Capricorn Home & Health

Possible characteristics of a Capricorn child

Capricorn is the tenth star sign in the Zodiac, and its element is Earth. Even from a young age, many Capricorns develop a respect and maturity that children with other star signs are slower to achieve. As your child gets older, you will probably start to see how important it is for them to both achieve goals and gain respect from other people. Some Capricorns grow up to become good leaders because they understand the responsibilities involved in leadership and the ramifications of their decisions.

Your child may well like feeling secure but its likely that it wont take them long to learn how to handle situations. You may also notice that your child does not like to squander or waste anything, and instead tries to use things effectively and efficiently. Looking at the full picture enables your Capricorn child to make informed decisions. As they get older they will probably become very self-reliant and do not normally show their emotions very easily.

It is important to note that the exact characteristics of your child (and how strong each characteristic is), will very much depend on the position of both the moon and other planets when your child was born.

Health and Eating

There are a number of body parts that are especially important to Capricorns. Firstly, the skeleton is very important including the bones and teeth. Some Capricorns can even experience soreness in their joints (such as the knees) when they are feeling emotionally stressed.

Capricorns are also associated with the gall bladder and the spleen (because of its relations with Saturn). The gallbladder helps with the digestion of fat and concentrating the livers bile. Although important, it is non-essential to the body. The spleen helps with red blood cells and helping the immune system to function correctly.

Unfortunately, many Capricorns are prone to worrying. This can leave them with dry skin and sometimes minor skin conditions through worrying.

Please note: The following is NOT professional dietary advice.

Calcium is important for them, and they should limit their intake of spicy foods and alcohol to prevent the calcium levels from decreasing too much. In particular its calcium phosphate, which helps in the formation of bones. Foods that are naturally rich in this food substance include: fruits such as oranges, figs and lemons, vegetables such as spinach, peas, potatoes, kale and cabbage, walnuts, whole wheat, fish, eggs, yoghurt and meat.