8 Facts Everyone Should Know About Their Blood Type

8 Facts Everyone Should Know About Their Blood Type

We should all try to look after our selves a bit better than we currently do.

Going to the gym a bit more, and cutting down on the fast food and surgery treats are all great ways of getting healthier.

After all, how are we suppose to fight off death and live a long and happy life if we can barely manage a flight of stairs without getting out of breath!

I’m not suggesting you become a fitness fanatic, but when you reach a certain age, healthy living is more and more important.

Trust me, it’s something you won’t regret in the long run!

One thing to always remember is your blood type.

It’s important to remember what your blood type is, in case of an emergency. But what most people don’t realize is that your blood type actually reveals a lot about yourself.

From what kind of foods you should be eating, to certain aspects of your personality.

It turns out that your blood type dictates a lot about your life.

Take a look at these awesome facts about your blood type you should take note of.

Specific Foods Each Blood Type Must Consume

If your blood type is Type A, then you are most likely a vegetarian. Type A should eat fish and yogurt, and they should stay away from spicy foods and coffee.

If you are Type B, you consume more dairy and vegetables, and you should stay alcohol and preservatives.

If your blood type is Type O, you mostly eat meat, fish, and vegetables, but it’s best to stay clear of dairy and processed foods.

If you have Type AB you try and eat anything.

Personalities By Blood Type

Type A possesses strong leadership skills, they are very compassionate, very organized and extremely efficient.

Type B’s is active, friendly, and flexible when it comes to their schedule, and can be meditative.

Type O is practical side and they’re very assertive.

Type AB tends to be rational, calm, and they have their head firmly attached to their shoulders.

How Stress Affects Each Blood Type

People with blood type A do not handle stress very well and it takes time for them to overcome it.

Type B is generally calm individuals, but their mood can escalate quickly, causing mood swings.

Type O has tendencies of getting angry but quickly deal with it by visualizing the concept.

Type AB handles stress very well but does have a tendency to get angry.

Relationship Between Blood Types and Fat

Type A is allowed to consume as many fats as they want, but Type B’s tend to suffer if they consume too many fried foods.

Type O tend to gain weight whenever they change their eating habits, while Type AB’s tend to be lazy which results in weight gain.

Pregnant Women Suffer From RH Factor

When a woman is pregnant, it’s very common that the mother’s blood type does not match the fathers.

To remedy this, the mother is injected with a RhoGAm or Rho (D) which is made from blood plasma, and this happens at 28 weeks of gestation and within 72 hours after giving birth.

They do this to prevent the growth of antibodies from the mother’s body to the fetus.

Blood Types and Transfusions

Those with type AB can receive blood from all types but can only give blood to their own type. But Type B can receive blood from Type B or O, but can only donate to type B or AB.

Type O can only receive blood from O, but they can donate to all types.

Plasma Accessibility

Type AB can only receive plasma from AB, but they can give to all blood types.

Type A can only receive plasma from A and AB, but they can only donate to type A and O.

Type B can receive plasma from B and AB, but only give it to those with the blood type B and O.

Type O can receive plasma from all blood types, but can only donate to type O.

One Blood Type Has a Higher Risk of Cancer

For many of us, the chances of getting cancer are pretty high. It’s tough to avoid.

However, research has shown that those who contain the blood type O, have a 20% higher risk of developing cancer than any other blood type.

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