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    Default Gender swaying a diet for a girl

    So if you are trying for a girl the foods you need to be eating are:
    Calcium rich
    Milk
    Cheese
    Yoghurt
    Low salt diet
    Limit caffeine
    Strawberries
    Raspberries
    Cranberry Juice

    Feel free to add to the list

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    So are there any specific things to avoid?

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    Check out the boy diet thread. Basically you need to avoid those.



    http://www.bubhub.com.au/community/f...diet-for-a-boy

    Link to boys diet hope this works
    Last edited by BH-tech; 03-02-2015 at 12:56. Reason: Link Fix

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    I can't stand the taste of yoghurt - would things like Fruche or custard be ok??

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    I think so anything high in calcium and magnesium

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    Would taking calcium and magnesium tablets be ok too?? Or would that be bad??

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    I think that will be good but maybe you need to check with someone to make sure you don't overdose.

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    Oh cool DH finally agreed to TTC in 2013!! Wil be our last so hoping for a pink bundle this time!

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    Oooh lots of time to do research

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    Thanks 4 the list! Iv read the stuff on ttc a girl but it's so much easier to decipher in a list form!


 

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