A high-calorie diet provides greater chances of conceiving a baby boy. The Exeter research on 740 British ladies who were pregnant for the first time revealed that 56 percent of the women on a high-calorie diet conceived baby boys as opposed to 45 percent of the women on a low-calorie diet. Pregnant women must increase their usual daily calorie intake by at least 400 calories to conceive baby boys.
Ensure that you don't skip your daily bowl of breakfast cereal. This can give a false signal of reduction in glucose levels to the body, which the body interprets as a lack of food and calorie availability. This starvation-like state may encourage girl embryo development. Dr. Mathews' research study also found that women who had breakfast regularly had an 87 percent greater chance of becoming pregnant with a baby boy.
While there are critics in the scientific community, this finding is supported by the real-life observation of rising female baby births in developed countries of the West. Women in these countries lead sedentary lifestyles and instead of exercising tend to skip meals and eat low-calorie foods to prevent obesity.