Want baby girl? Eat beans
Researchers found that the combination of proper food and sex is the key to children’s room in pink, not blue.
They argue that the trick is that women refrain from eating foods rich in sodium and potassium – anchovies, olives, bacon, salami, smoked salmon, shrimp, spicy rice, blue cheese, potatoes, processed meats, bread and confectionery.
Instead, expectant mothers should focus on foods rich in calcium and magnesium – milk, hard cheese, canned salmon, rhubarb, spinach, tofu, almonds, oatmeal, broccoli and oranges.
Nuts (cashews, walnuts, etc.)., Whole grains, beans and figs are rich in magnesium.
Researchers claim that the father’s diet does not affect the sex of the baby.
If expectant mothers want daughter, researchers recommend a regular sex – but not in the days immediately before or after the ovulation.
The conclusions were based on five year study in which 172 women aged between 23 and 42 years took place.