7 Things Everyone Should Know About Their Blood Type

The blood that runs through the veins in each person can be categorized into 4 blood categories: A, B, AB, O each of them telling a different story about that individual, its ancestry, what food is the best, what exercises should be done for body, soul, and mind. A stands for Agrarian, O for Original Hunter, B for Bavarian, and AB has the strongest immune system.

There are another 400 subcategories of blood types, which determine the person’s health profile. So, in the text below, you can find an outline which will help you to understand your health better concerning your blood type.

Foods that benefit your blood type:

A: Diet based on vegetarian lifestyle, including chicken, fish, and yogurt. Avoid spicy food, legumes, coffee, and dehydration

B: Mutton, dairy, veggies, fish, grains, and tea. Avoid alcohol, excessive noise, and preservatives.

O: Fish, meat, fasting, and veggies. Avoid processed foods, diary, and over-eating.

AB: This modern blood type can digest almost everything efficiently. Eat organic foods because fried foods can take away your energy.

Blood type and personality:

A: Well-organized, compassionate, efficient, and leaders

B: Flexible, meditative, action oriented, and friendly

O: Assertive, practical, empathetic, and attentive,

AB: Calm, rational, forward thinking, and strong

Blood type and stress:

A: More likely to high cortisol, they need more time to recover from stress. To calm down, they need to drink a lot of water.

B: Calm most of the time, but reaches the ‘boiling point’, has a swing to high cortisol levels.  Returns to harmony by deep breathing.

O: More disposed at anger outburst, due to their primordial ancestry. They restore peace by visualizing something peaceful.

AB: Manages stress situation very well. Walking helps them to release built-up tension.

Blood type and fat:

A: Gain fat from sugars and meats.

B: Gain fat from breads and fried foods.

O: Accumulate fat from irregular eating.

AB: Accumulate fat from being physically inactive.

Blood type and Mate:

The second most important blood group is the RH factor, after ABO which consists of more than 50 defined blood-group antigens, out of which C, D, c, e, and E, are the top 5 most important ones. RH Factor, being negative or positive, refers only to the D antigen. Rh negative hasn’t got the D antigen, while the Rh positive has the D antigen. During pregnancy, Rh factor might cause complications, like for instance:

–           Breakdown of red blood cells (Hemolytic Disease)

–           Production of immature red blood cells within the fetus (Erythroblastosis Fetalis)

It happens in the fetus when the blood type of the father is incompatible with the blood type of the mother. In these cases, the mother has to receive a Rho (D) injection that consists of human blood plasma within 72 h of giving birth to the fetus and in the 28th week of gestation, in order to prevent creation of antibodies towards the fetus. This injection works similar as a vaccine because it contains Rh positive blood. The body of the mother detects these antibodies and reacts as if her immune system had taken action already against the Rh positive red blood cells, thus distracting the immune system of the mother from attacking the fetus.

Blood type compatibles:

AB – universal receiver, but can only donate to AB

A – donates to AB or A, but can receive from O or A

B – donates to AB or B, receives from O or B

O – universal donor, but can receive only from O

People having blood type O RH D – blood type are usually called universal donors. In addition, those having AB RH D + are called universal recipients.

Plasma compatibility

AB – is the universal donor of plasma, but can only receive plasma from AB

A – can donates to O or A, but receives from AB and A.

B – donates to O and B, but receives from B and AB

O – is an universal receiver of plasma, but donates only to O.

Source: naturalcureshouse.com

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