PISCEANS - HEALTH & DIET
Pisces Rules :
the feet and toes, and the mucous membranes.
Health Habits :
Pisceans are noted for their well-shaped feet, and many become excellent dancers. Their sense of taste and smell are exceptionally acute. Pisceans tend to have a delicate constitution that do not easily fight off disease. They are vulnerable to colds, sinus trouble, and water retention in the body. Pisceans have sensitive, emotional personalities, and illnesses are frequently emotionally based.
They may suffer from corns and bunions.They are attracted to glamorous lifestyle, which often includes overindulging in eating and drinking and keeping late hours. The key to their good health is to establish moderate habits. With a minimum of care, a well-balanced diet, moderate exercise, rest they can feel younger.
Pisces' cell salt is ferrum phosphate,
which is iron.
Lack of iron in the system can lead to anemia, low blood pressure, inflammations, glandular problems, and heart irregularities. Foods that are rich in iron that they should include in their diet are liver, lean beef, lamb, egg yolks, oysters, kidneys, whole-grain cereals, barley, dried beans, beet , spinach, onions, lettuce, raisins, dates, apricots, peaches, grapes, apples, lemons, oranges.
Don't Eat :
They should cut down on table salt, for that makes them bloat. Coffee can overstimulate Pisces natives and should be cut down to a bare minimum.Pisceans are particularly susceptible to the effects of alcohol.
PISCES IS A WATER SIGN.
The water element rules the reproductive and lymphatic systems and body liquids−including blood, mucus and lymph. Water lubricates, flushes and cools the body. Water signs are exceptionally sensitive to their environment, particularly to fungi, bacteria and viruses.
Health issues for water signs generally have a strong emotional component. Water sign people easily pick up negativity from others. They tend to brood on their health and imagine problems to be greater than they are. Their health problems tend to recur in cycles.
These people tend toward sluggish digestion, poor assimilation and slow metabolism. Stagnant excess water may manifest as mucus, cysts, tumors and swellings, as well as systemic candida. Excess water can manifest as weight problems. It is seldom helpful to decrease dietary intake alone. Better results come from increasing the metabolic rate, decreasing the liquid intake, changing the diet and increasing physical activity.Excess Water is balanced by foods that are hot, dry and light.
steamed vegetables, beans, fruits.
oily foods, diary, sweets, yeasty foods, breads and salt.
sage, basil and thyme, Diuretics such as parsley, uva ursi and juniper berries, Chapparal, garlic and olive leaf
Low Water constitutions have trouble flushing toxins from their systems, and lack lubrication to their systems. They tend to be stiff and dehydrated and have difficulty sleeping. They suffer from conditions similar to excess air, such as skin and hair dryness and difficult absorption of nutrients. They find it hard to accept emotional nourishment. Take baths, drink plenty of liquids, and live near water.Melons, cucumbers and other moist and fleshy vegetables help balance this constitution Don't fast, take care with extreme exposure to heat or sunlight and take extra salt with exertion or warm weather.
wheat, rice, oats, seaweed, dairy products and natural sugars .
beans and natural diuretics such as carrots, celery, cabbage and asparagus
licorice sweetened with honey, Fruit juices
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