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High Acid Food Guide for a Successful Baby Girl Diet Program

Updated on November 14, 2017

The diet is also an important factor to consider when choosing the baby gender. Eating high acid foods before making love can increase your chances of getting pregnant with a girl. The other good news is that, there is a wide range of foods that are not only acidic but also nutritious.

Why High Acid Foods?

Fertilization is the start of pregnancy. It happens when a sperm unites with the ovarian egg. There are basically two types of sperms: x and y. Millions of x and y sperms are released during an ejaculation, but only one of them is needed to fertilize the egg. If it is the x sperm that fertilizes the egg, a baby girl will form; if it is the y sperm, a baby boy. And what’s most incredible is that, there are ways to help manipulate the type of sperm that will fertilize the egg so that you can have a boy or a girl by choice.

The x sperms love an acidic environment but the y sperms don’t. The y sperms will die when the pH level is too low. FYI, when the female pH level is low it means that the body is acidic, and vice versa. A woman who intends to have a baby girl, therefore, will need to increase acidity level of her body before lovemaking to make it agreeable for the x sperms. One way to do it is by eating high acid foods.

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List of High Acid Foods

When planning to get pregnant, eating healthy foods is a requirement. If you prefer to have a baby girl, you should indulge in foods that are both acidic and healthy. Below is a list of foods that you can include in your baby girl diet. You can also see samples of healthy foods to include in your diet here.

Fruits: prunes, plums, cranberries, grapefruit, tamarind

Vegetables: squash, corn, lentils, olives

Nuts: cashew, peanuts, walnuts, pecans, legumes

Meat: beef, liver, shellfish, tuna, sardines

Dairy: butter, cheese

Oil: avocado oil, sunflower oil, olive oil, sesame oil

Grains: rye bread, oats, brown rice, and wheat

Beverages: cocoa, coffee

Spread: honey, jam, jelly, mayonnaise

Condiment: soy sauce, vinegar, and ketchup

NOTE: There are other natural ways to increase acidity level of your body. Moreover, experts recommend a 60-40 percent ratio of alkaline to acid foods for optimum health. For this reason the baby girl diet should only be tried during your most fertile days until pregnancy is confirmed.

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