7 Foods to Eat 🍽 to Increase πŸ‘ Your Chances βš–οΈ of Conceiving a Boy πŸ‘Ά ...

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Looking for some foods to increase your chances of conceiving a boy? Are you thinking about expanding your family, and you are ready to head over to the doctor to make sure that you are in great health to starting trying to conceive again? Or are you wanting to get pregnant with your first baby? That is great.You definitely want to see your doctor to make sure that your health is up to par before you try anything. You may also prefer to have either a son or a daughter, or you are not picky and just want to have a baby.

However, if you do prefer to have a son for reasons of your own, don't feel bad about having a preference. I recently wrote about the types of foods to eat and the tips to utilize in order to increase your chances of conceiving a daughter. Now it is time to talk about what foods to eat in order to increase your chances of having a boy, if that is what you prefer.

The first thing to do before anything else is to get to know your cycles well, and to find out when you are ovulating. You will want to take your BBT for three months before you start actively trying to find out when in your cycle the rise in your temperature happens. Because that is an indication that you are ovulating. Once you pinpoint the time in your cycle of ovulation, which you can also confirm with ovulation prediction kits, you will want to make sure that you have intercourse the day before or the day of ovulation.

The male sperm are very quick swimmers but don't last for very long, whereas the female sperm are slow swimmers but can last in your reproductive tract for days! So that is one tip to utilize if you want to increase your odds of having a boy. Now, let's go over the foods to increase your chances of conceiving a boy.

1. Bananas

Bananas are full of potassium and are excellent foods to eat in order to help make your system more alkaline so you can increase your chances of having that boy you want.

Almonds and Other Nuts
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