Newsletter February/March 2013

AQUARIUS

FOOD & HEALTH

Aquarius rules the circulatory system, calves, shins and ankles. Each of these areas can be troublesome if the system comes under emotional attack. Blood pressure problems are not unusual for those of this sign.

Air is a very dear element for Aquarius and therefore it is very good for them to be in the open air, jog and physical exercises.

The right rhythm of breathing is very important for Aquarius to charge their batteries, also good would be to visit sauna, steam room swimming in the sea or pool – it helps to get rid of stress.

One day a week of fasting is good as well as regular colonics.

Aquarius’s cell salt is sodium chloride; table salt.

This is not to suggest that Aquarius people should eat more salt (which could lead to those blood pressure problems), rather that lack of salt leads to dehydration which in turn leads to sluggish circulation.

Foods that include sodium chloride and which might be regarded as optimum for Aquarius good health, include:

• apples, dates, figs, peaches, pears, lemons, oranges, pineapple, pomegranates and strawberries

•beets, broccoli, carrots, cabbage, celery, corn, lettuce, peppers, radishes, spinach, squash and tomatoes

•lentils, brown rice

• buckwheat and wholewheat

•almonds, pecans and walnuts

• chicken

•veal

• clams, ocean fish, lobster, tuna

• yogurt & natural cheeses.

PISCES

FOOD & HEALTH

The sign of Pisces is associated with the lower extremities of the body; the feet and toes. Through the link with ruling planets Jupiter and Neptune, there is also association with the mucous membranes.

The delicacy of the Pisces physical system (exacerbated when wearing ill-fitting shoes!) and when under emotional stress, can leave these individuals particularly susceptible to colds, flu and respiratory virus ailments.

The gland associated with Pisces is the thalamus: that part of the brain responsible for transmitting stimuli to and from the sensory organs.

Pisces’ cell salt is ferrum phosphate, (iron) which is needed for the manufacture of haemoglobin. Haemoglobin transports of oxygen from the lungs to other body cells. Lack of iron in the system can lead to aneamia, low blood pressure, inflammations, glandular problems, and heart irregularities.

Foods rich in ferrum phosphate (iron) include:

•Apples, apricots dates, grapes, lemons, oranges, peaches, prunes and raisins

•beet tops, lettuce, onions, and spinach

•nuts

• barley, dried beans and whole-grain cereals

•kidneys, liver, lamb,

•lean beef

•chicken

• egg yolks,

•natural cheeses

•oysters