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Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Diet To Conceive Baby Girl

Memang la kalau boleh nak sangat baby girl dulu. Tp tak kesah lah kan bila dah lama2 menanti ni. Girl ke boy ke terima saja. Tapi, dah alang2 kita ber diet ni, mari la kita tgk terus diet utk nak dapatkan baby girl. Tapi dari apa yg dibaca, eh..mmg makanan yg tgh duk pulun makan skang ni. Hihi.
Moga2 adalah rezeki kan. Insyallah.

Meh baca. Yg detail klik web ini.
Next time ai share utk conceive baby boy plak yea. http://howtohavebabyagirl.blogspot.com/2013/03/diet-to-conceive-girl.html

Adopt a vegetable-based meal plan to conceive a girl
Eating 150 grams of fresh vegetables daily is useful in conceiving a baby girl, according to scientists. Besides being rich in magnesium and containing very low amounts of sodium, these products are also low in calories, this being another factor which seems to contribute to having a girl. Women eating around 1500 calories a day are more likely to give birth to girls, as statistical data suggests. 

What to eat to conceive a girl? Carrots, preferably boiled or steamed, fresh onion added in green salad and mixed with tomatoes, turnips and cucumbers, green and red peppers, radishes, eggplants, green beans and peas. Also, asparagus, cress and celery are good alternatives when it comes to finding a good diet to conceive a girl. 

However, for reducing the risks associated with a low-calorie diet in pregnant women, you should not rely on a very strict meal plan consisting only of veggies and fruits, as fibers, proteins and fats are also extremely important for a healthy baby.

Diet to conceive a baby girl – spinach is a must!

A meal plan to conceive a girl should always include spinach as this vegetable is one of the best sources of magnesium a woman can have when trying to have a baby. According to scientists, foods high in this mineral favor egg’s fertilization by female-producing sperm, just like products low in potassium. Fortunately, spinach meets both these criteria so it’s surely a winning choice for having a female baby. 

Still, spinach alone won’t do the entire job so in order to enhance the changes and this mineral’s effect on the vaginal environment, vitamins A and C as well as high amounts of folic acid and iron should also be added to your daily diet. 

By taking these nutrients on a regular basis, you also prepare your body for a healthy pregnancy as all the mentioned compounds are required for the baby’s normal development and growth inside the womb. Still, it’s better to take these minerals from natural sources such as fresh spinach and other green vegetables instead of dietary supplements, when possible, as you need a certain number of calories as well in order to ensure a healthy environment for the future baby.