Undoubtedly, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But new studies have revealed some more interesting facts. The study involved 740 healthy pregnant women – they were required to fill a detailed questionnaire regarding their food habit in the year prior to conceiving. Using this data, the researchers determined that women who ate the most calories around the time of conception delivered more boys, with 56% giving birth to male babies, compared with 45% of women who ate the fewest calories prior to conceiving. Of those who reported eating breakfast cereal every day, 59% gave birth to boys compared with 43% of women who reported rarely or never eating cereal for breakfast. The findings in no way prove that what a woman does or doesn't eat prior to conception influences her baby's sex.
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