I was a stay at home mom. Um, I had an injury that I could barely do anything. And when I went full force into this lifestyle, um, I really couldn’t do a lot of things, right? So, and I didn’t have the income to swap out everything. So, I tell them my story on like, I just did one product at a time. So, I thought to myself, okay, what do I wear every single day?
I use soap every day to wash my body. So, you know what? After I finished this, I’m going to go ahead and swap it out for a better soap. And then I started thinking about the water, like water so important. Okay, can I save up to get a better purifier to drink? So I just went one product at a time, instead of I feel like a lot of people think that they need to trash everything in their house and start a brand new and no, you don’t have to do that. Like, I could understand the fear when you start learning about, you know, what’s bad about fragrance and what’s bad about dyes and, um, but financially, if you can’t do that, just take it one product at a time, one day at a time. Um, I always feel like, you know, if you create more anxiety over it, stress over it, that’s even worse. You don’t want to be like stressed over it. So just taking it one day at a time.
Yeah. And for your daughter, it’s Zoe, right? I think Zoe.
Zoe, Zoe, Zoe. Okay. Yeah. So, do you find that, you know, now that you are just further out in your, your healing journey and, you know, you’re getting to experience more life with her, do you have anything that you feel like you have had, you feel passionate about with the swaps that, um, do you feel like she’s starting to grasp any of it, or understand? Or like does she like, um, I know she’s still pretty young but I guess what have been your like big swaps that you would do with her?
So for her being two um, she doesn’t obviously realize what’s going on just yet, but I do notice like if we go to a birthday party and she sees someone else, someone else like eating stuff that I don’t feel comfortable her eating, she literally comes to me and says, Mama, snack, because she knows that I have all her snacks.
So she has no desire on eating what they’re eating. She wants to have her favorite snacks. I always have her snacks with me. And I think just the most important, um, without like, I don’t want to be like 1000 percent strict. I do also want to educate her when the time comes, when she understands on the reasoning on why we choose these foods and why we stay away from certain things.
Um, but my biggest thing is dyes and, um. Funny thing is that last year when she turned two, we went to Disney and, um, a lot of, um, you can ask for ingredients at Disney, but I wanted to kind of like freely just enjoy and I went for like things that didn’t have like appearance. You didn’t see that it had a dye in it.
I bought a chocolate chip cookie and it was her birthday. So it was like, let’s enjoy this. cookie and she enjoyed the cookie and my God, she did not go to sleep until two o’clock in the morning. I was like, what was in this cookie? And, um, the next morning I went and asked for the ingredients of the cookie and it was red 40 in it.
And that’s when, um, my husband like opened his eyes. Cause my, my husband will eat anything that I buy him. Um, he’s not very strict on dyes or nothing like that, but he’s starting to learn now. Um, but that night was like, he, he even was like, was there dyes in there? So then we went and found out and it was a red 40. He was like, wow. And that’s when he was like, okay, she’s not allowed to have no dyes. Um, so like dyes is really like a hard no for us. Um, but yeah, like, you know, I can’t educate her too much just yet because she’s only going to be three, but I feel like the most important, I think a lot of people get, you know, ask me questions. I’m like, what are you going to do when she gets older and she wants to try certain things? And I’m like, um, I, I think just more of like educating her on, on why.
Cause I have a niece now that watches all my reels and all my, um, graphics and she’s only seven. And she asks me all the time, Hey, Titi, Titi is aunt in Spanish. Hey, Titi, can this cause cancer? Because I don’t want to eat it. So like, she’s starting to understand. So I feel like totally don’t understand.
Yeah. It was making me think of like my oldest son is eight and something that I realized this past summer was just that, oh, I could really have more engaging conversations on ingredients and why I’m choosing certain foods in the house and, you know, why we do gluten free and, you know, just which, I think there, he, he’s very, you know, maybe this has to do with birth order, you know, he’s a little bit more intrigued, I think, than my second at this point. But, you know, it was just kind of that awareness that I want him to, you know, I, I don’t want to be 100 percent strict and I’m not, but I also want him to feel very empowered and equipped on those choices and, and why we eat a certain way.
And I think, and I’m sure you hear this too. I hear all the time from people that, you know, they’re like, well, like I hear this even too with like restricting electronics, you know, people are like well, you know I just don’t want to say like, no, or I think it’s, we kind of, we live like busy, fast paced lives typically, or there’s just a lot of moving parts and people are like, well, you know, I just don’t want them to feel left out or disappointed.
And I think a lot of the conversation around the swaps is not equating it to be that you are like odd or just that it’s like anything that needs to be singled out or feel guilty or ashamed of. It’s just, you know, how can you be informed and equipped and feel really empowered because we live in an ever increasingly toxic world and we’re going to have to continue to build resilience for that.
But, you know, I think such a big thing is from childhood being able to start helping them feel educated on that because it’s not like it’s anything taught in our schools, you know. It’s not like anybody’s teaching them balanced nutrition, you know, or like, you know, what is like how to promote a clean environment and, and it is so important. So I’m curious, one of the things that I wanted to ask you because now I’m curious with like you were saying, uh, from working in the hospital, where did you work within the hospital when you were a nurse? Were you like?
Yeah, so I started in med surg and then I transferred to Medical, respiratory ICU, and then I ended my career in the NICU with the babies.
Hmm. I was just saying, so thinking, yeah. So when did you finish working in the hospital? It, was it before you had your daughter?
Uh, yeah, way before. 2016.
Okay. So you, did you start having an awareness then that you wanted to transition out of nursing?
And just to be able to do your own thing or to be able to go into the anesthesia? Or what were you thinking?
To be able to do my own thing. At that time, I actually started a multi level marketing business with a company called Beachbody. So they were health and health and fitness. And I used to help women lose weight in a more healthier way with changing their diet and exercise. And I was able to eliminate my debt with that income. And then through those years of like leaving nursing, I like, you know, I feel like when you leave and become an entrepreneur, you kind of like dabble in a lot of things. And then here I am.
Yeah. Oh my gosh. Well, it’s so funny because I’m still good friends with a lot of people that I went to nursing school with and it’s funny because we always are wondering, we’re all of us are pretty holistic and don’t do anything the way that we learned and we’re like, I wonder how much of our class is actually like still a nurse because I don’t know, nobody, I feel like very few people that I know that I graduated with are still in nursing and not to like downplay nursing.
It’s just that. I think so much shifts, one, when you have kids, like an entrepreneur like there could be a lot of people that are more like entrepreneurial spirit and they’re like, okay I need to change things up and do something different and I’m just curious what even got you Interested in more of the health field to begin with was that something? Yeah.
It was so, what do you mean health in as far as like nursing?
Well funny thing is um, it was started. I think I was probably, um, nine years old. I told my mom that I wanted to be a nurse and I wanted to be a nurse for babies. And, um, it stemmed from, she used to do the mark of dimes for the NICU babies and we used to walk for the babies, but she also was a very good friend of this, uh, NICU doctor. And he allowed me to tour the hospital one day and hold the babies and that was when the goal since nine years old was to be a NICU nurse.
I love it. I mean, that is its own special, special thing. I know a lot of people get interested in working with, uh, NICU or labor and delivery and, and that can be pretty high stress because you’re not only the nurse for the baby, you’re really like the nurse for the parent too. Like I remember working in peds and you’re basically responsible for two people between the and the child. So, uh, yeah, I was just curious because I feel like, you know, it carries on with everything you’re doing now. Like there’s this desire to want to help people heal. And then you realize that the Western medicine paradigm is really not set up to do that for people.
Uh, you know, there’s a time and a place for emergency medicine, but I think it’s just that right, emergency medicine. So. You know outside of that it’s like how can we truly help people heal and being able to assess for how they can be starting to limit their toxic load is really really huge and I think you know similarly I did not grow up in a, you know, I was a 90s kid and so that’s like the sugar free, fat free era which I mean, who knows what we were eating, you know? And so now it’s like giving the stuff to our kids. It’s like dude, like you don’t know how good you have it Definitely we were fed much differently back then and it was like, you know, the frozen dinner meal was on the the plate, you know
So, cuisine, kids cuisine. Honestly, if I had kids cuisine for dinner, I felt like a king. I just was like feeling on top of the world. So I’m curious. So is there anything that you would say, something that you believe about health that others may find a bit controversial outside of just like the non toxic swaps?
So from my personal experience of my pharmaceutical injury, I do believe that the body can heal. A lot of people don’t believe that you can heal from a lot of things like Lyme and fibromyalgia and um, hyperthyroidism and whole bunch of things. So when I talk about my experiences and how my thyroid levels are completely normal without synthroid, people are like, what? My doctor said I had to be on synthroid for the rest of my life. And I’m like, no, you don’t. You got to find yourself a functional practitioner. So a lot of people don’t believe that they can get better without pharmaceuticals.
And that’s the one thing that I’ve feel very passionate in is sharing my story and sharing how there’s a lot of things that your body can naturally hear from, heal from with the right food and the right help, the right professional help. Um, and yeah, that’s kind of like, I feel like a lot of people don’t believe that.
Totally. I was just talking about this with someone this morning about just, you know, the body’s a self healing mechanism. You know, there’s this, we’re, I think. You know, from birth were programmed that something’s wrong with us and you need to attend a wellness exam, you know, assessed by somebody else that doesn’t even really know you to determine if you’re well, right?
So there’s this initial distrust of our body and our body’s capability of healing and really diagnoses are its names and energy, right? So it’s like, you know, I’ve seen people who literally were on cloud nine and then they’re told, you know they get a piece of lab work and they’re like, oh now it’s a possibility that I have xyz. And now they’re like in a completely terrible state, right? And it’s like but you were totally fine before that before you knew. So it’s just kind of like looking at it a totally different way to know that you, I’m of the same belief. I really believe anything can be healed, like I, I no longer deal with Lyme disease and you know, do I, interestingly people will say to me, well, how do you know?
Like, where’s like, did you do a test? Did you get the results? You know, and it’s like, I didn’t do a test. I go off of how I feel and I don’t need a paper to validate my diagnosis, you know? So I think it’s it’s that a lot of unlearning has to be done and I’m hopeful that you know our kids just are really kind of I see them really as like light bearers for this new way of just like learning and being especially when it comes to health, they’re gonna really be. Because you know now especially that so much of the pediatric population is dealing with chronic illness, like our kids being healthy is just like so important, you know?
So I’m curious too, Jasyra.. What would you say if you could think of like three words that you equate and if you have like two or four or five, that’s fine. But like anything that comes to mind with what health and healing just mean to you right now?
Um, health and healing. I feel like happiness. Um, if I could feel normal again and not have ringing in my ears, I would have so much happiness and joy. Like people really take like the little things for advantage, like when I couldn’t walk, I seen people complain about little things. And I’m like, I just wish that I could walk again, or I wish that I could hear silence again. Um, so really like health is just happiness for me. And I feel like it’s the one word that I have is happiness.
I got chills with you saying that it resonates. So much that has been on my mind of just, um, truly what it is. And I remember you saying that about walking. I remember like when I couldn’t drive, like I just had been in bed for so long and I started driving again and I was like, I’ll never take it like it for granted that I can drive in a car again, you know? Or stand in a line at. The post office, you know, it just like totally shifts your perspective on life. And I just love like I can feel just that gratitude. Like you bring that online of just like how you show up. So I love that so much.
Um, i’d love to know Jasyra, just with wrapping up here just where are ways that people can connect with you and find you? Plug into some of the tools that you offer because I know you have a super awesome Facebook group too that you offer a lot of support as well.
Yes, so i’m basically on all social medias. But I am very active on my Instagram and I do have a Facebook group that you guys can join. I even have a swap website because I get the same questions every single day about different swaps. I’ve made it really easy that if you’re looking for a deodorant, you can type deodorant and all the deodorants that Jasyra approves pops up. Um, so yeah, that’s where you can find me and I hope that I can help you one day.
Perfect. Okay, I’ll make sure to put those links for you guys in the show notes so that you can easily connect and access all those cool tools. Thanks so much to Jasyra for being on and sharing with us today. I’m so excited for people to just hear your story and what you are doing now and how you are just shifting what was something that, That was just really impactful for you into something so beautiful and in a way that you help empower others. So thank you so much.
You are so welcome. Thanks for having me.
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