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The 6 Most Important Ways to Build Peak Digestive Powers

June 13, 2024 18 min read

Plus a Little Known Secret to True Health and Happiness!

This is one of the most important messages I have presented thus far in the way of dietary insights. Key insights are presented into all diet forms—Carnivore, Keto, Paleo, Vegetarian, Vegan, Fruitarian, and Breatharian. 

Due to the central importance of digestive health on the proper functioning of every organ and system in the body, including energy levels, memory, mental capacity, hormonal balance, immune function, detoxification, mood, sleep, reproduction, nerves, heart, circulation, and many other aspects of human existence, I am using this subject to canvas the big picture of life and reveal several primary ways to heal virtually any condition and build health to any level desired.

You will learn specific keys that can immediately begin to improve, not just your digestive health, but your overall health, as well as your foundational sense of purpose and happiness.

We are going to canvas a broad picture of life, and connect this big picture directly to your personal overall health, which is specifically related to your choice of diet, your innate digestive powers, and more importantly, your personal viewpoint about life and self.

It may well be worth taking the time to contemplate these concepts, as they go far beyond just the digestive needs of the body.  

The Importance of Nutritional Building Blocks

Can you build a brick wall without bricks?  Clearly this will not work.

It is quite evident that the human body was originally made from the material elements and life forms of Nature referred to as the "dust" or "clay" of the earth.  Therefore, plant and mineral nutrients drawn from earth's storehouse, will logically provide the most compatible building blocks for human physiology.

Every biological system within the body requires its own set of metabolic compounds to operate at peak performance, and the nutrients required to create those compounds are best drawn from the resources of the earth, rather than from the laboratories of chemicals, toxic synthetic processes, or isolated vitamins or minerals. 

The human digestive system is no exception. Feed your digestive system with its unique nutritional requirements (along with proper food combining practices) and your digestive system will produce all the digestive juices you need (regardless of your age) and deliver nutrients exactly where they need to go.

Leave out certain digestive nutrient building blocks when consuming a meal, or supply the body with synthetic foods or single, isolated nutrients, void of the complex arrangements from Nature, and parts of your digestive system will simply fail to function at peak performance.

What follows are my responses to a few commonly asked questions on this subject.

The answers are drawn from 70+ years of life experience, beginning with a very poor level of digestive health, then recognizing what dietary choices caused that to be, and discovering what resources can be found in Nature to restore and amplify the digestive powers of the body naturally.

At the same time, I recognize that there is a direct relationship between digestion and perception. What we perceive to be true about life and self directly impacts our physical health, especially in the area of digestion, regardless of the diet that we select.

What you will learn in this article is how to combine wisdom about the diet with the ancient principles of manifest creation, in order to improve your overall health, your digestive powers, and your general state of peace and fulfillment.

Q: What are the most important therapeutic sources for improving digestive health?

Humor me a little bit as I answer this question by beginning with the origins of all material existence. There is a reason for this, as will become clear once we move forward through this explanation.

Understanding the origins of material existence will reveal some of the secrets to achieving ideal states of digestive health, and surprisingly, even a disease-free lifestyle, regardless of your choice of diet.  

In brief, digestion is clearly affected by thoughts and resultant emotions.  It is also affected by toxins, environmental factors, food combining, and the quality of the food consumed. 

In order to obtain the greatest benefit from what Nature has supplied to us for our digestive health, it is helpful to first know something about how Nature and the human body were formed, and second to recognize what we can do to work within the Laws of Nature to increase our own digestive powers.  

The Building Blocks of the Material Universe

The following, in an approximate creative sequence, expresses the step down process of manifestations that lead to the construction of all material and non-material existence. 

The Laws and Principles of Nature govern this entire process.

From a variety of both scientific and historical spiritual figures, the process of manifesting material existence can be approximated in the following way: 

The physical gaseous and mineral elements of the Periodic Chart, as well as thoughts, souls, emotions, and the infinite number of frequencies that distinguish one unique object or event from another, are ultimately derived from the most primal building block of creation—prana (also known as chi, the God particle, Higgs boson, adamantines, and the "first light" of creation). 

Our material existence began as pure prana, then various frequencies of light, thought, souls, electromagnetism, and plasma, which continued to become more and more dense in ways that eventually formed the gaseous and mineral elements of our Periodic Chart, and subsequently the physical world in which we live.

All of these various forms are derived from the original building block, referred to here as "prana", which, in turn, was drawn from the Unified Field, or "Spirit of Life".  Spirit itself is a direct manifestation from the heart of the One Original Source of All, that some refer to as God. 

Therefore, prana, as a direct manifestation from Source, is assembled into the multitude of visible and non-visible aspects of this universe, including the human body. 

As can be seen here, the elements of the human biological system are intimately related to Nature from our most Primal Origin to our present day. 

Now let's tie this foundational material of creation (prana) to the human digestive tract, the diet, the freedom to choose our own perspectives about self and life, and the effect these choices have on our digestion, our health, and our well being.

Elements of the Periodic Chart Assembled by Nature into Plant and Mineral Nutrients, and by the Body Into Essential Metabolic Compounds

The physical elements of the Periodic Chart are foundational to the construct of the human body, and of course, the molecular composition of the body's internal digestive enzymes, HCL acid, sugar regulating hormones, liver function, friendly bacteria propagation, and numerous supportive functions of the body that are tangentially involved in digestion.

With sufficient mineral elements from whole earthen sources, the body can design and build its own metabolic compounds, which include its own internally created medicines.  

The Education of Nutrients

Plant based nutrients, when taken up by the plant itself as a result of the growing process, become "educated" through their life experience within the plant.

In a sense, they are "learning" how to benefit higher life forms by first being of benefit to the plant itself.

These nutrients, when consumed, then form the physical foundational nourishment for body systems (along with their organs, glands, and fluids).

A mineral element taken up by the plant roots takes on electromagnetic functions within the living plant itself and thereby "learns" a few basic ways it can be of service to the human, or animal, or soil when ingested or decomposed.

A rock, or molten lava, goes through a similar, but more primitive, learning process as it is decomposed into a clay or humate.

Clay minerals, humic and fulvic acids, and monoatomic elements serve as the most valuable resources for cellular vitality and detoxification, which are central keys to physical, mental, and emotional health. 

This being said, it is clear that garden produce, herbs (including sea vegetables), and earthen sources like clays, humates, and salts are among the most original and suitable nutrient sources for the organic human body, in general. 

When created by Nature (rather than in a laboratory) they possess electromagnetic "information" that is helpful to the human body.

While composed of the same elements of the Periodic Chart, the laboratory designed chemicals, extracted and isolated plant compounds, and other fragments of Nature's original designs, do not possess the same complexity of "education" and electromagnetic properties of the similar compound found within the comprehensive nutrient profile of a plant or a clay.

In other words, whole earthen resources possess multidimensional properties of electromagnetism and healing powers designed into them from the beginning of time

Laboratory concoctions and isolated metals and minerals do not share the same multidimensional properties as what the whole plant, or the original mineral source, educated through thousands of years of plant and mineral evolution, would possess.

With that said, what are the 6 most important ways to build peak digestive powers? 

6 Specific Natural Resources Required by the Human Digestive System for Peak Performance

There are a few basic necessities for therapeutic natural resources and life practices. 

The physical plant and mineral sources mentioned here are also just concentrated prana in a more material form compared to the breath.

1) Herbs in the form of herbal bitters, digestive spices, and herbal hormone regulators, also essential to digestive processes. 

2) Minerals in the form of clay, humic/fulvic earth, and salts for their mineral nutrients and electrical vitality

3) Various plant compounds (for their enzymes and "educated" nutrients)

4) Soil based organisms (SBO's), and prebiotic food sources for the SBOs to make them multiply, which serve as the foundation of a healthy digestive tract

5) Proper food combining practices

6) Prana, through a health-giving life approach that centers around "gratitude, unity, oneness, wholeness, order, happiness, breath, and inner healing" (more on this below)

Together these form an empowering array of vital nutrients and vitalizing energy for peak digestive effectiveness.

Now, let's discuss a few important basics about diet and how you can maximize the benefits of any dietary choice selected. 

The True Secret to Health (That Is Not Dependent on Diet)

A Live Blood Microscopist, who has been examining blood under the microscope for over 25 years, discovered the true secret to physical health when he came across a client that ate a terrible diet – but held a very happy, accepting disposition naturally toward others and obviously toward himself.

He loved his family, was close to his children, loved to laugh, and could sail through difficulties with ease. His happiness radiated from his face naturally. 

He had the most perfect blood that this microscopist had ever seen, and has ever seen since. 

I suspect this gentleman's internal state of self-acceptance and happiness filled his body with prana naturally all the time. His food choices were no match for an internal state of serenity, living from a place of love and acceptance. 

The food he ate didn't matter. 

I learned a great lesson that day. Something that will stay with me for the rest of my life. 

In support of this evidence, Dr. Joe Dispenza has found that the pineal gland produces a melatonin derivative chemical (a metabolite) that serves as a potent antioxidant, so powerful that no illness can survive in the body when this chemical is flowing through the bloodstream on a regular basis. 

The key to producing this chemical from the pineal gland naturally, however, is living in an elevated state of "gratitude, unity, oneness, wholeness, and order".

Why? "Because this is the signature of the unified field", Dr. Joe explains.

Therefore, choosing "gratitude, unity, oneness, wholeness, and order" as a natural response to any and all memories or experiences, is a key to remaining in a state of ideal health, regardless of the diet.  It is also a primary key to restoring and maintaining youthfulness!

In the meanwhile, until we can clear enough of our inner stuff to be unaffected by the food choices we make, or decide to go the breatharian route, it is best to be aware of what foods and food combining practices will affect us negatively, and then chose a wise, educated path forward in the area of diet.

Flesh Foods, Consciousness, and Necessity

Just like an infant, whose diet does not require flesh food, the most original humans also did not require flesh foods. 

Within the 'Garden of Eden", the killing of animals for food was not a requirement.  So much abundance surrounded them that there was no need to hunt, cook, store, wash dishes, etc., that is so central to modern living today. 

What changed? 

It is quite likely, that meats entered the diet as a result of diminished food supplies, geological and weather disturbances, and a nomadic lifestyle (rather than living in a self-propagating homestead garden site), with the necessity for taking life to survive, a habit that eventually became habitual. 

The fact that a portion of our ancestors ate meat does not automatically translate to the belief that humans need to eat meat today to achieve optimal health.

However, the requirement for meat among some is not to be disregarded, it simply needs to be understood and applied with wisdom, as with all food choices. 

The original humans, the ones that lived in a natural paradise filled with fruits and vegetables grown perennially, with an abundance of pollens that filled the air, obviously had no need to kill in order to survive. 

"They ate as they breathed."  And they drew from what was naturally provided and freely given by the animals, insects, and plants. 

A utopian world of that nature is filled with prana, pollens, heavily ionized air, and highly structured water.

Pollen alone is a complete food source.  Both pollen from bees (or directly when consuming a flower) and pollen from pine trees are phenomenal in their nutrient profiles.

With prana, or chi, as the generic, indivisible, smallest particle in existence, and being the foundational building block of all material creation, its presence is infinite and inexhaustible. 

Prana surrounds us entirely. We can absorb more of it with simple deep breathing directed with our intention.

It can form into anything the body needs, given the proper intent directing its action, which gives this primal building block behind all visible and invisible existence the greatest of importance when it comes to healing the physical form of any kind of imbalance.

These highly dense nutritive foods were staples for the most advanced people of the earth who lived prior to the building of the dolmans of ancient Rus over 10,000 years ago and the people of the Romanian region over 9,000 years ago.

Fruits and vegetables were used largely for enjoyment. True nourishment was derived from the prana, pollen, and moisture that filled the heavily ionized air within their personally designed perennial garden space.

Physical substance included goat's milk, honey, and specially prepared grains for some.  Herbs, spring water, sunlight, mushrooms, fruits, nuts, grains, and vegetables in moderate quantities were sufficient to maintain high levels of mental and physical health. 

The diet was light. The societies lived in close harmony with Nature and cherished a daily communion with Source.

More on Flesh Foods

Flesh foods play a major role for many in diets of today, so they are not to be ignored.  They serve a purpose.  Any transition from denser foods to lighter foods need to be taken gradually and in accordance with each one's readiness.

It is the attitude of the heart that keeps the body whole, much more so than the actual diet chosen.

Yet, because flesh foods add undue strain on the human digestive system, thereby increasing constipation, along with a push to the acid side of the balance, they are not to be seen as the optimal food for ideal digestive health.

Possibly for other reasons, just not for peak performance in digestive powers. 

The same holds true for other constipating foods like nuts, cheese, yogurt, cream, eggs, sugar, and processed foods in general.

This does not mean they cannot be eaten, but if your goal is to maximize digestive performance, it is best to leave these out, or minimize them, (or increase your intake of bile stimulant herbs like Digestive Bitters and blood sugar stabilizing herbs like Blood Sugar Balance), until your goal has been achieved, then reintegrate those foods according to your preference.

Diets tend to evolve naturally when the intent is strong enough.

(See How to Get Enough Protein Without Eating Meat for a deeper insight into the choice for flesh foods.)

No One Diet for Everyone

There is no "one diet that fits all". All things are acceptable under the right circumstances. Our purpose in life includes having experiences of all kinds, learning something from them, then making new choices. 

This is simply the process through which a soul within a body evolves naturally. 

Flesh foods help with grounding.

Fruits help with cleansing and lifting consciousness.

Vegetables do so without triggering detox reactions in the way fruits can. 

Root vegetables provide prebiotic inulin.

Above ground vegetables contain a variety of nutritional elements based on color, soils, location, and species.

Herbs and clays provide medicinal properties in additional to their nutrient profiles.

Some people's digestive systems, splenic systems, and individual digestive limitations (commonly due to medical treatments and exposures to toxins, mold, EMFs, etc.) can interfere with the assimilation of the refined energy from lighter foods, and will simply require some flesh foods and cooked foods for sustenance.

They all have their purposes. Our task is to learn and grow from their use.

My Personal History With Flesh Foods and Inner Healing

I ate flesh foods until my mid 50's, almost 15 years ago. Then, with increased writing and meditating, and after years of intense inner healing practices, I noticed that I simply lost interest in flesh foods.

Occasionally I craved lox or cooked salmon, and ate some at those times, but I eventually lost interest in that as well.

I don't miss flesh foods, they don't appeal to me now. I have sea vegetables and my superfood blends, so I have no need for animal flesh, although I regularly consume home grown eggs, raw butter, and homemade whey.

Yet, I do not believe everyone should eat like me. We are so different and on individual life paths, it makes no sense to think everyone should eat the same. 

Frankly, the idea of the breatharian lifestyle is appealing to me, but I have not made that leap yet, nor would I recommend it for everyone.  Whatever one chooses, it is not wise to be dogmatic about it.  Each person's diet needs to fit their unique situation. 

Periodic fasting of various kinds, on the other hand, can be helpful for all diet types.

My personal observation is that the inner healing of pain, traumas, resentments, etc. is the fastest and most direct path to preferring lighter foods.

Meditation alone does not seem to change dietary practices much. But a dynamic inner healing process does, probably because it lightens one's basic approach to life more powerfully than passive meditation.

When this happens we are naturally absorbing more prana, the basic building block of all nutritional sources, bar none.

Inner healing (inner shifts in consciousness) seems to be the primary cause of a natural, effortless shift toward lighter foods, or no food at all. 

Breatharians

While I have not chosen to take this step personally, I have observed in a few who practice the breatharian lifestyle, that, from a medical test perspective, they appear to be among the healthiest people in the world (not in every case, but in many who have combined the right consciousness with their simple diet).

Breatharians are those who live primarily on prana (from the air of natural wooded environments and from positive thoughts), structured water, and sunlight, with the occasional enjoyment of solid food as desired. 

Prana is sometimes referred to as the "food of the gods", when, in reality, it is the actual building block of all thing physical and non-physical. 

How Can I Obtain Nourishment From Both Solid Food and Prana?

With visual imagery combined with breath and deliberate intention.  Simply spend a minute or more, as long as you would like, visually connecting your heart energy to the center of the Earth, while standing barefooted or sock footed on the grass or soil directly. 

Grounding in this manner vitalizes the body with electrons from the Earth. This electrical energy is essential for keeping your red blood cells separate from each other so they are fully available for the oxygen and nutrient delivery to the cells of your body. 

When connecting this way, hold your palms up in any comfortable position, even with arms down along the sides of your body.  Palms up brings prana in through the hands.  With deep breaths, visualize the prana filling your lungs as well and saturating every cell of your body.  Intensify the inflow with directed intention in any manner that feels desirable.  

You can focus this pranic flow into any area of discomfort in your body to accelerate healing there, if desired.  

Vitalizing the body with an abundance of electrical ionic energy is the most central key to increasing health and healing. 

Herbs and clay also provide electrolytes, thus electrical energy, in addition to phytonutrients and a variety of mineral resources, which explains some of their natural powers to nourish and heal. 

Sunlight is also able to provide nourishing elements from almost a million frequencies of light that your body can then use to build vitamins (like vitamin D) and other nutritional requirements.  Sunlight is also a source of pranic electricity.

Why Intermittent Fasting Works

Intermittent fasting is like being a part-time breatharian.  Most breatharians consume liquids regularly.  Eating windows can range from 12 hours to 1 hour each day.  It gives the body a chance to clear out toxins and consume undigested food without having to divert energy to the task of digesting new volumes of food.

Food or juice, when desired by the breatharian, which may be two or three times a week, is consumed by some in order to simply have a taste sensation, and for social reasons—but is not required to sustain the body, unless they are living in a more populated environment in which the air is more polluted, and therefore, less vital.

With such a lifestyle, food has simply ceased to become a habit or addiction common to many today, while proving that flesh foods, or any food for that matter, are not required to maintain high levels of health – if the food reliance is replaced with an abundance of prana and an elevated state of perception that includes gratitude, unity, oneness, wholeness, order, happiness, and inner healing.

That being said, while the breatharian lifestyle solves the many health problems, it is not the wisest choice for everyone. Changes are best made gradually so they will stick over time. 

Not only that, if a highly toxic person cleans out too fast from choosing a super clean diet, it can cause more problems than before due to a flood of toxins leaving the body all at once.

Regular clay baths and clay body slurries need to be an essential part of any deep cleansing fast or dietary change.

Yet, every diet today has its food combining problems and food quality problems.

Other Diets, Food Combining, and Food Quality That Disrupt the Digestive Powers of the Body

In fact, I have observed that all popular diets today, from carnivore, to keto, to paleo, to various vegetarian styles, to vegan, to fruitarian, tend to compromise the health in one fashion or another.

In most cases it is due to simple food combining practices, like consuming:

  • nuts with fruit (as in granola, trail mixes, muesli, and a raw food pie),

  • olive oil or butter with honey,

  • chocolate sweetened with coconut nectar or other concentrated sugars or fruits,

  • or eating a sweet dessert after a meal containing fats and oils.

Proving this principle, I tested my blood sugar before and 2-3 hours after eating raw honey of the highest quality (still in the honeycomb), alone on Einkorn sourdough bread, first thing in the morning. My blood sugar was 97 before and 102 after.  

Then, after a short while, I mixed raw cow's butter with the same honey and bread as before. My blood started at 97 again and had jumped to 127 two hours later (a 30 point spread).

Concentrated sugars (including honey) and fats are not good combinations if you want to maintain high levels of digestive and circulatory health.

More Difficulties With Various Diets That Disrupt Digestion 

In some cases the difficulties arise from eating an excess of high oxalic acid foods like spinach, chard, nuts, beet greens, chocolate, etc.  Yet, high oxalic acid foods only cause a problem (like create kidney stones) with those whose basic body constitution is also acidic,

Eating and drinking a diet heavy on the items that keep the body acidic, like coffee, grapefruit, most grains, animal products, worry/stress, etc., and not enough foods that keep the body at a normal pH level of 7.35, like seaweeds, algae, alfalfa, nettle, moringa, and other chlorophyl-dense foods, tends to promote digestive problems and subsequent health issues.

In other cases it can simply be due to eating conventional foods commonly sprayed with chemicals that destroy the soil and destroy your gut microbiome. 

Most commonly, it is due to eating concentrated sugars, like white and brown sugars, coconut nectar, maple syrup, agave, etc. or too much fruit that overworks the spleen, pancreas, and adrenals in an effort to manage the intense concentration of sugar.

The "natural" sugar concentrates are excessive because they are boiled down to a concentrate, and therefore they create a sugar excess that proliferates bacteria, yeast, and parasites (whose natural function is to consume excesses).

Most fruits today are grown in mineral deficient soils. Their low mineral content reduces the body's ability to assimilate the fruit sugars. 

Artificial sweeteners like Aspartame, Sucralose, Saccharin, Erythritol, Xylitol, Mannitol, Sorbitol, etc. – all of which are commonly derived from GMO corn or beets and other chemicals – cause far more harm to the body's metabolism due to their isolated, extracted, and chemically-derived compositions. 

Shockingly these distortions of Nature are found in numerous "health foods", energy drinks, and health products. 

Sugar Alternatives

The only sweeteners I have found to be safe, if used in proper moderation and away from fats, dairy, and oils are Yacon Root powder, tiny amounts of pure Monk Fruit (without any additives), unconcentrated Green Leaf Stevia Powder powder, Licorice Root Powder, and Ceylon Cinnamon, other whole fruits (in extreme moderation), and high quality, unheated honey (again in extreme moderation),(however, very few honeys exist today that are not contaminated by garden sprayed chemicals within 2 miles of the hive, which is the distance the bees fly to gather pollen).

Sucrose, glucose, and fructose, consumed in excess, tend to increase bacteria, yeast, and parasites, resulting in numerous health problems, including sepsis, tooth inflammation, bed sores, chronic fatigue, and the list goes on.

If I am going to use a sweetener in a non-fat situation, these three can be combined together or used separately in proper moderation. Cinnamon can be used more liberally, whereas the other two need to be used in small amounts. A good ratio to start with is:

3 parts Ceylon Cinnamon powder

2 parts Licorice Root Powder 

1 part Green Leaf Stevia Powder

Or try our Cinnamon Spice Blend

Where do I get the bitter herbs, digestive spices, earth based minerals, and SBO's that I need to restore and maintain my digestive powers?

The Digestive Bitters formula provides herbal nourishment for your complete digestive system from top to bottom (pun intended). The formula includes bitter herbs, digestive spice, laxative effects, and a few hormone regulators designed to meet the nutritional needs of each organ and gland participating in the digestive process.

The Herbal C formula provides fruits naturally high in vitamin C.  Whole fruit sources are superior forms of vitamin C compared to the isolated versions of ascorbic acid and citric acid.  This formula supports digestive health, immune system activation, bile production, (thus a mild laxative effect), and glutathione production (central to detoxification).

The Friendly Flora formula provides a complex array of Soil Based Organisms (SBO's) in combination with prebiotic food sources for the probiotic organisms (prebiotics make the pros multiply in the gut faster).  Supports digestion and provides a mild laxative effect.

The Mineral Manna formula provides five earth based mineral sources: Ancient Plant Minerals, Sacred Clay, Humic/Fulvic Earth, Himalayan Salt & Ormalite, supplying a broad array of macro & trace minerals as prebiotics, and for the construction of digestive metabolic compounds essential to peak digestive performance.

Ancient Mineral Blend provides a naturally occurring source of both calcium and magnesium that is commonly used to relax muscles, stop cramps, and improve laxativity.

The Adrenal Revive formula provides herbs that specifically promote balanced hormone production from the adrenal glands—which serve as a foundation for digestive health, sugar regulation, allergy mitigation, and cellular energy.  It also serves as the fastest way to restore depleted adrenals. 

With this comprehensive description, going back to the most primal particles that make up the entire physical universe, covering the critical role of attitudes and perspectives about self and life that offer the ultimate secret to ideal health, and discovering a few wise approaches to supporting your digestive organs naturally, there is every reason why progress can be made today to improve your digestive efficiency with one or more of the suggestion covered in this material.

May your journey to ideal digestive health be fruitful and rewarding!
Enjoy the many gifts from Nature!  

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Michael King
Michael King

Michael King is a Life Enrichment Consultant, a natural intuitive, a researcher of Nature's most powerful healing resources the world over, the author of "Detoxify, Nourish & Build – Three Essentials for Vibrant Health", the Vital Health News Updates – a periodic newsletter documenting the most life-building natural resources on the planet, The Blessing Transformation, and the co-author of Life Chats with Oversoul – an ongoing dialogue designed to gain clarity and direction while navigating the immense changes going into the New Era. Michael is also an advocate of sustainable gardening, environmental responsibility, and an architect of ways to increase global food production.



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