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STUDY: Mother's Diet Can Help Determine Sex of Child


Health & Wellness  (tags: Women's health, eating habits, genetics, biology, environmental influence, nutrition )

Eva
- 2850 days ago - news.yahoo.com
Fiona Mathews of the University of Exeter in Britain and colleagues wanted to find out if a woman's diet has an impact on the sex of her offspring. Oysters may excite the libido, but there is nothing like a hearty breakfast laced with sugar to boost a wom



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Marty Powell (137)
Wednesday April 23, 2008, 4:50 pm
the gender of the child is determined by the sperm, by the male, not the female. Temps can change how fast the sperm swims, female sperm swims faster in cold temps then males while male sperm slows down. Thats how in vitro can have such high percentages of male or female choices. Women pass on only female xx not xy.
 

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Friday April 25, 2008, 4:16 pm
Huuumm???
I did & Do not eat Sugar other than in Fruit, My Diet as the Results shone
Ate a Diet that would as Stated, most likely Produce Females?
I had a Son a Daughter & Another Son!
All is Good! I was bless with my Preferances:}
 
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