5 Tips to Quit Sugar the Spirit Junkie Way

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Note: This post was updated in 2018 for clarity and additional resources.

I just celebrated 1 year off sugar!

To be clear, I didn’t make this commitment out of vanity or to obsess over some new fad diet. My motivation for kicking sugar came from a deep desire to feel vibrant, healthy and energized.

The more I expand my inner awareness and spiritual faith the more conscious I am of how I feel. And as I grow more aware of my physical well-being, it becomes harder to partake in anything that makes me feel bad.

How I quit sugar the Spirit Junkie way

I surrender to a power greater than me | The Universe Has Your Back card deckWith my deep desire to feel healthier, I set out on a wellness quest. In August, through doctor supervision, I committed to treat candida, an overgrowth of yeast in the digestive system that causes inflammation and myriad symptoms.

One out of three people suffer from candida. (To learn more about candida and its effect on your health, read The Candida Cure by Ann Boroch.)

One important way to treat candida is to remove sugar, including fruit, coconut palm sugar, agave, artificial sweeteners, barley malt, brown rice syrup, brown sugar, etc. Pretty much anything that has sugar or turns into sugar is a no-no on the candida diet.

Spiritual surrender has been the key to my success in quitting sugar

At first, I thought living sugar free would be easy. I was mistaken. Sugar is a tricky ingredient that shows up in just about everything!

To make this commitment work for me I’ve had to lean on my spiritual faith and truly surrender.

My spiritual surrender has been the key to my success in quitting sugar. So instead of giving you my favorite recipes for sugar-free desserts (you can actually find that post here), I’ve decided to share five spiritual steps to quit sugar.

How to quit sugar the Spirit Junkie way

Struggling with how to quit sugar? I’ve got spiritual tips to reframe it! If you’re not interested in quitting sugar, you can use these steps for releasing any other habit you’d like to let go of. Use these tools and fully turn your will over to the care of your inner guide.

Expect miracles when you quit sugar the Spirit Junkie way!

1. Get psyched to let it go!

Quitting sugar isn’t for dabblers. In order to really release the cravings and addiction, you must desire something else even more. In my case, the desire to feel healthy and energized far outweighed my chocolate cravings. Because I was so psyched about feeling healthy, I was able to go into the sugar detox with enthusiasm and commitment.

If you try to force yourself into change, then change will never stick. @gabbybernstein Tweet it!

If you’re not sure that you’re truly ready to let go of sugar (or any other habit that’s not serving you), wait it out. There’s nothing wrong with not being ready. Stay willing to receive greater guidance instead of forcing yourself to change.

2. Know that quitting sugar is a spiritual practice

My first week off sugar I felt a severe sense of withdrawal. This is crazy considering how little sugar I had in my diet to begin with. The detox symptoms reminded me of when I got sober 11 years ago. I felt sick, tired and even depressed.

I turned to spirit for help in dealing with these emotions and symptoms. I prayed for guidance. Five minutes later, I found myself guided to check Twitter. As the angels would have it, the first post in my feed was a prayer to detox from sugar, from Doreen Virtue:

Dearest God and angels, I’m ready to release sugar. I know that now is the perfect time to detox from this substance. I trust in your guidance and your love. I know that you’ll help me through this and lead me away from temptation. I ask for your Heavenly presence to surround me. Sugar is so readily available, so I need your support. Keep me strong and healthy. I don’t want to feel the negative effects that sugar produces, so I willingly choose to release it now. Thank you.

I smiled at the wink from the Universe and accepted this tweet as the answer to my prayer. I’ve been using Doreen’s sugar prayer ever since.

Post this prayer on your refrigerator, desk or even by your bedside. Use it in the morning and throughout the day whenever you feel overwhelmed by your cravings. When you’re wondering how to quit sugar, remember the angels have your back!

3. Practice the meditation for addiction

To quote my doctor and friend, Dr. Frank Lipman, “Sugar is like crack.” I couldn’t agree more. Sugar is a drug that keeps us wanting more to the point of addiction. When we’re addicted there is an imbalance in the pineal gland (also called the the third eye).

The pineal gland is a small endocrine gland in the vertebrate brain. When the pineal gland is out of balance, bad habits turn into addictions. The imbalance in the pineal gland affects the pituitary gland, which regulates the rest of the glandular system. When the pituitary gland is affected, the entire body and mind go out of balance.

The Kundalini meditation for healing addiction

A major tool in my process of healing my addiction to sugar has been the Kundalini meditation for healing addiction. Follow this video for guidance:

4. Find a sugar-free running buddy

While I visited London I spent some special time with my friend Lou Lou. Lou Lou has been on the candida diet for many years. Her commitment to a sugar-free lifestyle inspired me greatly. She turned me on to amazing books and recipes and had fun eating berries with me for dessert. It’s important to find a sugar-free running buddy when you embark on this path.

One great way to find sugar-free running buddies is in my Miracle Membership! We have an amazing Facebook group exclusively for Miracle Members. Connect with fellow Spirit Junkies who are living sugar free!gabby bernstein miracle membership spiritual running buddies

5. Get down in the kitchen!

gabby bernstein cooking kitchen|quit sugarOne of the most meditative times of my day is when I’m cooking. Getting off sugar has given me even more reason to rev up my culinary skills.

When you kick the sugar you can feel a little sad. One great way to combat this grief is to have a lot of fun making sugar-free recipes! A great resource is Sarah Wilson’s I Quit Sugar.

I’ve been using the I Quit Sugar: The Chocolate Edition for all of my dessert cravings. I’ve also enjoyed the I Quit Sugar: Your Complete 8-Week Detox Program and Cookbook for awesome support and recipes.

Get down in the kitchen and cook up inspiration and excitement!

I am going to share one awesome recipe here! This is my recipe for sugar-free brownies. Please keep in mind that I am pretty intuitive in the kitchen. I rarely use measuring devices or follow a recipe.

Below is my intuitive recipe for sugar-free brownies. Please feel free to adjust the measurements if something feels off to you. Use your own intuition in this spiritual baking process!

Gabby’s Sugar-Free Brownies

1 cup almond flour
1 Tbsp. organic baking powder
1 Tbsp. hemp milk (or almond milk)
1 Tbsp. hemp seeds
1 Tbsp. chia seeds
10 drops Sweet Leaf vanilla stevia (or more if you want it sweeter, but be careful with stevia — it’s strong!)
½ cup organic coconut flakes
2 Tbsp. raw organic almond butter (with no added sugar)
1 egg (If you’re vegan you can make a flax egg by combining 1 Tbsp. flaxseed meal with 2.5 Tbsp. water, or use part of a mashed banana)
1½ Tbsp. organic coconut oil
Dash of salt
½ cup organic cacao powder (you can add more if you want extra chocolate)
Handful of crushed walnuts (optional)

1. Grease a small (8×8 or 9×9) brownie pan with coconut oil or organic butter.

2. Combine all ingredients into a large mixing bowl and stir completely while listening to this mantra. Remember that this is a meditative process.

3. Once the ingredients are completely mixed, pour the mix into the greased brownie pan.

4. Bake at 350° F for 20 minutes.

5. Remove the pan from the oven and let cool for 15 to 20 minutes. Practice the art of patience.

6. Tweet it before you eat it! Tag me at @GabbyBernstein on Instagram and Twitter with your photos.

7. Share them with your sugar-free running buddy!

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  1. I love this! I feel like my stomach (solar plexus chakra) is really awakening right now (one week off processed sugar), but my sleep cycle has gone pretty kooky! I know any major changes take at least 21 days, so, I’m holding strong until then!

  2. I absolutely believe I was led to this page, because I originally started reading today’s blog post about the secret to following through on my great ideas. It led me to read another post, and then another, until I landed here. I quit sugar in 2011 and was only eating very minimal amounts of it until I had a near death accident in 2017. At that time, I felt like life was too short to be restricting myself and that all things can be enjoyed in moderation. Fast forward two years, and I am drinking more alcohol, and intentionally eating more sugar foods. Go figure that I no longer feel the energy and lightness that came with a full clean eating life. I was praying about this topic today, and even talked to my significant other this morning about how I thought I had candida overgrowth in my gut, that I just knew that was what was happening with these sugar cravings. Now, I landed here. Thank you, Universe, for leading me back to a spiritual way to health, energy, and overall well-being. I can’t tell my significant other to keep his cholesterol in check unless I’m keeping my sugar in check, too. They each impact us in our own unique way, and I do not want to be a hypocrite.
    Thanks for all you do to support the world through your experience, strength, hope, and tools. Have a beautiful day!

  3. Wow! Thank you, thank you, thank you Gabby. I felt a pull in my soul to quit sugar about three weeks ago. Since then I have been getting fully in tune with my third eye and my intuition has been really fired up. However, yesterday, I slipped back and had a massive sugar rush – today I feel dreadful, really tired, lacking in energy and completely off radar. I then decided to hop on to this page, and there in front of my eyes sprang up this blessing about sugar. I am so grateful to you for this Gabby, my Angels nudged me here. I love you all so much. Blessings of Love and Light. Deborah M. Hodgetts xx

    1. Divine timing Deborah! Grateful that this served you and remember that you can always start again. <3

  4. Thank you Gabby for putting this out there. Recently quit my unfulfilling corporate job in finance and committed to a yoga teacher training program. I have no idea where this will lead me, but I’ve taken the plunge…There are many addictions, negative behavioural patterns and, in fact, a whole value system that I need to let go of. I think quitting sugar is a good place to start. Looking forward to reading Judgement Detox!
    Love and light,

  5. Hi Gabby, thank you for sharing this! I’ve been curious, what do you consider sugar (ex: maple syrup, honey, monk fruit, stevia, etc.)?

  6. Such a great post – thank you for sharing! I gave up sugar one year ago and even though I thought I was being healthy by just having a little bit each day, I didn’t realize how much of an addiction it truly was – and how it was playing games with my mind. Now that I just don’t eat it, my mind has cleared up and has space for so many beautiful things – like bringing my gifts out into the world. Huge love to you Gabby xx

  7. Just an FYI because I think it does impact on the actual psychological and spiritual reality of this topic; sugar is NOT physically addictive. Science has proven it, many times, but that fact doesn’t resonate quite so well with the public! Much more dramatic to claim ‘addiction!’.

    It can cause a psychological addiction but not because of any biochemical reality. If you feel you’re addicted to sugar, I suspect it’s a red flag about what need/role sugar is filling in your life. And getting to the bottom of that, will likely provide you with longer term peace and happiness and health than giving up the substance ever could.

  8. Today I remembered my path. Four years ago I broke my ankle after asking what my next step was. I stepped out of Balducci’s in Westport excited for the Anthropologie tent sale while wearing my brand new Stuart Weitzman strappy wedges. I was more concerned about my shoes than my ankle and likewise more concerned about my lifestyle than life. While healing, everyone who came to visit brought the book A Course In Miracles for me to read saying the book had literally jumped into their hands. Coincidence, not! Fast forward four years, deaths, and several layers. I am here shedding the deepest layer-sugar, in all forms. I asked for a sign to live sober again and your website popped up with this article. Thank You! xx, j

  9. OMG! This was the message I was needing to read! Like when you saw the prayer of Doreen .V., may be! haha.
    I know I have a Candida problem, now I realized about all my symptoms that it started maybe 5 years ago. 🙁 , but even with now a healthy diet, yoga, meditations, course of miracles and more spiritual lectures, being a health coach from IIN it has been so hard! After many attempts trying to quit it starting new sugar free diets or extra natural supplements I am not able to quit it 100%. Specially the last 2 years, I am from Argentina, but 2 years ago I came to live to D.C and even if in Argentina food is not the best, sadly here food is worst in terms of that highly processed food-sugary products are everywhere and thousands more of options, actually I was a little shock at the beginning. Anyhow, in this 2 years sugar caught me in the way that many times I found my self eating ALL the sugary things possible! And feeling so bad after that, not only physical but mentally too.
    So, I think this message was what I was needing to read! I will adopt all your suggestions! Kundalini yoga I never tried.
    So, yesss! I have all the faith that pretty soon I will be able to say that I did it too! And will be feeling best than ever, connected with the real energy not the one that sugar can give you!!
    Thanks. You are great!

  10. Great tips! I mostly eat berries and citrus fruit. I I also love adding stevia in my recipes.

    Erythritol and monk fruit supposed to be good as well. It is a natural alcohol sugar from non-gmo corn, It passes right through the body without being absorbed and has no effect on the gastrointestinal tract.


  11. You have open my eyes a bit more. I was in the middle of posting a huge comment but do not want to divulge all my info for the world to see. At least not right now. You have inspired. I came across your beautiful self through your book The Universe has your back. I never read OK… NEVER. I suffer from ADD and can not ( I know, I know I’m sabotaging myself by continuing the belief) concentrate long enough and I loose interest. Your book has me hooked. Thank you for sharing your heart and knowledge and I will be sending you an email shortly. I would love to attend one of your events…. Love


  12. Sorry Gabby, my English is not the best. I did not understand where to put the pressure on. The thumbs are on the temples and then you spoke about the pressure on “…”? Could you please help me out?

  13. Whoaaaa I’m so impressed that you’ve successfully quit! I’ve felt like weaning off of it for a while but never managed to do it — it’s hard with the social pressure (so you’re right I should get a friend). Thanks for re-inspiring me!

  14. Hey Gabby, You have been a huge inspiration in my life and I admire how you share your bright philosophy with the world. Thank you for posting this blog about Sugar. I saved it in my email so when the time was ready for me to give up sugar I could really dive in and take your advice seriously.

    However, I recently tried your brownie recipe and I have to respectful say that is was just awful. It wasn’t the fact it was slow in sugar, it was the texture and how crumbly it was. If you could imagine potting a plant and packing the pot full then cutting it with a knife, everything crumbled apart. But it wasn’t just that, the taste was terrible.

    I am very health conscious, exercise regularly and every now and then I like to indulge in healthy sweet treat. I was excited when I came across your recipe for the brownies as I have been on the look out for new recipes. These truly were not good.


  15. Gabby, thanks for the post! This theme keeps coming up for me …

    I tried to quit sugar last year at the insistence of my sister who has been sugar free for two years. It made me feel so anxious that I wound up eating lots of no-sugar added foods and I quit after I gained 3 kilos (6-7 pounds) in 3 weeks – my sis says its because I didn’t give up bread but honestly, it feels so spartan if you completely cut everything with sugar out of your diet.

    Any suggestions?


    (a sugar loving energy healer, LOL)

  16. From next monday i’m gonna lose weight. Summer is comming girls!
    Who starts with me? I found a good method in google and want to give it a
    try, simply type in g00gle; fitMarikka advices

  17. I went sugar free for 30 days. No fruit. No sweetener. No alcohol. Nothing. My cravings never went away and I didn’t feel that much better. When do the cravings go away???

    1. Your body still needs fruit i am a nutritionist and fitness instructor have less items like chocolate, alcohol, etc

      1. I have dietary fructose intolerance. I get sick if I eat fruit. I can only have tiny amounts. Otherwise I throw up.

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  19. I’ve been off of sugar and white flour for 7 weeks now and I definitely feel better along with the scale going down. Getting creative though is hard. There is sugar in everything. Today I just wanted to get a jar of marinara sauce. So many have sugar, it took me two store to find one that didn’t and it cost a pretty penny too.

  20. I have been fighting the sugar battle for years. Thank you, I feel with the sugar prayer I will win this time. I made one modification to it – I wanted to state positively the next to last sentence – I want to feel the positive effects of living without sugar produce.

  21. I needed this little wink from the universe today, Gabby :-). I believe this post is over a year old as I follow you I know you have been off of sugar for 2 years. I’ve recently (5 months) found a spiritual way of living and am on a road of recovery. I am sober today however find other bad habits creeping their way in like intense cravings for sugar in the form of cupcakes, ice cream, cookies – I don’t discriminate when it comes to sweets :-). I have been willing to receive guidance the past couple of months to quit and just this week after a few ice lead me to want to revisit how you quit sugar. Thankful for this sign from the universe and that through the grace of God discovered you upon entering my journey into sobriety (my mom saw you on Oprah Super Soul Sunday two weeks into my journey of recovery and was like “you’ve got to check this girl out she rocks!”). Following you has helped me give more love, receive more love, and most of all love myself more. Love you Gabby thanks!

  22. If you don’t have a condition, fruit is an important part of a healthy diet. Even though you specified that you have a condition and this was under a doctors direction, some may think you’re implying that this is a good choice for everyone. Is that what you’re saying? Thanks 🙂

  23. Hi Gabby,

    Thanks for this great post. I have been think a lot about sugar lately and know I am addicted. My diet has been really clean but I have all these sneaky ways of adding sugar into every meal and I always want something sweet after ever meal. After reading your post I bought “I Quit Sugar” and have been following the ideas in the book for the past 5 days. I can’t say I feel better yet, but I want to stay the course to see where it leads me- hopefully to feeling better.

    I was wondering if you have totally given up fruit, that for me is the biggest thing. I’m thinking what can be so bad about 1-2 pieces a day. It would be wonderful if you could do another post or blog showing us what you typically eat in a week (or a day). I’m very curious how this looks in real life.


    1. Not all of the sugars are healthy processed sugar is bad fizzy drinks and jams get your facts right!!!!! I did fitness studies and you have no idea are you certified trainer to tell us that!

  24. Hi Gabby,
    I have been hearing the quit-sugar message for a while now. But I could not imagine life without these things that made me happy. As mother to two young girls and partner to an amazing man, I also didn’t want to be a burden by struggling through something so difficult when no one else seemed to think it was a big deal. After a year of struggling with thing after thing … depressive episodes, anxiety and panic, fatigue, joint pain, difficulty sleeping and the desperate feeling of living from tea cup to tea cup, binging on chocolates or pastries, dreaming of a healthier life but not seeing how. I decided to listen to that quit-sugar message and I’m about to start the I Quit Sugar detox plan, already been doing little things to eliminate the easy (sometimes not so easy things) like skipping sugar in that tea. Anyway, after reading and meditating on making the change, it no longer feels like a burden, but instead an exciting opportunity to take charge of my health, be a good example for my girls and become a happier, healthier mom and partner. I owe a lot of that to your message, your willingness to share your experiences and the fact that you follow your calling to help people. I hope I can report back here somewhere down the road that I, too, quit the sugar. Thank you

      1. Hi Gabby,
        I just wanted to follow up — finished the 8 week I Quit Sugar plan and am absolutely stunned by the benefits I am experiencing. I just don’t even know where to begin. The best sleep I’ve had since I became pregnant with my first FOUR YEARS ago. I wake up refreshed. My moods have stabilized, which means I’m sooo much more patient with my littles. My skin has cleared up a bit. Dropped a few pounds. My energy is steady throughout the day. I’m able to taste sweetness and realize it has no control over me unless I let it. I’m learning more about what is in food, how to make better choices. I honestly can’t believe how much life has changed with just this little step. Onward! 🙂 … and thanks again

  25. Hi Gabby! Do you still eat fruit? I really honour your achievement, I decided to give up sugar in July following Sarah Wilson’s I Quit Sugar Program and was wondering if you still eat fruit, even though it has fructose in it. Thank you in advance x

  26. Gabby you are amazing! Your books and blog are slowly changing my life as I apply your tips and lessons. I can’t thank you enough- from the spirit junkie in the front row of the Sydney workshop:)

  27. Hi!
    I am an 17 year old who just happened to find your blog ! I <3 it !!!!
    I have become really interested in the issue of sugar and how addictive it is
    I really would like to get sugar free but coming from a middle eastern background my staple foods are full of carbohydrates. I really wanted to turn vegetarian but my parent refused so I eat lamb (for the iron) and fish. Could you give me some tips on how I can become sugar free in such a busy life? I am worried that once school starts I am going to resort to the most convenient option as opposed to the most healthy option? It is safe for me to remove sugar from my diet at this age right? because another hurdle is getting my parents to agree !

    Thanks so much 🙂

    1. you are awesome. try to begin by limiting refined sugar. eat food w/out sauces and eat fruit that is low in sugar like green apple and berries.

  28. Hi Gabby, I love your messages, so inspiring. I gave up refined sugar a couple of years ago but still have the attachment to sweet (I have just replaced RF sugar with other sweetners ie dates, pure maple etc), I would love to be free of the attachment my body has for sugar, however I cant bring myself to give up fruit – I love fruit. For you, does this mean you will never eat fruit again?

  29. Thank you! I have been of sugar for 2 years, and I fell of the wagon last spring and have been having trouble to quit again since! So 1 year on sugar now…. :/
    Never felt better or stronger when I was “clean”. now I am having a hard time lettin go, but thank you for the tips! Will find a mantra to affirm that suits me.. Love and light// Ida 🙂

  30. Amazing post! “Quitting sugar” is difficult for so many people. Your one year benchmark has encouraged me to take my reduced sugar intake further!

  31. Hey Gabby,

    Thank you so much for this inspirational piece. I’ve been suffering with candida related symptoms for years and this is the motivation I need. The links to the books recommended by LouLou aren’t working – please could you repost.


    Ollie x

  32. Hi Gabby,
    What scares me is when I look at a lot of health recipes they have bread in them? How do you feel about these wraps etc? I am thinking surly just eat what grows yeah? But if I go off sugar I am scared there will be nothing left.. fruit i mean.. What Oats do you eat? Oats scare me to as I am not sure of the best ones that are good for me!

  33. hi Gabby, I find stevia leaves a funny after taste. I have been using a natural sweetener called xylitol. Have you heard of it? Do you know if it is as good for your health as stevia?

  34. How awesome!!!
    Is this meditation different from the one that you do the mudra of touching your thumb to your pointer, middle, ring, and pinky fingers while saying sa ta na ma? I thought that one was for addiction too?

  35. Hey Gabby,
    Firstly, congratulations on your 1 year sugar free milestone! When I woke to your post today (I’m in Australia) I felt it was my what a wink from the universe that I am on the right path. I literally cleared out the pantry, fridge & freezer on the weekend and told my 3 boys we were going to try to eat like cavemen for 10 weeks (Pete Evans #thepaleoway, whom I know is a friend of yours). It’s something I’ve wanted to do for a long time…get back to nurturing myself after 4 years of being on auto piolet & going through complete upheaval…which I know now was the universe screaming at me and teaching me, but at the time I was a shell, empty and totally erratic, confused and played the victim to a tee. As a result my diet was fast food… I felt like crap so I fed myself crap & also my young boys. I’ve gained weight and feel sluggish and have skin breakouts as a result, now I am stronger, i surrendered to the Power & feel I am in the right mind to start getting my health back & reeducation my boys about food, nutrition and effects foods have on your body. So Gabby, thankyou for your wink this morning,..I know the universe has my back ??????????

  36. Please check out Dr. Robert Morse on YouTube and the 80/10/10 book by Dr. Douglas Graham. It’s important to understand that giving up sugar is great and should be done for optimal health, but no one should ever give up fruit! Fruit is super healthy and vital to human health.

    1. I gave up processed sugar for many years, fell off the wagon when I did a website for Papalani Gelato. Then eliminated processed sugar again at Feb 15th this year (2015). I agree sugar is addictive. This time it was fairly easy to get over the craving. Now in mid September 2015, I feel and look great. I have never used artificial sweetners.

      What needs to be distinguished here is that eliminating ALL sugar including fruit is certainly very radical and is related to candida that Gabby is talking about. I do think to lose weight it is a good idea to reduce the amount of fruit you eat. And because I watch the glycemic index I don’t do smoothies or juicing. But IN this article Gabby refers to a running buddy that she eats BERRIES with!

      I agree with you Sara that giving up fruit is odd, strange and unnecessary unless you truly have some very radical illness that insists upon it. Gabby says that “candida” is very common (one out of 3 people have it) so I don’t consider it radical and if one of 3 people have it I wouldn’t consider it an illness.

      By the way, it drives people a little crazy when I say I just say no to sugar. Most people can’t imagine doing that.

  37. Thanks for the reminder Gabby 🙂 I am still working through my addiction to Sugar, although I have switched to just using honey and agave nectar as much as possible I still eat bananas every day and other high fructose foods. I will be using Doreen’s prayer every day to help me to release this substance once and for all in 2015! Happy sugar free anniversary and always such a joy to see your beautiful self on vlog!

    Your presence is definitely your power!

    Love Jen xxx

  38. I seriously love the idea of saying mantras while cooking. It gives purpose, life and energy into the food we eat. How wonderful is that! Wahe Guru! 😉

  39. Awww! This is so great! Thank you! What a timing. Just in the process of realising food addictions that I thought wasn’t possible if I only ate healthy. But now I know, and I have those awsome inspiration and tips to help me out. Thanks!!!

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