If you want to have a boy, science now has the answer!

Believe it or not, what you eat can determine the gender of your baby!

Carolyn Smith
Author

Anyone who is a mother will have heard that if your belly is low that you are going to have a boy child. But science has always been skeptical of these old wive's tales. Science does, however, have a lot to say about what we eat and baby gender, especially the link between potassium levels and male babies.

More potassium, more male babies.

PregnancyA study published by the Royal Society of England shows that the food the mother swallows before becoming pregnant can influence the sex of the baby. The group of researchers was dedicated to analyze a group of 740 British women who were passing their first pregnancy.
PregnancyA study published by the Royal Society of England shows that the food the mother swallows before becoming pregnant can influence the sex of the baby. The group of researchers was dedicated to analyze a group of 740 British women who were passing their first pregnancy.
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A study published by the Royal Society shows that the foods a mother eats immediately before becoming pregnant can influence the gender of the baby. Their researchers analyzed a group of 740 women from the UK during their first pregnancy.

Bananas
Bananas
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None of them knew the gender of their babies, but they did know what they had been eating. The authors of the report noted that across the births, those mothers that had eaten higher levels of potassium had given birth to a higher percentage of male babies than those who had not.

As well as cereals

Cereal
Cereal
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Researchers also found that those women who ate cereal for breakfast before falling pregnant were more likely to conceive a male, rather than a female baby.

Now you know, if you, or any of your family really want to have a boy child then it is important to include foods rich in potassium such as banana, carrot, lettuce and cauliflower in their daily diets.

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Published at 11.10.2017 / 08:08