The Procreate Pocket Pregnancy Book by Holly Phillips is an excellent guide to increasing your chances with conceiving a boy or baby girl. It has all the necessary information for you to get started and it even explains the completely natural method that will increase your odds of having the sex of your choice. The Pocket Pregnancy Book comes complete with over 60 pages of helpful information. In this review I will highlight some of the key points that the book covers.
The book begins with an introduction that talks about how many people wonder if there is any way to actually conceive a baby of the gender of their choice. Then they get into the details of what they need to do to conceive a son or daughter. It is very important that you read this entire book as there is a lot of useful information here about how to increase your chances of having either a boy or a girl. There are also helpful charts and detailed instructions that will ensure that you know exactly what you need to do to increase your chances of choosing the sex of your choice.
As previously stated, this book is geared towards helping you increase your chances of having a boy. However, Holly Phillips includes some helpful information that can help you conceive a baby girl. For example she provides some research on what you should avoid while trying to conceive a baby of a certain gender. Specifically, the book advises you to stay away from foods and drinks that contain chromium and iodine. These two substances have been known to cause hormonal imbalances in the body which will ultimately lead to an unplanned pregnancy.
When you finish reading this book, it becomes evident that the information Holly provides is very accurate. This is because the book provides data that has been independently verified by researchers. Additionally, the book comes with an extra detailed report about how to conceive a healthy baby boy or baby girl. This additional report offers proven methods on how to conceive a baby boy or baby girl by altering your diet and possibly adding more natural supplements to your diet.
This resource is easy to use and is written in a very easy to understand manner. The book has nine main chapters which all discuss common beliefs and practices that many people still practice today. The nine main chapters include information about getting pregnant, conception, the fallopian tubes, male infertility, preimplantation genetic disorders, gender selection and timing, natural gender selection, demographics and race. The ninth chapter also provides a side by side comparison chart comparing the procreate pocket guide to the traditional methods. I especially like the charts comparing the pocket guide to the books on fertility and vivaxa.
Overall, this is a very helpful procreate pocket guide that you can refer to throughout the rest of your child rearing years. Although it may not provide new information, it will keep you on track and provide you with a good reference for reference purposes. And as a bonus, after you have finished reading this book you can take it to a family planning dinner and share it with the women there.