In this article I will talk briefly about a dietary method of getting pregnant with a baby girl. More precisely, this post will show you what acidic foods you should eat in order to drastically increase your chances of having a baby girl (if you want to read more about this, click here for a complete guide on how to conceive a girl naturally, including diet advice, natural selection methods and more).
I’ll begin by listing the most important features of this sex selection method. Then, I’ll continue by pointing out the essential aspect of the acidity or alkalinity of a food item.
After that, I’ll reveal the difference between the acid foods and the alkaline foods, and then I explain why acidity is believed to influence the gender of a future baby.
The last section of this post contains a list of food items that, due to their acidifying effect on the human body, are considered to increase the likelihood of conceiving a girl, if they are consumed by the future mother right before trying to conceive a baby.
I decided to dedicate a significant part of this post to a useful description of the acidic foodstuffs because it is very important to understand their characteristics and also to be aware of the fundamental aspect of these foods that is crucial when aiming for a baby of a desired gender. Knowing this aspect is very helpful in your future research on this topic.
Though, I should tell you that this article is not meant to be the most comprehensive diet guide, in the sense that it doesn’t provide a complete answer to the questions you might have in regards to the diet and what acidic foods to eat to conceive a girl; (for a complete diet guide, visit this link) In fact, this post is only intended to be an introductory article on this topic, that will help you in your own personal research on this subject.
Key Features of This Dietary Method of Sex Selection
Before going into details about these foods, let me specify a couple of things about the gender selection method that this article is dealing with:
- it is a dietary strategy, as it specifies the foods the future mother must eat;
- it’s a preconception method or, in other words, a pre-pregnancy or prefertilization method, in the sense that it indicates the food items that should be consumed by the woman aiming for a girl, before the sexual intercourse; that’s because the gender of the fetus is set in the moment of conception and it can’t be changed after this moment;
- it is a technique of only increasing the chances of having a baby girl, since it is believed to simply boost your chances of getting pregnant with a child of the desired sex, without offering any guarantee on its success, because:
- its success rate is far below 100%, more precisely, around 70%;
- it is just an empirical method;
- it is not scientifically proven; moreover:
- the majority of scientists don’t trust and don’t recommend it.