SCIENCE CONFIRMS THAT YOUR BLOOD TYPE HOLDS THE KEY TO YOUR HEALTH!

Blood type can predict many threats to health?

Recent research provided major breakthroughs, resulting with strong indicators as blood type can be a key influence in multiple aspects of body health, starting from infertility  to an increased risk of cancer.

There are four groups of blood types – A, B, AB and O. All with two Rh factors, plus and minus. The average adult has about 4-6 liters blood circulating in body. It makes blood present in almost every part of body, influencing every reaction of body.
The different letters associated with blood types represent different types of antigen in your blood. They are microscopic substances that live on surface of red blood cells. Blood type O is the unique in this bunch, because it has no antigens on its own. When mixed with other blood types, it takes on antigens of the other blood type, which makes it a universal donor to all other blood types.

Blood type reveals which systems of body are most vulnerable, also most likely to develop a disease under certain circumstances. This is very valuable knowledge to use to prevent the possible development of chronic diseases and to improve overall health. 

  1. Blood type A 

People with blood type A are at greater risk of stomach cancer compared to other groups. Women that belong in this blood group are more vulnerable to develop stomach cancer than the men, especially smokers or frequently drink alcohol. This is because this blood type has been associated with alcoholism and also obsessive compulsive disorders, due to naturally release higher levels of cortisol in stressful situations, and it makes them more prone to negative effects of stress.

The bright side is that women with blood type A are very fertile meaning they are more capable to get pregnant in older age. 

  1. Blood type B 

This people are more prone to pancreatic cancer also inflammations, infections. They are are more vulnerable to autoimmune diseases. Blood types B and AB also are at the greatest risk of heart disease. Cognitive functioning is more prone to develop memory issues which may lead to dementia also Alzheimer’s in older age.

But, they have strong metabolism and digestive system, more efficient in turning the consumed food into energy and according to research people with type blood B contain up to 50.000 times the number of strains of friendly gut bacteria than other people. 

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  1. Blood type O 

These people are prone to obesity and stomach ulcers which are caused by Helicobacter pylori bacteria. Also, fertility of women with this blood type is reduced  due to having less egg cells with poorer quality.

The good news about blood type O is reduced risk of heart attacks and stomach . According to study it is found they are 32% less likely to develop pancreatic cancer, they have better natural ability to cope with stress by produce less cortisol and its levels can decrease quickly after a stress but, they are prone to over producing adrenaline during that  times of stress. This all means they benefit more from  high-intensity  exercise as a way to handle stress. 

  1. Blood type AB 

Here are bad news- women with this blood type are more prone to ovarian cancer. Pregnant ones have a greater risk of increased blood pressure. These people are more vulnerable to cardiovascular diseases and also digestive disorders as heart attacks and chronic gastritis.

 Denmark study found that this blood type group is prone than others to develop deep-vein thrombosis, life-threatening blood clots legs and clogs can travel to other organs, as well as the brain. Also another study from the University of Vermont found these people are 82% more prone to develop thinking and memory issues which can lead to dementia. Positive side for this people is that cortisol levels are more stable, meaning they’re more immune to stres similar to people with blood type O, and also have a better vision and experience less eyesight issues.

 

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