This method claims 80% accuracy and we believe it is an important component to include when using the Smart Stork System for Gender Selection.
Langendoen and Proctor first published " The Pre-Conception Gender Diet" in 1982, based on results reported by Dr Lorrain and Dr Stolkowski in the International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology in 1980.
The theory is that by altering your diet to include and exclude certain foods, the condition in the reproductive tract will be directly affected, increasing the odds of conceiving a particular sex.
It is also recommended that both mother and father go on the diet. This theory is also consistent with the oriental philosophy that everything has a yin or yang quality and the foods supplied in the boy diet, boys, and alkaline are all yang and the foods supplied in the girl diet, girls and acid are all yin.
The girl diet is high in Calcium and Magnesium but low in Sodium and Potassium. The boy diet is high in Sodium and Potassium but low in Calcium and Magnesium.
The diets nutritional content is questionable and contains multiple warnings. It is recommended that you seek the advise of you medical practitioner before going on such a restrictive diet, and stay on the diet for no longer than 3 months. The diet may influence the conditions within the reproductive tract and the outer barrier surrounding the ovum. Enabling only one of the two types of sperm to penetrate the egg depending on which diet is adhered to.
We recommend that you adhere to the preconception gender diet as this will increase your chances of success.
The diets are provided to you when you order and start using the Gender Selection System.