Thread: low blood glucose in CM
November 19th, 2013, 05:36 AM #1
low blood glucose in CM
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I want some more info about low blood Glucose Levels in CM. Did not find it in the complete index.
what is the difference between low blood Glucose Levels in the blood and in the CM? why does low blood Glucose Levels in the blood doesnt sway Girl and low Glucose Levels in the CM does??
Can u send me some link for studies about it?
November 19th, 2013, 03:08 PM #2
if glucose levels are low in the blood they will be low in the rest of the body too
studies have shown that female embryos survive better in an environment where blood glucose is low compared to male embryos, so in theory if you keep it low it means the female ones will be more likely to develop and implant
here's one study, I think there are others butdon't have time to look The Biology of . . . Sex Ratios | DiscoverMagazine.comMMC at 12+4 Jan '10, DS at 38+1 Dec '10, DS2 at 38+1 Sept'12, TTC pink again in a few years hopefully
November 19th, 2013, 03:20 PM #3Swaying Advice Coach
yes i need an essay on that sorry no time
we honestly do not know for certain that low blood glucose levels mean low glucose in the CM. We guess at that being true but we don't know if it is or not. the reason we go for low blood sugar is because of the research of elissa cameron, a biologist who studies trivers willard hypothesis, i am on kindle and can't post links but if you google elissa cameron her name will come up.
the studies that show XX develop best in low glucose environment is the best proven part of swaying and researchers have been able to witness this actually happening. studies were done in Australia if anyone has the link handy...!!! Questions?? Check out the NEW and improved Complete Index !!!
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November 19th, 2013, 04:11 PM #4
the researcher you mentioned there is in the link I posted above tooMMC at 12+4 Jan '10, DS at 38+1 Dec '10, DS2 at 38+1 Sept'12, TTC pink again in a few years hopefully
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