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Tuesday, May 16, 2017

CONCEIVING BOYS AND EATING BREAKFAST CEREAL!

 I've always known that your nutrition has a lot to do with whether or not you are more likely to conceive, but I found this article very interesting that women who ate breakfast cereal regularly are more likely to conceive boys.  Read more:

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The insights came from detailed records of diets reported by the women before and during pregnancy.
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When the researchers divided the women into groups with high, medium and low intake of energy, they found that 56% of women in the high-energy group had boys, compared with 45% in lowest group.
Cereal intake had a bigger effect. “Of women eating cereals daily, 59% had boys, compared with only 43% who bore boys in the group eating less than a bowlful per week,” says Mathews.
The team’s results echo those in animals such as horses and cows, which are statistically more likely to bear males if well-fed.
The findings make evolutionary sense because baby boys are typically 100 grams heavier than baby girls, so female mammals may have evolved ways to favour production of boys when resources are plentiful.

from: newscientist.com

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