DC Developer: App Helps Parents Give Birth To Girls
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WASHINGTON (CBS/DC) – Want to have a baby girl? Now there’s an app for that.
D.C. resident Alain Hanash says he based the app on research that found a link between diet and the sex of a baby.
British researchers found that first-time mothers who ate fewer calories and cut down on sodium and calcium were more likely to give birth to girls.
StorkDiet/Girl promises it will help parents who want daughters get their wishes by advising the mothers on what to eat while pregnant, and even suggest the best times to conceive to increase their chances of a female child.
Hanash says the app covers more more than 8,400 foods. “This natural and scientific method consists of a nine-week diet and conception timing program and has shown to achieve a success rate of 81 percent.”
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