A new study out of Exeter and Oxford finds that pregnant women who consumed higher calorie foods, and breakfast cereals, around the time of conception had a higher chance of conceiving a boy than a girl.
Says one doctor from the University of Sheffield: "I would urge women to not to start starving themselves in order to try influence the sex of their baby"
Says one commenter on the BBC Website: "I will definitely use this research to try and influence my child to be a boy!"
Says one Backpacking Dad: "I will definitely ignore the conclusions reached by the doctors involved in this study. Because I'm sure as hell not going to start a little Snickers eugenics program the next time my wife and I are trying to get pregnant."
Besides. She likes chocolate chip cookies. Not Snickers.