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January 24 2018

Zodiac affects your food habits

Some people like spicy food while others can't handle it. Some people have sweet tooth while few don't have sweet palette. Some people go mad over street food while many stick to home-made traditional food.

Ever wondered what's the origin of these food habits? We hear it runs in the family or it's the upbringing. Did you know that Zodiac signs play a role in determining our food habits & attitude towards food?

Here's a sneak peek into the food habits of the first 6 Zodiac signs & a list of few healthy food choices as per each Zodiac.

March 20th - April 19th: Aries is the first sign in the zodiac. Aries always marks the beginning of something energetic. No wonder Aries love hot and energizing food. Their healthy food intake includes - Brown rice, tomatoes, onions, spinach & olives.

April 19th - May 20th: Taurus are gourmets. They know how to enjoy food & aren't picky eaters. They love carbs like potatoes & pastas. Some of their healthy food intake includes - Raw nuts, pumpkins, kidney beans, eggs & fresh fruits.

May 20th - June 21st: Geminis are curious beings. Their curiosity makes them try & crave for new food dishes & varieties. Some of their healthy food intake includes - Grape fruit, almonds, broiled fish, banana & cottage cheese.

June 21st - July 22nd: Cancerians make everyone around them happy & content with their excellent cooking. They love homemade food & fondly remember their Grandma recipes they had as children. Some of their healthy food intake includes - Egg yolk, yogurt, fish, okra & cheese.

July 22nd - August 22nd: True to their Zodiac, Leos prefer to dine like a King, fond of expensive food, made from finest ingredients. Some of their healthy food intake includes - Walnuts, figs, beef, lamb, poultry & dates.

August 22nd - September 22nd: Virgos are known for their attention to detail hence as cooks they pay heed to health, nutrition & irresistible taste. Some of their healthy food intake includes - Oats, almonds, lamb, green leafy vegetables & papaya.

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