A diet rich in fruit, vegetables and rice can help women have girl babies, according to a new Dutch study.
The research, published on website Reproductive Biomedicine Online, says 81% of the 32 women in the study gave birth to a daughter after following a diet high in calcium and low in sodium.
The women were also asked to try and conceive at a particular time in their cycle.
‘It is important that both diet and timing are followed correctly, which requires of the mother both willpower and meticulousness,’ the researchers said.
The research was carried out for a company which helps parents choose the sex of their baby using natural methods.
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