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Sound Bites with Melissa Joy Dobbins

Hosted by award-winning Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Melissa Joy Dobbins, the Guilt-Free RD - "because food shouldn't make you feel bad!" TM. The Sound Bites Podcast delves into the science, psychology and strategies behind good food and nutrition. Join Melissa as she interviews experts including researchers, academics, authors, dietitians, nutritionists and more. Topics include: healthy diets, dieting and weight management, diabetes, agriculture, farming, and other hot topics in the media. Melissa promotes sound science, smart nutrition and good food - and wants you to walk away with credible information to help you make your own, well-informed nutrition decisions based on facts, not fear. For more info visit: www.SoundBitesRD.com
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Nov 7, 2017

“I think the biggest value I provide is helping people find that fine line between good science and bad science. I enjoy being able to read through scientific studies, then make them sound like English - not like a foreign language, telling people clearly why bad science is inaccurate, and furthermore cutting through the occasional bit of bad science reporting.... with a side of dirty jokes.” – SciBabe aka Yvette d’Entremont

Yvette d’Entremont (AKA SciBabe) is a scientist, writer and public speaker. She worked as an analytical chemist for years before running SciBabe full time. This platform allows her to fight myths and pseudoscience using a combination of science and humor. Yvette holds a B.S. in chemistry, a B.A. in theatre, and a Master’s degree in forensic science with a concentration in biological criminalistics. 

Yvette is partnering with SPLENDA® to develop humorous, evidence-based content that “debunks junk science” about sucralose. 

For the full show notes and resources, visit www.soundbitesrd.com

Oct 31, 2017

“Food is one of the most intimate relationships we have. At General Mills Bell Institute we are interested in what people are really doing and what they really need. We are on the journey with our consumers, making changes along the way, and making sure we are meeting modern day health & wellness trends. After all, our purpose is to “Serve the world by making food people love.” – Amy Cohn

Amy Cohn is a Registered Dietitian and a Manager at General Mills Bell Institute of Health, Nutrition & Food Safety where she engages with Registered Dietitians and other health professionals on topics pertaining to food, health, and nutrition.  As a health & nutrition steward for General Mills, Amy leads the Global Professional Partnerships team building and scaling relationships with impactful health influencers around the world and communicating science in a compelling, engaging and sharable manner. Prior to General Mills, Amy worked as a Nutrition & Culinary Services Director in the long-term care and assisted living industry, a clinical Registered Dietitian in the VA Health Care Systems and in nutritional and pharmaceutical sales. Dietetics is her second career – she has a BFA in acting and enjoyed working as an actress on stage and on TV. 

For the full show notes and resources visit www.SoundBitesRD.com

Oct 17, 2017

Stacey is an award-winning broadcaster and speaker. She produces and hosts the weekly podcast Diabetes Connections. For more than a decade, Stacey hosted Charlotte’s top-rated morning radio news show. She worked as a TV anchor and reporter in Charlotte at CBS affiliate WBTV and in Syracuse and Utica, New York. She won several Associated Press awards in her time as a TV medical reporter.

Stacey’s son, Benny, was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in 2006, one month before he turned two years old. Shortly thereafter, Stacey began writing about diabetes and is now a community blogger & speaker for Animas Corporation (part of Johnson & Johnson). She is very active with the Charlotte Chapter of JDRF and donates all profits from her award-winning cookbook, I Can’t Cook, But I Know Someone Who Can, to JDRF.

For the full show notes and resources, visit www.soundbitesrd.com.

Oct 4, 2017

Ellie Krieger is a registered dietitian and the leading go-to nutritionist in the media today, helping people find the sweet spot where delicious and healthy meet. She is the host and executive producer of the Public Television cooking series “Ellie’s Real Good Food,” and well known as the host of Food Network’s hit show “Healthy Appetite.”  

Ellie is a New York Times bestselling, James Beard Foundation and IACP award-winning author of five cookbooks. Her most recent is You Have it Made: Delicious, Healthy Do-Ahead Meals (Jan 2016). She is a weekly columnist for The Washington Post and she has been a columnist for Fine Cooking, Food Network magazine and USA Today. Ellie speaks regularly at events around the country, appears on national television shows, such as Today, Good Morning America, and The Wendy Williams Show, and has been featured in magazines like Better Homes and Gardens, People, and Self, to name a few. 

You can read the full show notes and resources at www.soundbitesrd.com.

Sep 19, 2017

“I honestly believe this is a public health concern, particularly for those at risk for heart-related conditions” – Ellen Schutt 

Ellen Schutt is the Communications Director with GOED, the Global Organization for EPA and DHA Omega-3s. GOED is an omega-3 trade association that works to educate about the importance of marine omega-3s. Most Americans (95%) do not get enough omega-3s and may not even be aware they aren’t getting enough. Omega-3s are important for many different reasons: heart health, brain health, eye health, and prenatal and maternal health. In this episode, we discuss the health benefits and the various options to increase omega-3 intake.

 For the full show notes go to www.soundbitesrd.com.

Sep 6, 2017

“Research suggests that preconception lifestyle, which includes the time between pregnancies, matters more than ever before – and for MEN, too!” – Liz Ward 

Elizabeth Ward is an award-winning nutrition communicator and author of several books about family nutrition. Her latest book is Expect the Best, Your Guide to Healthy Eating Before, During and After Pregnancy. As a registered dietitian, writer, recipe developer, and mother of three, Liz believes in progress, not perfection, and so she blogs at BetterIsTheNewPerfect.com. 

 

Aug 22, 2017

“I’m passionate about empowering people to make the best food choices they can in their everyday lives, without fear, guilt, or doubt. Eating isn’t a contest we’re all in to see who does it the best. It’s a personal journey where you get to show up for practice every single day, ready or not”.– Robyn Flipse

Robyn has been a registered dietitian nutritionist for over 40 years and has worked in a variety of settings, including heading the nutritional care department in a hospital, running a busy private practice, teaching nutrition courses at several colleges and developing specifications for dietetic foods for a specialty food company. For the past 15 years she has operated her own Nutrition Communications business where she draws on her credentials as a cultural anthropologist to interpret changing eating patterns and food trends for food companies and how they may impact dietary policy. 

You can read the full notes at www.soundbitesrd.com

Aug 8, 2017

“It’s never too late to turn back the clock on your health! Simple lifestyle changes can help reverse damage, regardless of past health mistakes, to help you live, feel and look years younger.” – Dr. Michael Roizen

Michael Roizen, MD, Chief Wellness Officer and Chair, Wellness Institute of the Cleveland Clinic, is a Past Chair of a Food and Drug Administration advisory committee and a former editor for six medical journals. He has published more than 165 peer-reviewed scientific papers, 100 textbook chapters, 30 editorials, and four medical books. He is one of the cofounders of the website RealAge.com, and still chairs its Scientific Advisory Board. Dr. Roizen is also the co-author of the New York Times bestselling YOU: Owner’s Manual series of books, author of This is Your Do-Over: The 7 Secrets to Losing Weight, Living Longer and Getting a Second Chance at the Life You Want, and co-author of AGE-PROOF: Living Longer Without Running Out of Money or Breaking a Hip.

 

Jul 25, 2017

“Ditching diets doesn’t mean you are letting yourself go; it means you are letting yourself be.” – Beth Rosen

 

Beth Rosen, MS, RD, CDN is a Registered Dietitian and owner of Goodness Gracious Living Nutrition.  She practices a non-diet philosophy and is a Health at Every Size® practitioner.  Her practice is located in Southbury, CT and virtually.  Beth has a Bachelor’s degree and a Master’s degree, both in Nutrition, and has been working in the field for over 20 years. She subscribes to a non-judgmental, weight-neutral approach to wellness and has credited her clients’ success to the idea that small changes add up to big results.  Beth provides her clients with the tools to restore their bodies to health – whether it is by freeing themselves from the vicious, chronic cycle of dieting and empowering them to heal their relationship with food and their body, or freeing themselves from the quality-of-life altering symptoms of digestive diseases.  In addition to working one-on-one with clients, Beth has written for major publications, overhauled school lunch programs, and created nutrition programming for individuals and community groups.  

You can read the full show notes at www.soundbitesrd.com

Jul 13, 2017

“Don’t fall prey to diets that eliminate whole food groups, especially grains and carbs. Whole grains like sorghum can provide beneficial nutrients to the diet and allow some great fun and variety, too.” – Lauren Harris-Pincus

 

Sorghum was recently named the “It Grain” by the James Beard Foundation. It’s a naturally gluten-free whole grain, it’s high in fiber and antioxidant rich, and it’s good for digestive health and blood pressure. On this episode we hear from a dietitian and recipe developer who shares tangible tips to use sorghum in your diet to boost your nutrition, and a representative from the United Sorghum Checkoff Program (USCP) about the history, farming and sustainability of sorghum, as well as tips for using sorghum syrup as a marinade blend when you’re grilling!

Lauren Harris-Pincus, MS, RDN, is a nutrition communications specialist, speaker, spokesperson, and dietitian in private practice where she specializes in weight management and prediabetes. She is the owner and blogger behind nutritionstarringyou.com and author of the newly released book: The Protein-Packed Breakfast Club, which features easy, high protein breakfast recipes with 300 calories or less to help you lose weight and boost metabolism. She is a consultant for the USCP.

Doug Bice is the Market Development Director for the USCP and has a background in the Battery Industry, Metals Recycling, and Biofuels.

You can read the full show notes at www.soundbitesrd.com

Jun 22, 2017

“Recent scientific research has shown that peanut allergy can be prevented by introducing peanut-containing foods into the diet early in life..” – National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

Sherry Coleman Collins, MS, RDN, LD is a registered dietitian nutritionist and consultant for the National Peanut Board in Atlanta, GA. She is an expert in food allergies and has experience in clinical pediatrics and school nutrition. She has been the brains and personality behind the Twitter handle @PeanutRD since 2012, boasting the reasons to enjoy peanuts and peanut butter, from their outstanding nutritional benefits to their delicious taste and culinary versatility—with indulgences along the way. Sherry is also a sought-after food allergy expert and a former nutrition supervisor for a major metro Atlanta school district. Plus, she’s a busy mom of an active young boy.

You can read the full show notes at www.soundbitesrd.com

 

Jun 13, 2017

“Turkey is a great ‘blank canvas’ for a wide variety of flavors, seasonings and marinades, making it a versatile choice for almost any dish. It’s also naturally low in fat and packed with lean protein to satisfy your appetite for health and fitness.” – Farmer Gary and Chef Dan

 

Gary Cooper, of Cooper Farms, is one of America’s turkey farmers. As a second generation farmer, he has been working full-time in the industry for 42 years and runs the family business along with his brother and sister. Today, Cooper Farms is a leading food supplier, selling a variety of fully-cooked and ready-to-cook turkey, ham and chicken products. Though the company has egg and hog facilities, most of its business involves turkeys.

Dan Phalen is the Corporate Executive Chef at Luby’s Fuddruckers. Chef Phalen has over 25 years of culinary experience and has been with Luby’s for 11 years developing the culinary services division and oversees all culinary for Luby’s cafeterias, Luby’s Culinary Services, Fuddruckers and Cheeseburgers in Paradise restaurants. Dan is a native Houstonian who lives in Spring with his wife and two children. His daughter, Danielle, just completed her master’s degree in dietetics.

You can read the full show notes at www.soundbitesrd.com.

May 30, 2017

“You’re the only person who can do the hard work of managing this chronic disease, but if you do it well, while forgiving yourself for the occasional bad day, bad attitude, or poor choice, you’ll be better off.” – Amy Myrdal Miller 

 

Amy Myrdal Miller, MS, RDN, FAND, is an award-winning Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, farmer’s daughter, highly regarded public speaker, published author, and founder and president of Farmer’s Daughter® Consulting, Inc., a privately-held agriculture, food, and culinary communications firm. She has lived well with type 1 diabetes for nearly 40 years and shares her story of diagnosis, a father with type 1 diabetes, a home economist grandmother, growing up on a farm and what it’s like to be a dietitian with diabetes. 

You can read the full show notes at www.soundbitesrd.com.

May 18, 2017

“At the age of 42, I wrote my first book on the gluten-free diet but did not know at the time I had celiac disease. I wasn’t diagnosed until age 52. The change in my health has been so dramatic since I have gone gluten-free.” – Shelley Case 

Registered dietitian Shelley Case is an international gluten-free nutrition expert, speaker, consultant, and author of the national best-seller Gluten Free: The Definitive Resource Guide.  

Ironically, at age 42 she wrote her first book on the gluten-free diet to help clients and registered dietitians but did not know at the time she had celiac disease. She did not get diagnosed until ten years later at the age of 52.  Shelley’s new 5th edition book is now available and it’s jam-packed with practical information about the gluten-free diet. Whether you are a consumer, health professional, chef, food manufacturer or anyone else who needs accurate information about this complex diet…Gluten Free: The Definitive Resource Guide is the book for you!

Read the full show notes at www.soundbitesrd.com.

 

May 2, 2017

 “Healthy eating today is one tough job! The good news is simple tweaks in food choices and eating habits often set you on a healthier path.” – Hope Warshaw

 

Hope Warshaw is a nationally recognized dietitian and diabetes educator with years of experience and expertise as an author, freelance writer, media spokesperson and consultant. She is a contributing editor for Diabetic Living Magazine, writes the Nutrition Q&A column in The Washington Post and in 2017 is the Immediate Past President of the American Association of Diabetes Educators. 

Hope offers practical and realistic solutions for healthier eating – to individuals in counseling sessions and to millions through her best-selling books, magazine articles, social media and TV or radio interviews.

Hope is a go-to expert on weight control tips, diabetes management and meal planning, healthier restaurant eating, low calorie sweeteners and general nutrition guidance. She has appeared on Good Morning America, CNN, TV Food Network, ABC Live, The Diane Rhem Show and many local TV and radio shows.

Hope has been quoted in USA Today, US News, HEALTH, Shape, Diabetes Forecast, Eat This Not That, Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, Today’s Dietitian, Men's Fitness, and more. 

You can read the full show notes at www.soundbitesrd.com

Apr 18, 2017

 “The term ‘healthy’ is as subjective as ‘tasty’ – and it’s used by grandmothers and marketers all over the world to “sell” food.” – June Jo Lee

June Jo Lee is a Food Ethnographer, User / Stakeholder Experience Designer and Strategist. She has spent over a decade in ordinary and extraordinary kitchens to understand how and why we eat.

As the Resident Food Ethnographer for Google Food and UMass Dining, June Jo provides user insights, multi-stakeholder design and strategic visioning. She is a member of Google Food Lab and speaker at food industry events including Grain Gathering, Monterey Bay Aquarium, CIA’s Menu of Change, Oldways, Nutrition and Health, American Heart Association, Natural Expo West, National Cooperative Grocers and FARE. Previously, she was VP of Strategic Insights at The Hartman Group, leading qualitative research projects for Whole Foods Market, Safeway, Target, Starbucks’ Evolution Fresh, Dairy Management Inc, Kraft, Nestle, Hersey, Heinz, General Mills, Kellogg’s, PepsiCo. 

June Jo studied anthropology at Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and started her career in food as a produce team member at the original Whole Foods Market in Austin. She grew up between Seoul Korea, Texas and California.

You can read the full show notes at www.soundbitesrd.com

Apr 4, 2017

“Diabetes doesn’t just affect me – it affects my whole family. When I was diagnosed, everyone was diagnosed. It’s a multiple person battle.”- Carmel  

 

When my niece Carmel was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes three years ago at the age of 14, I felt sad and helpless. As a diabetes educator, I wanted to support her and her family but I didn’t know how. I finally realized that the best way to do that was to continue to see Carmel for who she is – a sweet person whom I love very much – and know that diabetes is just one small part of her. However, diabetes is a huge part of Carmel’s day to day life, and her family’s life, too! I sat down and talked with Carmel and her mom Gina to find out more about their diabetes journey to share with you as part of my Do MORE with Diabetes series. 

Get the full show notes at www.soundbitesrd.com.

Mar 21, 2017

“To every person who has felt guilty or confused at the grocery store – May this give you the permission to feel good about your family’s food!” - Michele Payn  

 

“Food is at the center of so many traditions. Food is essential to our bodies. Food deserves to be celebrated, enjoyed and shared. The same could be said about the truth in food.” – Michele Payn

Michele Payn, CSP, is the author of the newly released Food Truths from Farm to Table, who speaks from the intersection of farm and food to bring clarity and common sense to the grocery store. Already named an Amazon #1 New Release, Payn’s new book brings an unheard voice in the highly emotional food debate and helps readers understand how food is really produced, answers food critics and points out how food marketing and labels are often half-truths or even “less-than-half-truths.”

Known as one of North America’s leading farm and food advocates, Payn has an in-depth understanding of both sides of the plate and is passionate about getting back to the truth in food raised the right way, by the right people, for the right reasons. She is an in-demand media resource whose work has appeared in USA Today, Food Insight, Food & Nutrition Magazine, Grist, and others as well as on NPR and CNN. She has earned the Certified Speaking Professional designation, awarded to <10% of speakers worldwide and holds degrees in Agricultural Communications and Animal Science. 

You can read the full show notes at www.soundbitesrd.com

Mar 7, 2017

“I believe you can control your diabetes instead of letting it control you. I live with diabetes every day and want to show others how you can thrive with diabetes….in spite of diabetes.” – Toby Smithson

 

Toby Smithson is a registered dietitian nutritionist and certified diabetes educator. She has a master’s of science degree in nutrition and wellness with an emphasis in entrepreneurship. In addition to her professional credentials, Toby has successfully managed her own type 1 diabetes for over 4 decades.

Toby has been a media spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics for nine years, is the founder of DiabetesEveryDay.com and author of Diabetes meal Planning and Nutrition for Dummies.

Toby kicks off the new Do M.O.R.E. with Diabetes series on the podcast, so look for more interviews with diabetes experts as well as people who live with diabetes every day.

You can read the full show notes at www.soundbitesrd.com

Feb 21, 2017

“I believe good food makes your life better. I believe feeding your soul makes your life richer. My passion is sharing the news that delicious food can be enjoyed and healthful—on the same fork.” – Judy Barbe

Judy Barbe is a registered dietitian who has been bringing realistic solutions to tables for more than 20 years. As the author of Your 6-Week Guide to LiveBest, Simple Solutions for Fresh Food & Well-Being and LiveBest Seasonally, a Fresh Approach to Living with Vitality, she shows people how to make better-for-you choices through her website, original recipes, speaking engagements, newspaper columns, blogs and webinar series. 

Judy’s unique perspective includes representing local dairy farmers, participating in her own family’s cattle ranch and being a beekeeper. These farm-to-table experiences help her bridge the gap between urban customers and today’s modern farming practices. 

Judy educates both nutrition professionals and the public on the topic of food waste, providing ideas they can implement at home to be part of the solution to this global concern. Her recipes and recommendations have been featured on MensFitness.com, Lovoinc.com, Shape.com, FitnessMagazine.com, FilmJournal.com, and WeightWatchers.com. 

You can read the full show notes at www.soundbitesrd.com

Feb 8, 2017

Survey Says: Many consumers are choosing “clean” and “mindful” eating as their path to healthier living instead of “dieting”. More than 1700 Registered Dietitians weighed in on the fifth annual “What’s Trending in Nutrition” survey by Pollock Communications and Today’s Dietitian. 

Pollock Communications and leading nutrition trade magazine, Today's Dietitian, released the results of their fifth annual "What's Trending in Nutrition" national food trend survey, which polled over 1,700 registered dietitians (RDs) across the country on the upcoming year's big trends in food and eating. This year overall, results reveal a decline in consumers' interest in dieting. Instead, many are choosing clean and mindful eating as their path to healthier living. For the last five years, the “What's Trending in Nutrition” survey has been a leader in identifying and tracking the next significant trends in food for the upcoming year including what foods are topping the coveted Top 10 Superfoods list.

Dr. Jenna A. Bell is a Senior Vice President, Director of Food and Wellness for Pollock Communications where she helps healthy brands translate science for consumers and connect with the nutrition experts. Jenna is the co-author of Energy to Burn:  The Ultimate Food & Nutrition Guide to Fuel your Active Lifestyle and Launching Your Dietetics Career.  She is an international presenter at professional conferences, has been published in scientific journals, and has been featured in countless print publications and on the web including Us Weekly, Self Magazine, Fitness Magazine, Men’s Health, and Runner’s World, and has appeared on the Daily Buzz, ABC, NBC and FOX affiliates, local and national radio programs and podcasts. 

Jenna is a two-time Ironman Finisher and has completed three marathons. In addition, she has competed in numerous sprint and Olympic distance triathlons and road races. She is co-founder of Swim, Bike, Run, Eat! and has provided nutrition seminars with professional athletes at major athletic events like the Boston Marathon, the ING New York City Marathon, Bank of American Chicago Marathon and the Ford Ironman World Championship in Kona, HI. 

You can read the full show notes at www.soundbitesrd.com

Jan 26, 2017

“Cooking with Love and Loving to Eat…I’m on a mission to provide both adults and youth with delicious and nutritious recipes and tips to optimize performance and fuel health.” – Sarah Koszyk

 

Sarah Koszyk is a sports dietitian and weight management specialist and the founder of Family. Food. Fiesta., a healthy recipe blog including kid cooking videos and meals the entire family will enjoy. She is the author and co-author of multiple books including: 25 Anti-Aging Smoothies for Revitalizing, Glowing Skin, Brain Food: 10 Simple Foods that will Increase Your Focus, Improve Your Memory and Decrease Depression, Whole Body Reboot: The Peruvian Superfoods Diet to Detoxify, Energize, and Supercharge Fat Loss and her newest book: 365 Snacks for Every Day of the Year.

Sarah writes monthly columns for many publications including UltraRunning magazine, Swimmer magazine, NutritionJobs, and ExerciseJobs. She is bilingual in Spanish and English, and is a Nutrition Coach for individuals and families in both sports nutrition & weight management.

You can read the full show notes at www.soundbitesrd.com

Jan 10, 2017

“Don’t base your food and nutrition decisions on scary headlines and rush to eliminate entire food groups from your meals. Instead, check the facts with reliable sources and a registered dietitian nutritionist.” – Neva Cochran

 

Neva Cochran is a nutrition communications consultant in Dallas. She works with a variety of food and beverage industry clients to promote science-based food and nutrition information, translating it into consumer-friendly messages people can use to enjoy eating a nutrient-rich diet.

Her expertise lies in looking beyond the sensationalized food and nutrition headlines trumpeted in the media to discover the real facts and the true story.  She wants people to know that good nutrition is not about avoiding certain foods or categorizing foods and ingredients as “good” and “bad” but about eating a variety of foods in moderation, balancing choices and burning calories through more physical activity so you can enjoy the foods you love.

You can read the full show notes and activate all the links and resources at www.soundbitesrd.com.

Dec 13, 2016

“When I was working on my first book I surveyed 1000 people and 2 out of 3 reported they eat due to stress. The reality is, life throws us curve balls and food can become your comforter, your best friend. But food is only a quick fix and ultimately we have to deal with the underlying issues.” – Dr. Susan Mitchell

 

Dr. Susan Mitchell took her nutrition degree and turned it in to a 20+ year successful small business. By developing leadership and speaking skills, honing media skills, and acquiring business acumen, Susan has worked with some of the top food companies and PR firms. She is the co-author of three books including, Fat is Not Your Fate (Simon & Schuster), Eat to Stay Young (Kensington) and I’d Kill for a Cookie (Penguin). She is also producer and host of the podcast Breaking Down Nutrition: Your Digest for What Works, What Doesn’t (available in both medical professional and consumer versions). Susan is a Fellow of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, the recipient of the 2015 Media Award from the Florida Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, and earned her PhD from the University of Tennessee.

You can read the full show notes and access the resources at www.soundbitesrd.com.

Nov 16, 2016

In this episode, Sarah and I discuss the many ways we’ve done “MORE” with dinner since our last episode in June! We also reflect on the past year and how we want to #domorewithdinner in 2017.

 

Sarah and I have continued doing “MORE” with dinner over the past several months and we finally sit down to review everything and share our successes (and failures) with you. As always, life can get in the way of dinnertime plans, but we are happy to report that we are still doing our weekly meal planning, have tried a few new recipes, had some fun in the kitchen, and even more fun around the dinner table. We hope you enjoy hearing about our learnings and will share back with us how YOU are doing “MORE” with dinner!

You can read the full show notes and access all the links and resources at www.soundbitesrd.com

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