My Sky Doc Rafael #2
By Candace Frieze & Rafael
CANDACE: Hi, Everyone. I apologize for the time spent since the last message.
I had several "down days" spent on the couch. I spent that time
watching three DVD's about 911. The recent one put out by www.reopen911.com
is particularly good. I, also, watched "In Plane Sight," and
the Alex Jones film "911, The Road to Tyranny," which not only
covers 911 but shows how the BBB&G’s have planned many wars
to fit the need at hand. I am, also, spending increasing time with certain
e-mail because the answers require more time. I have begun to spend time
with some folks, who might be prospective members of my organization,
AbundantHope. I needed some time off. Actually, I have put in up to 80
hours a week these last three and one half months. I was mentally a bit
We continue on with the material about the excess phosphate and protein
in our diets. As mentioned last time, Rafael wanted me to discuss the
extra low phosphate diet I am on at this time. The purpose of this is
to take in considerably less phosphate than my body requires, and thus,
use some of the phosphate stored in my body. I recently raised my Guaifenesin
( Guai) to further enhance my kidney's ability to remove the stored phosphate
materials. Rafael will make a further comment here of interest.
RAFAEL: Good day, this day of Tuesday, May 17th. I AM Rafael come again
to add bits and pieces to this message. I made the comment in the prior
message that if you wish to ascend your body, you will come off meat and
dairy. Now, you do not have to do this suddenly, as I realize some people's
bodies take a little time to adjust to change, and that, also, food habits
and cooking methods take some time to change.
Some of you living long on meat and other high protein foods may experience
digestive upsets with change. This is related to the bacteria you have
in your gut, and the assorted digestive enzymes you produce. Cut back
on the meat gradually, and gradually increase the consumption of fruits
and vegetables and the plants high in protein.
If you are sensitive to cooked dried beans and peas, simply add these
gradually in small quantities. Do this regularly such as, maybe, twice
a week. If you only eat the beans once a month and in a large quantity,
your system will not change to accommodate them as easily. Small and frequent
is a better way to go. Sometimes adding a pinch of baking soda to beans
during cooking can reduce the gas formed from them.
A major reason to move onto plant food consumption only is that plants
are high in photonic energy. They create some of their own needs by using
photosynthesis [light] in addition to taking nutrition from the soil.
As your body ascends you will gradually change from eating food made from
animals to food made from plants [photons].Thus, your body will become
a "Light Body".
When you eat meat the cow or other animal gets the benefit of this photonic
energy. You do not. Your body that is gradually changing to Light needs
this photonic energy of the plant. This is what the concept "Light
Body" is all about. You are, indeed, building a body of Light. This
is quite a time consuming process. It is not an overnight event.
During the beginning changes you may change your diet gradually to accommodate
your tastes. I still want you to substitute organic meat, cheese and dairy
if you can find it. Eating abused animals is not good and furthers the
negativity on this planet. In the giving up of meat it should only take
a couple of months to change your system and your cooking and buying habits.
Fifth dimensional people by definition do not consume animal flesh, not
only because of the nature of the changing body, but also because they
abhor killing. Those choosing 5D behavior, choose life.
As you form your "Light Body", you will gradually increase,
also, your ability to absorb what many label as "pranic" [life-giving,
sun] energy. This is what plants basically do. They have "bodies"
that make use of pranic energy. As your body changes, you will, also,
notice that it takes fewer calories to maintain it. These are calories
from both energy foods and protein foods. You have a little time to start
the changing of your diet, but you do not have years. Earth is in the
outer fringes of the photon belt now, and your sun has been in it continually
since around 2000. It is time, my friends, to consider this.
CANDACE: I plan to prepare a paper that will include some cooking techniques
and recipes for those unfamiliar with soy products, should you chose to
use them. I will, also, include a tasty recipe for veggie burgers that
tastes similar enough to hamburger that you will enjoy it with all the
trimmings of a hamburger.
I spent several hours in two grocery stores, recently, looking at the
phosphate and protein content of foods. This was quite an eye-opener.
The mainstream grocery I used was Walmart. I haven't purchased meat for
some time now. I discovered that all of Walmart's beef, chicken and pork
with the exception of hamburger has added phosphate. This includes roasts
and steaks. Many meat products have additives to improve color, also,
as the red juices will prove. The labels indicated 10% to 12% added ingredients
for moisture. You have to read the bottom part of the label to see that
this is phosphate.
Just about every crunchy snack food with a seasoning or coating added
had phosphate somewhere in the ingredients. They, also, have many other
additives such as MSG. Many of the rice and noodle mixes have added phosphate.
Another source of phosphate is sour cream. The only brand of sour cream
not having added phosphate at Walmart was the Daisy brand, which is actually
just sour cream and nothing more.
Another common source of phosphate is baking powder which is, of course,
in the packaged baking mixes. I do not like baking powder, as I find it
very bitter. It is even in many flour tortillas. Lately, I have noticed
that flour tortillas have many additives. What ever happened to just flour,
water, a little fat and salt in them? Now, they are full of "dough"
conditioners and heaven only knows what all the other stuff is in them.
At home I use baking soda in muffins and quick breads and even in my "baking
powder" biscuits. The flavor is much improved. When you make homemade
muffins and breads add the baking soda as the last ingredient. The batter
will puff up quickly. Do not stir it down but pour it directly into your
pan while puffy.
Milk is very high in both phosphate and calcium. If you like creamed soups,
add dilute cream to them, instead. Most of the phosphate is removed in
the making of cream and butter. Cheese-spreads, Velveeta cheese and similar
products are pretty fake, and usually have many additives.The same goes
for frozen dinners. There seems to be little real food in frozen dinners.The
labels are filled with ingredients that I don't recognize as food.There
is much phosphate in many of these, also.
Don't forget your pop as a source of phosphate, especially the cola type.
I forgot to look at pop to see what is on the label. It is time to quit
drinking pop and Kool-Aid type products. It is time to quit the Jell-O
and other non-foods. It is time, also, to re-read the two messages we
called "To Your Good Health" about the use of oils and sugar
alcohols and sugar. It is time to eat real honest decent whole foods.
How much phosphate do you need? You need between 1000 to 2000 mg (milligrams)
a day. The labels that list the phosphate content of food as a percentage
of diet are based on 1000 mg a day. If the label says 10% phosphorus,
this means 100 mg. Your requirement varies by your size and your physical
activity. You should not need more than 600 to 800 mg of calcium a day,
either, unless your body is damaged, as mine is. I need to supplement
my diet with 1000 mg of calcium a day over and above what I consume in
my food to avoid muscles spasms. I tried to gradually reduce my calcium
last fall without success.
You need whole grains. This means brown rice and whole grain breads and
pasta. A great messianic idea for some of you might be to start up a decent
neighborhood bakery. We have a few in my city. The one I buy bread from
grinds their flour daily. You would not believe how wonderful bread is
that is made with fresh ground flour. Try cooked grain "berries,"
which are whole seeds cooked as cereal. I use a mixture of several grains,
which tastes great.
The whole-grain flour in regular stores has usually gone rancid. It is
bitter. Grains have a small amount of oil, and they get rancid over time
after grinding. My bread store makes quite a few varieties of breads and,
also, cookies, muffins and bagels. They make white bread for the few customers
than prefer it, but I was told awhile back that as people try their whole
grain breads they are changing to whole grains.
I buy refrigerated flour for baking from my natural food store. It has
lost some freshness, and my home baked goods are not as good as the bread
made from fresh ground flour. I want to own a counter top flour mill someday.
There is a huge difference in fresh ground flour. Those of you who might
start a bread shop should, also, offer fresh flour for home baking and
fresh tortillas. Some of you might consider a tofu shop or other neighborhood
shops for fresh food.
Now, on to my special eating plan at the moment, which is very low in
phosphate. I eat fruits and vegetables, some tofu and some soymilk. I
supplement with a small amount of protein powder, no grain, no nuts, no
seeds. A little phosphate is still necessary, so I get a bit in my tofu
and homemade soymilk.
Guess what they often add to store bought soymilk? They add calcium, and
in some brands, phosphate. Some brands of soymilk contain calcium carbonate
(Tums). I can't use these brands, as my gut hates calcium carbonate. I
get heartburn and cramping from it. The other brands have Tricalcium phosphate
in them. I had several people write to me that they can't handle the new
whole grain cereals by General Mills. This is probably due to the calcium
carbonate in them. We do not need this kind of supplementation in our
grain cereals. Vitamins, however, are useful as supplements in these grain
cereals, since they are grown on low fertility soils and produce grains
that lack natural vitamins.
Tofu can be fortified with either Calcium salts or Magnesium salts. Personally,
I find Tofu made with the Calcium salts bitter tasting. The best tasting
tofu is that made with "Nigiri" which is made from sea water.
It is the magnesium salts in the sea water that does the trick. Tofu is
just a cheese-type product made from soymilk. Tofu made with Calcium salts
does have more calcium in it, but this is within acceptable limits.
The reason I don't get to eat the nuts, grains, and other seeds is that
seeds are moderately high in phosphate. Anything that grows rapidly is
high is phosphate. Mushrooms are, also, a bit high in phosphate for that
reason. However, seeds are far lower in phosphate than milk. Watch your
yogurt. It may have extra dried milk in it which increases the calcium
You do not have to go on a diet as restrictive as mine. I chose this because
my arthritis is so severe. It won't be permanent. I, also, have cut oils
way down in order to consume more of my calories in the fruits and vegetables.
I remain on my flaxseeds, as the oil in it is important to my health.
See the previous health messages on this. This plan was custom-designed
for me by Rafael.
Fruits and vegetables are high in many healing ingredients. Besides vitamins,
there are the pigments, which are antioxidants. One of these best known
to many of you by name would be the carotene group. You should eat a variety
of color everyday. Try to consume something red, purple or blue each day.
These colors are especially good for eyesight. Even "white"
is a color when you are talking about whole plant foods. By this I mean
onions, cauliflower, bananas, apples, etc. Eat the skins that are edible
for their fiber and other nutrients.
I am required to consume lots of salad-type food, and I was asked to grind
up my salad in a blender and sip on it over the day. I use a head of assorted
dark colored greens such as Romaine lettuce, Swiss chard or red lettuce.
I add some parsley or cilantro which helps remove heavy metals, a couple
of tomatoes and one half pound of carrots and some fresh beets to provide
"red." I don't like onion in this mixture. I sometimes add some
spinach or kale.
I add some water so it grinds better. I store this in the refrigerator.
Rafael wants me to increase this until I can consume a small head of the
greens each day. So far this is a bit too much. I add real sea salt, as
well as using it in other food. Sea salt should be beige in color, not
white. Minerals can be missing in your food in this manner. If this mixture
is a bit bitter, I add a few drops of Stevia. Greens, also, provide chlorophyll,
which is highly beneficial.
One reason to puree the salad and some of my fruit, as well, is that the
vitamins and the colors are better absorbed. Also, Rafael, somehow, figured
out that I bolt my food down and I tend not to chew it well. I have not
managed to break this habit.
I, also, puree several varieties of fruit together of different colors.
I add protein powder to a serving of this. I am on egg white protein powder
because it is very low in phosphate. The phosphate in eggs is in the yolks.
I was using soy protein powder, but I discovered it has calcium and phosphate
added to it. There is no reason for this. I, also, make vegetable soups
and puree these. They are delicious.
I, also, use brown rice protein just for variety. Brown rice has the lowest
phosphate content of grains. I miss grain, so I allow myself one small
serving now and then, if I really desire it. I tried to keep a loaf of
that nice bakery bread in my freezer, but I love it so much that I had
to stop buying it. It was too tempting.
If you like whey protein powder, read the label. Some have added phosphate
and calcium. Whey does have some natural phosphate. If it does not have
extra phosphate added, then an ounce of it has about 50 mg. of phosphate.
It would be acceptable as a protein powder. You should not need protein
powder if you consume high protein plant foods such as soy and the legumes.
Many of you have written about how to get protein from only plant foods,
as well as calcium and iron. There are plenty of all of these in whole
foods. Eat variety. In the plant foods there is a balance of what you
really require without overload. All the seeds have abundant protein.
Soy is the highest of the beans. You need between 40-60 grams a day, unless
you exercise in the extreme or have a severe injury to heal. The Inner
Earth societies feed their meat-eating animals, including the saber tooth
tigers, soy steaks. These animals live very long lives on this diet. The
Inner Earth people will teach us other methods of using soy. Nobody eats
another in these societies. I am short of stature and Rafael says 40 grams
of protein is plenty for me even with my healing needs. All whole foods
have at least some protein. Fruit has the least protein. I get several
grams of protein a day just from the pureed salad. I get at least one-half
of what I need in protein even on this restricted diet. I do need to supplement
my diet with some protein while I remain on it. One-half cup serving of
many ordinary vegetables will contain 2-3 grams of protein.
When I return to "normal" eating, I will not have a protein
problem. A single slice of whole grain bread will supply 4-6 grams of
protein. That is 8-12 grams in a sandwich plus whatever else you have
between the bread slices. One-half cup of cooked dried beans supplies
6-10 grams of protein depending on the variety. Nuts have less protein
but more oils, that are beneficial and provide calories for energy as
well. Three-fourths cup of brown rice will supply three or more grams
of protein. Other grains supply significantly more protein than does rice.
There is a misunderstanding about protein. There is the belief that you
need "complete" protein, which contains all eight of the essential
amino acids. The essential amino acids are those amio acids that your
body does not manufacture. Animal foods have all of these essential amino
acids. However, they are all available in plant foods, but only a few
plant foods have all eight. Soy is one of these. The grain Quinoa is another.
However, anytime you combine legumes (beans, peas, lentils) or nuts with
a grain, you will get them all. A great example of this is a bean burrito.
You do not need all eight essential amio acids in every meal.
So, let us now discuss arthritis and ADD/Hyperactivity. If you do not,
yet, have any signs of arthritis, you may be fine. Just get the excess
phosphate out of your diet. Take the excess phosphate out of your children's
diet, regardless if they have any symptoms. If you have any of the following
symptoms, you have a problem ,and it may be time to use a little Guaifenesin
for a while. I may have to take it for several years.
How do your muscles behave when you exercise? Do you tire more easily
than your friends? Do you have difficulty jogging for more than a short
distance? When I was growing up, I was never able to ride a bicycle uphill,
even a 10-speed bike. I didn't have the exercise endurance of my friends.
Do your muscles hurt too much with repeated exercise? Have you been diagnosed
with Fibromyalgia? This means that you have multiple tender points and
chronic fatigue and pain. Do you get brain-fog easily? Do you have Irritable
Bowel Syndrome, Gastric Reflux, and/or Interstitial Cystitis (grouchy
bladder)? Do you tend to pace and have difficulty focusing on tasks? Do
you have gritty eyes? Do you have built-up deposits on your teeth and
need to brush them several times a day?
Do you get muscle cramps [charly horse] easily? During my first pregnancy
I had severe problems with muscle cramping. My legs ached badly. The more
I complained, the more my doctor told me to drink more milk. About six
weeks before my due date this doctor quit his practice, and I went to
a new doctor. This one was abhorred at the advice I had received. He took
me off all but one glass of milk or one ounce of cheese a day. He put
me on calcium pills. He explained that the phosphate in the dairy was
the problem. I recovered rapidly. I did not have muscle cramping the second
time around because I decreased by dairy right away.
I had assumed that this was just a pregnancy problem. My second child
has phosphate problems, also, and, when he was a baby, the doctor limited
milk and dairy to two servings a day. Not one of these doctors told me
that my problem (and my child's) with phosphate would lead to debilitating
arthritis and Fibromyalgia. I developed all the correct symptoms of Fibromyalgia
many years ago. I am having difficulty getting my children to understand
that they, also, have this problem.
My guides told me to cut back on dairy products several years ago because
of the phosphate. I didn't drink milk as I have never liked it, but I
do love cheese, and I did use milk in coffee and on cereal. Remember,
one ounce of cheese, (a one inch square), is the same as a glass of milk.
With the cheese on pizza and in lasagna you might consume the equivalent
of several glasses of milk! I can sit down with a piece of good cheese
and a knife and eat away! How about cheese and crackers? You always stop
at one ounce, right? NOT!
How much of that nice and healthy yogurt do you feed your kids in addition
to their milk and cheese and the junk food and the frozen dinners and
the easy-to-fix rice and noodles stuff? Then there are the hot dogs, bologna,
baked goods with baking powder and pop, to say nothing about the nice
tender moist meat full of phosphate. Please get your children off all
this stuff. No one can tolerate this much phosphate.
Now, let us return to the Guaifenesin. If you chose to use it to eliminate
your build-up of plhosphate, as Rafael said last time, start with 400
mg every 12 hours. If you find yourself stiff and crampy before the 12
hours is up you can use it every 8 hours. There is a good book out by
a doctor that did figure out the relationship of phosphate consumption
to Fibromyalgia. He falls one step short, however, in that he says to
take the Guai the rest of your life and don't worry about your phosphate
consumption. Rafael strongly disagrees with this! Fibromyalgia is a genetic
problem, and you must get your phosphate intake under control. As said
before, this may be enough if you don't, yet, have arthritis or Fibromyalgia
The book referred to above is called "What Your Doctor May Not Tell
You About Fibromyalgia," by R. Paul St. Amand, MD. He, also, has
a website www.fibromyalgiatreamentcenter.com. Much of his information
is on his website, but I advise getting this book, if you intend to try
the Guaifenesin. He covers well the many symptoms associated with this
condition and the symptoms involved with using Guai. He just doesn't think
restricting phosphate is necessary. He actually encourages dairy consumption
and diet drinks with Aspartame! Rafael frowns on this big time. On his
protocol one would have to stay on Guai for the rest of one's life. It
is better to lower your phosphate consumption, than to use a pill the
rest of your life. The only reason to go on Guai is to cause the removal
of the stored phosphate in the body! Also, besides ADD/Hyperactivity with
children, they, also, get Fibromyalgia, and this is covered in this book
in a special chapter.
Dr. Amand, also, covers hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), as he has found
that 60% of his patients have this problem. Hypoglycemia is caused by
an excess of insulin. Excess insulin will, also, further decrease the
ability to remove phosphate from the body, and people with both the phosphate
problem and hypoglycemia will suffer increased problems and must treat
both problems. We will deal with blood sugar problems in the next paper.
There are sites recommended at his website for Guai. I get my Guai at
Be sure to choose a brand that is pure without additives or artificial
colors. Before making a decision to try the Guai you need to, also, learn
about substances called "salicylates". You must avoid them for
the Guai to work, and you should reduce consumption and use of products
with these compounds, anyway, as an excess can, also, interfere with the
removal of phosphate from your system. YOU MUST READ about this, and Dr.
St. Amand's website has a pretty good description of what you must avoid.
There is too much on this subject to cover in this message.
In our messages"To Your Good Health" Sananda discussed that
it is necessary to take vitamin mineral supplements because the food supply
is depleted of minerals and vitamins. Please review those messages for
further information on this subject. On the web I read an article recently
that compared the vitamin and mineral contents of a number of plant foods
with information from the 1960’s. The foods tested were from 30%
to 50% lower in many nutrients including calcium and magnesium.
Because of this fact, and if you give up dairy, you may need to take some
calcium supplement. Normally, green foods have quite a bit of calcium
and iron in them, if they are raised correctly on good soil. Cows get
all the calcium and iron they need from grass! Many nuts and some grains,
also, have calcium, as do almost all of the dried legumes. Soy is higher
than most. Iron is in all seeds, as near as I could tell from my trips
to the store to study labels. I probably have six hours of time into label
reading for this message.
In the next message we will cover blood sugar problems and answer several
other questions that you have asked, including organ and limb replacement,
the use of adult stems cells and any other questions we have space to
fit into the message.
In ending this message I would like to make a comment about beef eating.
There is so much beef consumption, now, in the world that the Amazon forest
is being cut down to grow cattle feed, primarily soy beans. The world
could be better fed if the people ate the soy beans and grains grown for
cattle. We need the Amazon rain forests for oxygen and climate control.
I am including a link here to a good article at Rense.com I saw a few
days ago. It is entitled "The Rape Of The Rainforest... And The Man
Behind It" (www.rense.com/general65/behind.htm).
I will be out of town over the Memorial weekend. I will try to get the
next message out before then. I have more time now, plus most of that
message will be by Rafael. I had many hours of reading in preparation
for this article. Here is a website I found that discusses phosphate as
it relates to ADD, and it clearly tells what foods and additives you must
avoid. It is entitled "Attention Deficit Disorder and its drug-free,
dietary management" (www.phosadd.com/main33.htm).
Take care, and have a nice Holiday weekend. NESARA is still being planned
for, and we still have enough time to do the Second Coming by June 30,
but I admit, it is getting a bit close. Sananda will discuss this in the
next message, also. Take care, Candace.