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The Blue Print Of Blood Type...

Published on 8/10/2015
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The Blue Print Of Blood Type...

Our blood carries the DNA blueprint of our body. Therefore, your blood type is the key to your body's entire immune system. It controls the influence of viruses, bacteria, infections, chemicals, stress, and the entire assortment of invaders and conditions that might compromise your immune system.

What exactly does the immune system do? The immune system's duties, in all simplicity, are to define what is "self" and what is "non-self". Once defined, "self" is to be protected, while "non-self" is to be destroyed. Without this basic function, our body could destroy itself or allow harmful organisms to attack us.

Blood Type O is the oldest type of blood.

O Is For Old

Type O The Hunter

* Meat Eater
* Hardy Digestive Tract
* Overactive Immune System
* Intolerant to Dietary and Environmental Adaptations
* Responds Best to Stress With Intense Physical Activity
* Requires an Efficient Metabolism to Stay Lean and Energetic

The appearance of our Cro-Magnon ancestors in around 40,000 B.C. propelled the human species to the top of the food chain, making them the most dangerous predators on earth. They began to hunt in organized packs; in a short time, they were able to make weapons and use tools.

A Is For Agrarian

Type A The Cultivator

* The First Vegetarian
* Reaps What He Sows
* Sensitive Digestive Tract
* Tolerant Immune System
* Adapts well to Settled Dietary And Environmental Conditions
* Responds Best to Stress With Calming Action
* Requires Agrarian Diet to Stay Lean And Productive

Type  A blood initially appeared somewhere in Asia or the Middle East between 25,000 and 15,000 B.C. in response to new environmental conditions.

B Is For Balance

Type B The Nomad

* Balanced
* Strong Immune System
* Tolerant Digestive System
* Most Flexible Dietary Choices
* Daily Eater
* Responds Best to Stress With Creativity
* Requires a Balance Between Physical And Mental Activity to Stay
   Lean And Sharp

Blood Type B developed sometime between 10,000 and 15,000 B.C. in the area of the Himalayan highlands, now part of present day Pakistan and India.

AB Is For Modern

Type AB The Enigma

* Modern Merging of A And B
* Chameleon's Response to Changing Environmental And Dietary
* Sensitive Digestive Tract
* Overly Tolerant Immune System
* Responds Best to Stress Spiritually With Physical Verve And
   Creative Energy
* An Evolutionary Mystery

Type AB blood is rare. Emerging from the intermingling of Type A Caucasians with Type B Mongolians, it is found in less than 5 percent of the population, and it is the newest of the blood types.

Scientists are saying as the millenniums progresses there will be more chemical changes in the blood will develop a blood Type C.

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