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Foods To Consume That Will Naturally Increase Your Chances Of Giving Birth To Twins

A baby is something that brings so much joy and happiness to a couple and their loved ones.

However, sometimes some people do find it difficult to conceive. While others love single babies others arw completely obsessed with twins for various reasons well known to themselves.

It is an issue of chance, however there are ways to naturally increase your chances of giving birth to twins. These are three natural foods that will increase your chances

1. Folic Acid

Folic acid  is one of the main requirements of your growing baby, and doctors usually recommend folic acid supplements along with other vitamins during pregnancy.Avocado, spinach and brocoli  are a good sources of folic acid too.

Researchers have also established that taking a higher quantity of folic acid may increase a woman’s chance of having twin babies. You may take twice the recommended dosage to heighten your fertility if you are trying to conceive twins. However, make sure to consult your doctor before doing so.

2. Complex Carbohydrates

Complex carbohydrates are a good option if you want to plan for twin babies. Carbohydrates are great for your body, and it is a good idea to include complex carbohydrates, rather than including just simple carbohydrates in your diet. Food items such as beans, grains, and vegetables, are a great source of complex carbohydrates.

You are not only more likely to have twins due to increased fertility with this kind of diet, but a diet rich in complex carbohydrates may even help in preventing neural birth defects in babies.

No doubt there are many factors that may affect your chances of giving birth to twin babies. But you can try for twin babies by following some of the suggestions mentioned above. If you want to know more about conceiving twin babies, get in touch with your doctor.

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