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Diet girl or boy: caution!

Diet girl or boy: caution!


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You already have one (or more) girl and try the boy, or vice versa! Are you tempted by the "girl or boy diet", a method made famous by Dr. François Papa, a gynecologist? The point on this method and the rules of prudence to respect.

The principle of diet girl or boy

  • It seems that by favoring a diet high in sodium and potassium, at the expense of a diet rich in calcium and magnesium, the chances of having a boy would be multiplied. Conversely, by decreasing a diet high in sodium and potassium, and increasing a diet rich in calcium and magnesium, you would be more predisposed to the design of a girl.
  • This conclusion is not the result of ranting, but very serious nutritionists who have conducted many studies in hospitals known to prevent the transmission of genetic abnormalities related to sex.
  • If the researchers were able to note the happy results of their studies, no hypothesis is however formally accredited on the why of this nutritional impact on the sex of the future babies ...
  • Would the combined action of these four minerals (sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium) in very precise dosages and ratios alter vaginal secretions, making them more favorable to X sperm or Y? Would it change the surface of the egg, making it more receptive to one of the two sperm populations? Would it act on immunological mechanisms? These theories are as rational as each other, but hitherto unverified.
  • What are these diets that are recommended to start two months before pregnancy? Here are the main lines.

The scheme to have a girl

  • Give up cooking salt. Privilege mineral waters like Contrex or Hepar. Avoid salted or smoked animal products (butter, meat, fish, preserves, etc.), as well as salted vegetable products (bread, canned goods, peanuts, gherkins, etc.).
  • Do not buy cold cuts. Avoid salty cheeses and prefer unsalted dairy products such as milk, yogurts, and white cheeses, which are highly recommended.
  • Choose from the fresh vegetables section: broccoli, cabbage, watercress, spinach, sorrel, leeks, green beans. Avoid the pulses.
  • Give yourself, at breakfast, a bowl of oatmeal.
  • Choose among the fresh fruits: blackcurrants, figs, strawberries, raspberries, passion fruit, currants, kiwis, mandarins, mangos, blackberries and blueberries.

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