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Because your gallbladder plays a role in digestion, diet can make a difference.The research shows a higher calorie intake around the time of conception can shift the odds of having a son from ten to 11 boys in every 20 births.The effect was such that the more women ate, the more likely she was to have a boy.Although the DNA in sperm determines sex, it seems that in the never ending battle of the sexes mothers can favour the development of one sex of infant rather than another, a faculty that nature uses to fine tune the sex ratio in Stone Age days to suit times of feast and famine, says the team from the Universities of Exeter and Oxford.To reveal how you are what your mother eats, the team focused on 721 first-time pregnant mothers in the UK, who did not know the sex of their unborn child and were asked to provide records of their eating habits before and during the early stages of pregnancy.It can be linked to rapid drastic weight loss and may be the result of following fad diets such as a very low calorie diet plan (800 calories or less per day) or high protein liquid fasts.
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They completed detailed questionnaires which asked about their usual consumption of more than 150 common items, and recorded details on the types and quantities of breakfast cereals, margarines and milk they used. They were split into three groups according to the number of calories consumed per day around the time they conceived, revealing that 56 per cent of the women in the group with the highest energy intake at conception had sons, compared with 45 per cent in the lowest group.
"The effect was linear, that is the more women ate, the more likely she was to have a boy - so the effect might be even larger if women had particularly high intakes" says Dr Fiona Mathews of Exeter, lead authorof the study in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences.
An additional son per 20 births was down to eating more than 2200 calories compared with fewer than 1850 calories of the low intake group and there was an average difference between the mothers of boys and girls of 130 calories per day.
Dr Mathews says this could explain why over the last 40 years there has been a small but consistent decline, of about one per 1000 births annually, in the proportion of boys being born in industrialised countries, including the UK, the US and Canada.
The best way to avoid cholecystitis is to steer clear of quick-fix fad diets and to reach or maintain your ideal weight through a healthy diet plan.