strong sense of responsibility,
ability to make sound decisions.
They are also short on intrinsic factor to absorb vitamin B12 so are prone to pernicious anaemia. Magnesium is often needed. ‘A’ blood group is more prone to excess mucous, particularly from dairy foods and wheat. Other problems are often respiratory, allergies, diabetes.
A diet centered grains and vegetables most suitable.
A people are said to often suffer from fatigue, so you may want to consider lightening the load in your workout everyone in a while.
making their likes and dislikes apparent,
have many interests.
B copes well with stress and needs moderate exercise. Magnesium is needed to metabolise carbohydrates. Low magnesium levels makes B prone to viral infections, fatigue, depression, nervous disorders, and skin problems.
Dairy products, eggs, and liver or most suitable (encourage weight loss) for people with B type blood.
On the other hand, foods such as wheat and peanuts should be avoided as
Exercise that can be done at home while watching TV is recommended for people with blood type B.
Relating to your diet, people with AB blood type have the healthy advantage of being part of both groups, substantially diversifying the foods they are likely to eat. However, the same can’t be said for the reverse. In the same way, the foods that people with AB blood type may differ from eating the same types of food that A / B people would also.
Wheat and dairy are usually OK though watch for mucous. The banana lectin is unsuited for AB.
Good Foods for AB blood type:
Avoid red meat.
Cool body temperature always.
Need to practise yoga or dancing to keep warmup
Superb sensory abilities
They need B vitamins to stimulate their slow metabolism – also calcium, iodine and vitamin A from plant sources. O’s need to exercise to relieve stress. Stress can result in arthritis, asthma, ulcers, obesity, fatigue, depression, insomnia in O blood group.
Good foods for O:
Red meat and poultry
Cold water fish like mackerel and herring
Butter, cheese and yoghurt made from ewe’s and goat’s milk