I wasn't much of an eater until after I had my daughter, maybe that's how I ended up with a son.
A recently released study claims that a woman's eating habits prior to getting pregnant may influence the sex of her children. To get the details, read more.
A Guardian article said:
The discovery points to a natural way for women to boost, if only slightly, their chances of having a boy or a girl, depending on whether they consume large amounts of foods such as bananas and cereals, or have a more restricted diet.
When it came down to the calories of the 740 women who were studied, it didn't matter if they were fats or carbs. But, 56 percent of women in the high calorie group had boys compared to 45 percent in the lower one.
Did this prove true for you?