Diet Tips by Sun Sign

by | Apr 30, 2014 | Astrology | 0 comments




For optimal health, here are some suggestions for eating according to your Sun sign from the book Celestial Bodies by Kathleen Johnson.  Keep in mind that this is NOT medical advice and is based only on your Sun sign and the health problems each Sun sign is prone to manifest.  Other aspects in your chart or a medical condition could alter these recommendations.  As always, listen to your body and your intuition when choosing healthy foods.

The recommendations for the first six Sun signs are found below and next month, we will give you the last six Sun sign’s recommendations.




Best foods are fruits and vegetables, especially figs and parsnips. Some spicy foods are okay, but try eating some milder foods too. Peaches, pears, apricots, avocados, brown rice, rhubarb, white meat of chicken and turkey are good. Peppermint tea is good for you.


Need plenty of fiber and a variety of foods, so eat plenty of vegetables and fruits. Swiss chard, watercress, broccoli, mushrooms, spinach, red cabbage and potato skins are good. Pears, apples, blueberries, and strawberries are the best fruits for you. Spices, especially paprika, parsley, and oregano are good. Curtail your intake of fatty meats and use herbs instead of heavy sauces. Root vegetables are good for you such as carrots, turnips, and radishes.


Nuts of all kinds, especially walnuts and filberts are good. Eat plenty of leafy green vegetables, especially lettuce, cabbage, and kale.  Carrots, cauliflower, artichokes, green peppers and tomatoes are good. Avoid excess sugar. Fruits of all kinds are good for you. Dairy products should be used sparingly. An occasional chunk of cheese, high in calcium, can help calm your nerves.


Awareness of good dietary habits is essential to your health. Apple cider vinegar regularly ingested can be very cleansing to the system. Drink plenty of water to purify your system. Stay away from alcoholic beverages as much as you can.  Melons, cucumbers, lettuce, mushrooms, seaweed, lima beans, endive, watercress, bananas, and avocados are good.Eat plenty of fish; try to eat at least 3 servings a week. Limit dairy intake and don’t eat foods to emotionally comfort yourself.


Many fruits are beneficial, especially citrus fruits, with plums and oranges being best.Don’t overload too much on root vegetables but instead, focus on leafy green vegetables. Sunflower seeds, peas and rice are good for you. You thrive on spices in the diet. Honey, stevia, or agave should be used instead of refined sugar.


Grain should be a part of your daily intake.  Whole grain breads, brown rice, and lentils are good choices. Vegetables are good for you, especially root vegetables high in fiber such as carrots, parsnips, rutabagas, turnips and potatoes. Limit sugar in your diet. Nuts are a good source of energy.Pumpkin seeds and parsley are great for you. Herbal teas are better for you than coffee. Eggs and cottage cheese are good protein choices for you.


A variety of fruits is beneficial and you should eat fruit every day.  Apples, pears, peaches, grapes, pomegranates, figs and strawberries are good. You need a bit more fat in your diet than most signs, and nuts, especially almonds, are a good source. Meat can be hard to digest, especially if you’re emotionally upset. Don’t go overboard with exotic spices. Lima beans, chick peas, soybeans, bean sprouts, asparagus, and lentils are all especially good for you. Molasses is a good sweetener for you


You need lots of fiber in your diet, so eat plenty of vegetables and fruits. Citrus fruits, especially lime, are good for you. Plums, apricots, black currants, figs, grapes or prunes should be eaten at least once per day. Barley, buckwheat, bran, dried beans, artichokes, cabbages, sweet corn, watercress, radishes and okra are good. Dairy products should be used sparingly. A wide variety of cleansing herbal teas are good, especially those containing wintergreen. Eat lighter meats like chicken and fish.


You need to be careful to limit fatty foods, overeating, and too much alcohol, in general. Asparagus is a great cleanser for you. Cucumbers seem to soothe your system and watercress, mushrooms, and green peas are good for you. Most leafy green vegetables, especially dandelion, are beneficial to you. Apricots, rhubarb, currants, cherries and persimmons are the best fruits for you. Olives seem to benefit your well being, but eat in moderation. Sage, cloves and nutmeg are great spices to use in cooking.


Green leafy vegetables, especially spinach and parsnips, are great for you.  Cabbages of all kinds, kale, escarole, Brussels sprouts, and Swiss chard should be eaten regularly. Celery, raw or cooked, is one of the best foods you can consume. Add cooked whole grains, seeds, nuts and rice and barley to your diet. Eat less meat and plenty of fish, especially saltwater fish. Eat more raw fruit, especially melons.  Rose hips, taken as a tea is good for joint flexibility. Always drink a lot of fluids, the best of which is pure spring water.


Slow down and be mindful when eating. Foods that have a calming effect are recommended. Keep sugar intake down. Try to eat less red meat, instead eating chicken, turkey, or fish. Fruits, especially grapes, pomegranates, blueberries, grapefruit, bananas, and all forms of melons, especially casaba and honeydew, should be eaten often. Different varieties of mint, combined in teas, will calm the nervous system as well as valerian. Endive, watercress and all parts of the dandelion are good.


Raisins, dates, raspberries, apricots, muskmelons, cantaloupes, watermelons, avocados, and pineapples are highly beneficial. Cereals or whole grains, in some form, should be eaten every day.  Dark flours, lentils and soybeans are especially good. Plenty of liquids, especially unsweetened juices and water. Alcohol is not good for you, even in small amounts. Dairy foods should be eaten sparingly. Eat more shrimp, oysters, or lobsters. Use sea salt instead of regular salt. Vegetables such as watercress, cauliflower, endive, broccoli, spinach, mushrooms, turnips, carrots, parsnips, lettuce, green beans, and beet greens are good. Beans, such as pinto and kidney, rice bran, and kelp are wonderful for you. Sugar should be avoided.





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