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All About Blood Type B

Blood Type B was the third type to appear on the ABO timeline and has shown to have developed differing characteristics in response to climatic changes. In fact, even within Type Bs,  physiological traits can vary by altitude.

Sticking to a balanced omnivore diet of meat, dairy, grains, fruit and fish, is key for a Type B to maintain efficient metabolism, a healthy weight and optimal energy. To keep both body and mind healthy, exercises which are both physical and mentallike cycling, hiking or tennisare best for Type Bs.

By adopting a Blood Type B diet and lifestyle, you can enjoy your innate adaptability and openness.

Know you.

  • Strengths
    Strong immune system, easily adapts to dietary and environmental changes
    Balanced nervous system
  • Weaknesses
    Tendency toward autoimmune disease and rare, slow-growing viruses
  • Medical Risks
    Type I diabetes, chronic fatigue, Lou Gehrig’s disease (ALS), multiple sclerosis, autoimmune diseases such as lupus
  • Diet Profile
    Balanced omnivore: meat, dairy, grains, fruits, vegetables, fish, seafood, select beans, legumes
  • Quick Food Reference
    Avoid: chicken, corn, lentils, peanuts, sesame seeds, wheat
    Beneficial: greens, eggs, venison, liver, licorice tea
  • Exercise Routines
    Moderate physical exercise that include a mental component: hiking, cycling, tennis or swimming

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