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What Foods to Eat in Diets to follow if you want to conceive a Boy

Updated on September 10, 2013

Foods to Eat to Conceive a Boy

If you are keen on having a baby boy then start thinking about eating things that are most favorable for having a baby boy. If you are constantly visions and thoughts of blue, you can eat different kinds of food that can increase your chances of conceiving a baby boy. The authors of Prenatal Classroom: A Parent's Guide for Teaching Your Baby in the Womb are F. Rene Van de Carr and Marc Lehrer who explain that you stand a good chance of having the gender you want if you have the appropriate diet for a baby boy minimum three months before getting pregnant.

 High Sodium and Potassium Diet

 The two authors suggest that eating food high in potassium and sodium is more likely to enhance the chances of baby boy. You need to deliberately include food items rich in potassium and sodium to your diet daily to better the diet and make it work for you. It is not too difficult to increase the sodium intake in your daily diet because there are number of sources of sodium in the usual ingredients. Consume more canned soups, table salt, ham, seafood, sausage, eggs, luncheon meats and crackers for increasing the amount of sodium in your diet. You can eat more quantities of peanut butter, apricots, beans, mushrooms, baked potatoes with the skin, spinach, squash and avocados to increase the regular Potassium intake. If these are included in your diet daily it will serve the purpose.

 The Have a Boy Diet

 Jennifer Merrill Thompson is the author of Chasing the Gender Dream and according to her; the Boy Diet will tends to decrease the amount of calcium and magnesium you consume in your diet. This will also increase the chances of your having a baby boy. To achieve this, your diet should not contain certain foods. For instance, it is great idea to stop having any of the dairy products in your regular diet as they are normally quite high in calcium content. You may try to consume lesser amount of egg yolks as well as nuts as they have high amounts of magnesium.

 High Energy Diet

 Heidi Murkoff and Sharon Mazel are the authors of What to Expect Before You're Expecting, explain that consuming high-energy foods are likely to enhance the chances of conceiving a baby boy. It requires you to eat a lot of cereal, such as Cheerios or Wheaties just when you are trying to have a baby. Other foods which contain a lot of energy in terms of calories is also something you can concentrate on. Such foods include energy bars and peanut butter. If you include such foods and the above mentioned information you are likely to have a baby boy.


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      4 years ago

      Who to conceive baby boy

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      5 years ago

      Baby gender determination before birth and conception.

      Baby gender determination by photo of parents only.

      To do this I have an account and a group at Facebook.

      The group is called Baby gender by parents photo.

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      Joseph Davis 

      8 years ago from Florida

      lol.. funny hub, I'm sure it may have something to do with the acidity of the female. Higher acidity would make it harder for slower sperm (females) to make it to a late ova..


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