7 Interesting Facts You NEED to Know About Your Blood Type!

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Most people are not aware of the impact blood type actually has. If you are one of those people, read on.

Here are 7 facts you need to know about the blood running through your veins!

1. Your blood type affects what food you should be eating

Those with type 0 blood have digestion and stomach problems, so they need a high-protein diet with plenty of lean meat, poultry, fish and veggies.

Those with type A blood should eat plenty of citrus and veggies like garlic and broccoli due to their sensitive immune system.

Type B individuals produce higher cortisol levels, so they should avoid alcohol, vegetable oils, and trans fats.

Type AB individuals lack in stomach acid, so they should consume apple cider vinegar and manuka honey to raise stomach acid levels.

2. Your blood type affects your personality

Those with type A are kind and compassionate; type B is found in people who ware flexible and friendly; type AB individuals tend to be strong and rational; and type O individuals are organized, practical, and tend to worry at lot.

3. Blood type also affects fertility

It has been scientifically shown that women with type 0 tend to be the least fertile.  The study looked at women in their 30s and found that those with this blood type either contain few eggs or eggs which have a difficulty maintaining fertility.

4. Stressed or angry all the time? Check your blood type!

As those with type A blood produce more cortisol, their stress levels are higher than average.  Type 0 individuals are more prone to outbursts of anger.

5.  Blood type affects the amount of belly fat you have

Type A blood causes the body to react poorly to foods like shellfish, dairy, and meat.  This reaction makes it almost impossible to lose abdominal fat.  It also causes bloating, indigestion, acid reflux, and an increase in diabetes risk.

6. Knowing your blood type can save your life

Say you are travelling and end up in a car wreck.   You could require a blood transfusion, and unless you have documentation showing your blood type, doctors will be unable to tell what kind of blood you need.

7. Blood type also affects your pool of ideal mates

Blood is also classified as either Rh negative or Rh positive. Up to 85 percent of people are Rh positive, and when two Rh+ people mate, things go without problems. But, when an Rh negative woman mates with an Rh positive man, a problem arises, exposing the baby to potential risks.