Suggested Protein Rich food to eat basis your zodiac sign

Significance of consuming protein in our daily life

Protein Rich food to eat basis your zodiac sign
Diets And Recipes, Expert Opinion
February 28, 2020

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Suggested Protein Rich food to eat basis your zodiac sign

Were you ever in a situation where you or your friend read out loud your zodiac sign and you were left in awe, and thought to yourself, “this is totally me!”. As crazy as this sounds your sun sign is what defines your personality, your character, your health, eating habits, your mood, how you feel about things certain things.

In short, your zodiac sign is your road to get to know yourself better. For Instance, if you are a Cancer, you’re during stressful time, people often lose their appetite, while others tend to eat more while they are stressed. Additionally, for cancer in their appetite or weight can make them feel upset.

A person’s zodiac sign is determined by their date of birth. It explains their mood, behaviour, and personality traits – a concept dating back to the Babylonians and later.

Did you know that a zodiac sign can also influence one’s grocery list? It’s widely believed that each zodiac sign enjoys a different relationship with food. So, checkout your food horoscope below to see if your tastes agree with your astrological:

Aries: High on energy and always on the move, Arians can have milk, spinach, brown rice and beans to maintain a healthy diet. Many of these foods are also coolants and sources of calcium, which is required by this sign since it’s ruled by the Fire element and hence, considered more prone to heartburns and acne issues.

Taurus: Taureans are gourmands who savour every bite. Seafood, eggs and wheat can help not only with their protein requirement but also with iodine intake required to combat thyroid issues that may arise as an Earth sign.

Gemini: The symbol for this sign is twins. And balancing the twin personalities can lead many Geminis to worry a lot. Milk, cheese and almonds can help relax and keep their nerves in check.

Cancer: Like their nature, a Cancerian’s stomach is sensitive too. Yogurt, kale, broccoli, pine nuts and a comfort breakfast of oats and eggs can keep their digestive tract healthy.

Leo: Leos love quality food. They also have an active routine that leads to burning a lot of carbs. Whole wheat, rice, pumpkin seeds, a mix of nuts and small amounts of dark chocolate can hold Leos in good stead.

Virgo: Avocados, eggs, almonds and other fresh seafood can help people of this zodiac sign, who are prone to health issues related to intestines and nervous system.

Libra: A high-protein diet that includes foods such as chicken, fish, corn, peas, spinach and wheat is important to keep a Libran energised. Eating light can also help them stay calm and prevent mood swings.

Scorpio: A feisty water sign, Scorpios feel emotions intensely, which can be problematic sometimes. Foods such as cottage cheese and asparagus can help lighten the mood.

Sagittarius: A diet rich in protein – including chicken, fish, whole grain foods – is recommended for Sags because of their adventurous, outgoing nature.

Capricorn: Foods such as milk, yogurt, cheese, chicken, fish, eggs or fresh foods can help people under this sign – symbolised by a goat – meet their protein requirement and maintain their bones and teeth, said to be weaker than the other signs.

Aquarius: Aquarians are ruled by the Air element that impacts circulatory system. So, protein sources such as lobster, tuna, spinach, corn, almonds, walnuts can help Aquarius natives maintain the balance of blood sugar.

Pisces: Protein sources like lean beef, lamb, egg yolks, oysters and kidney beans can help keeping Pisceans strong and boost their immunity.

This list is by no means exhaustive. However, it shows how each sign requires different foods that not only help provide protein and a balance of other nutrients that are essential for our physical and mental wellbeing. So, the next time you’re making a grocery list, it would be good to add in foods based on your zodiac sign too.

Protein-O-Meter

The amount of protein you need depends on your weight, goals, and lifestyle. Protein-O-Meter will take your body-composition and activity level into account to estimate your protein needs. Start with the number given by the calculator, see how that makes you feel, and try adjusting your protein level up or down to see what amount makes you feel good and perform well!

Protein Index

Find out all about whole foods that are protein heroes! Achieve your fitness goals by finding out just how much protein you should incorporate to stay nourished.

Protein-O-Meter

The amount of protein you need depends on your weight, goals, and lifestyle. Protein-O-Meter will take your body-composition and activity level into account to estimate your protein needs. Start with the number given by the calculator, see how that makes you feel, and try adjusting your protein level up or down to see what amount makes you feel good and perform well!

Protein Index

Find out all about whole foods that are protein heroes! Achieve your fitness goals by finding out just how much protein you should incorporate to stay nourished.

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