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August 23rd, 2009, 09:23 PM
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*Green beans,
*Blue berries
*Sour cream
* Pasta
*White Rice
*Corn cereal or puffed rice.

*eggs whole
* Lamb- loin or chops.

*fermented foods


*Cranberry juice
Raspberry Herbal Tea- helps lower ph.
*Crystal light- helps lower ph
* Drinks with aspertame in it- not fizzy.

Thank you Katinagj for you help and info!

If anyone else has any other foods that are safe to eat on the girl diet to add to the list let me know.. Thank you : )

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September 11th, 2009, 06:01 PM
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Any more foods we can add to the girl diet??
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September 23rd, 2009, 02:04 PM
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corn, beans, cranberries, blueberries, most meats, plums, eggs, wine, yogurt, sour cream, and fermented foods.

I got this from Nutrition and Foods to Conceive a Girl

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February 28th, 2010, 07:06 AM
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Crystal light can be added to the drink list. In most people it's a quick way to lower pH...but you should check your pH after consuming the first tiem to make sure.

Drinks with aspertame in it is even better than the Crystal light...seems to be fool proof...just so long as it's not fizzy. The Great Value diet drink mix at Walmart has aspertame.

Strawberries, raspberries, low-salt bread, white rice, cucumbers

I have a pH diet book and these are listed to make everything more acidic.

And you have beans listed, be careful of what type of beans/legumes.
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May 25th, 2010, 06:36 AM
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cranberrry juice-esp. diet or lite (you can also add aspartame to it to help)
greek yogurt (plain) w/ aspartame added
green beans only (i'd avoid other beans)
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August 5th, 2010, 08:33 AM
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Found this on In-Gender. It comes from the Girl Cook Book!!!
Hope this helps

Tier One: Girl Diet, Acidifying Diet, Mineral Diet, Estrogen Diet
• Yogurt – Greek style or organic only (with little to no po-tassium)
• Kefir
• Milk – Organic only (look for milk with the least potassium)
• Tahini (look for low salt)
• Strawberries and Raspberries – Frozen, unsweetened or canned in syrup (fresh will work if necessary)
• Sugar free gum (not with truvia or stevia in it)

Tier Two: Girl Diet, Mineral Diet
• Parmesan cheese (maximum of 3 tablespoons per day)
• Propel Fitness Water with Calcium
• Eggs (Egg Beaters are best)
• Cottage Cheese (check for sodium levels)
• Low Sodium Bread
• Pasta – Calcium Fortified
• Fish – Poached in 500 ml of water to reduce sodium
• Leeks
• Green Beans
• Cucumbers
• Low Sodium Mayonnaise

Tier Three: Girl Diet, Acidifying Diet
• Cranberries – Dried or fresh (not Craisins)
• White Rice
• Corn Cereal or Puffed Rice
• Lamb – Loin or Chop
• Chicken Breast
• DO NOT eat red meat because it increases testosterone; you may eat up to 130 grams of listed meats per day

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August 5th, 2010, 01:24 PM
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Supplements; cranberry, calcium,magnesium, licorice root for dh.
Cut caffeine out of your diet completely and replace all sugar with aspartame. Also dont eat any salty foods. Cut out all red meat b/c high in testosterone.
Foods to eat; chicken, turkey,rice, pasta, low salt cheese, creamy milk based sauces (home made without salt), cucumber,lettuce(not iceburg),raspberries, strawberries,blueberries (you could make berry smoothies and add a bit of aspartame too), green beans,cherries, poached white fish, poached eggs, puffed rice , sour cream, tahini, rice pudding,leeks, cottage cheese, cook using sunflower oil only and use sunflower spreadso or butter with no salt.
Avoid; any foods containing salt, tomatoes, bananas, mushrooms, red meat,high sugar foods, caffeine.
Drinks; milk, cranberry juice, peppermint tea, cheap no added sugar cordial with aspartame (eg walmarts own cordial), crystal light.
antibiotics, thrush medication including the creams,steroids all sway for boys, also any other cold and flu medication other than plain sudafed sways boy.
Tke folic acid, this doesnt sway, some women take vitamin b6 to lengthen the luteal phase and also zinc to repair any damage to the eggs. (dh shouldnt take zinc, it sways boy)
If drinking bottled water only use evian.
(stop the cranberry day of ovulation b/c it can cause miscarriage, also dont take cranberry if you are on any kind of blood thinner or are using aspirin)
Also take plain sudafed and zirtek when you ttc a girl an hour before bd.
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September 15th, 2010, 09:54 AM
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Raspberry Herbal Tea you can add to the drink list and it REALLY helps lower PH!!!
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November 18th, 2010, 09:00 AM
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Ok then I will drink Raspberry Herbal Tea right now as I have some here
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February 26th, 2011, 05:33 AM
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this is great to know so if I try for a girl! Thanks!
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What about green tea? I have been drinking Strawberry flavored green tea lately ( I don't like reg flavored stuff). Just wandering - I do most of the other stuff already and I hope to conceive a girl next. Thanks.
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June 29th, 2011, 03:31 AM
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i might be wrong but i think green tea sways boys
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September 9th, 2011, 09:18 PM
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Can I ask why aspartame is on the list? Aspartame is an artificial sweetener and does damage to your health. I wouldn't want to fill my body with those chemicals before I have a baby or during pregnancy. Would Stevia work? It is an all natural sweetener
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what is sudafed and zirtek ?
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October 20th, 2011, 01:03 PM
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I am just wondering...how fool-proof is this diet? I was preg. with my 4th child and lost her at 25wks and this would have been my first daughter and I really, really want to hopefully have another shot at having a daughter as this will probably be my last pregnancy unless I can talk hubby into trying another time =)
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October 23rd, 2011, 09:32 AM
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Hi there
I understand how you feel because I recently lost a daughter too (at 20 weeks).
For what I understand is NOT for sure that because you are on this diet you will conceive a girl, but it will help your odds if you also add a good "timing", "supplements" and others (I don't remember much of it all because after a while I get kind of dizzy with all the details).
You should post on the board and ask questions. Other members are very knowledgeable and will give more answers. Also try to read older posts. There is a lot of info there too.

I am trying too hopefully we both get girls!

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November 20th, 2011, 11:33 PM
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Hi I am new and just thought I would introduce

I have a beautiful baby boy 18 months and love him too bits
Me and hubby are going to start trying and would love a
Little girl

I have been doing the girl diet but have gotten
So confused because some sites say to eat
Certain foods and the next site says not to HELP

Any advice you ladies have will be much appreciated and if anyone knows
If it helps if my hubby was to eat these foods could you let me know ?
Have already added raspberry tea to the list
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July 29th, 2012, 10:30 AM
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Hey girls,

Im new, and I have 2 boys, my husband and i are hoping this time it will be a girl. I have a question, This girl diet, is this something only i need to eat or would it help if my husband ate this as well since hes the decider on the sex? sorry if this is a silly question! lol thanks

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November 24th, 2012, 10:56 AM
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Tofu is the number one thing that I have seen on all of the sites. I switched my diet to tofu, fresh fruits, and a lot of yogurt before getting pregnant. After having three boys, I am hoping for a girl this time (I am due on June 24, 2013). I will keep you updated if changing my diet worked! I was an avid steak and red meat fan before. If only I had known about how changing your diet can effect the baby's sex before. LOL
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December 12th, 2012, 07:30 AM
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Originally Posted by BlndGrl8 View Post
Can I ask why aspartame is on the list? Aspartame is an artificial sweetener and does damage to your health. I wouldn't want to fill my body with those chemicals before I have a baby or during pregnancy. Would Stevia work? It is an all natural sweetener
I agree - aspertame is a dangerous chemical. Why would anyone want to use that anytime, never mind when trying to conceive?!
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