The sign of Capricorn rules the bones, joints, knees, and teeth. Capricorns are known
for their beautiful bone structure and stately carriage. Capricorn women often have
a striking angular beauty, especially in their facial bones, which makes them very
photogenic. Your health seems to get better as you get older. Along with Leo and
Sagittarius, Capricorn is noted for its longevity. Capricorn's bones, joints, and
knees, however, may be vulnerable to rheumatism, arthritis, neuralgia, stiff joints,
and orthopedic problems.
Capricorn's ruling planet Saturn holds sway over the gall bladder, spleen, bones,
skin, and teeth. Your skin may tend to be dry and sensitive. Worrying may drain your
energy and spirits. Capricorns tend to have trouble with alcohol consumption.
A diet high in protein and calcium is a must for Capricorn in order to keep the bones,
skin and teeth in prime condition. You tend to do things in excess, you overwork,
skip meals, then eat too much at one time. You should go easy on the highly seasoned
and spicy food you are fond of, as it causes intestinal upsets.
Capricorn's cell salt is calcium phosphate, which is the most important element in
bone formation and composition of the skeleton. Lack of calcium phosphate can cause
rickets, misshapen bones, spinal curvature, teeth disorders, and pains in the joints.
Foods which are rich in this mineral are oranges, lemons, figs, celery, cabbage,
kale, dandelion greens, spinach, broccoli, corn, peas, potatoes, walnuts, almonds,
whole wheat, oats, and brown rice. Capricorns should include a fresh raw salad, fresh
fruits and vegetables, lean protein, fish, eggs, whole-grain breads in their diet
every day. They need lots of calcium food, such as cheese, buttermilk, yogurt. You
should try to vary your diet with different vegetables, fruit, meat and fish, as
Capricorns tend to get into a rut about food likes and dislikes, and often eat the
-same things every day. Eating chocolate and refined sugar is bad for Capricorn's
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