What’s Your Type? Blood Type, That is

Most people don’t know their blood type. You might need to know your blood type for medical reasons, in a case of emergency, to get an international visa, or just to know your body better. The following information is great for keeping you healthy on a regular basis, as well as so you know what to watch out for in the future.

Insight Into Your Genetic Makeup

Knowing your blood type is a valuable tool for understanding how your body responds to food, your susceptibility to disease, your natural reaction to stress, how you age, and much more. One drop of blood holds a blueprint for your entire body.

Examples of Health Risks by Blood Type

Research has found people with certain blood types may be at a higher or lower risk of developing certain diseases.

  • Type O: these individuals have a lower risk of heart disease, but a higher risk of developing stomach ulcers.
  • Type A: individuals have higher risks of contracting microbial infections but, on the plus side, women experience a higher rate of fertility.
  • Type AB & B: a higher risk of developing pancreatic cancer.

Determine Your Healthiest Diet

Your blood type antigens are everywhere in your body, especially in the surfaces that interact with the environment; meaning your digestive tract, from your mouth to your large intestine, as well as your nasal passages and lungs. Being everywhere, they influence how your body reacts to food several ways.

The foods we eat also have lectins. Lectins are blood type-specific proteins in some foods that bind to your blood type antigen and cause your blood to stick together. This results in feelings of fatigue, headaches, digestive issues, skin issues, and many other health issues.

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