8 Things Your Blood Type Can Tell You About Your Health

By Dr Ernst
July 23, 2021

“An ounce of blood is worth more than a pound of friendship” – Spanish Proverb

You can change your lifestyle, and many of us do from time to time. But, you cant change your blood type – which was pre-determined by your parents type and a bit of genetic luck.   Your blood type is determined by microscopic substances that live on the surface of you red blood cells.  These tiny proteins interact with your immune system in ways that change your risks and susceptibility for various lifestyle conditions.   Many researchers even believe that your blood type can tell you what type of diet you should  be eating, the types of workouts you should be doing and even the types of health issues you tend to end up with when you do not take health into your own hands.

So depending on whether you’re type A, B, AB, or O, you may be more or less likely to suffer from heart trouble, cancer, and several other maladies. Here’s what your blood type could mean for you:

Blood Type O  (negative and positive)

Strengths: Hardy digestive tract, strong immune system, natural defenses against infections.  System preserves and metabolizes nutrients efficiency.

Weaknesses:  Intolerant to new dietary and environmental conditions.  Tendency towards an overactive tive immune system, ie autoimmune disorders (thyroid, rheumatoid, lupus, MS etc

Health Risks: Blood clotting disorders, inflammatory disorders, low thyroid production, ulcers and allergies

Diet Profile: High protein, meat, fish, vegetables, fruits.  Limit grains, beans and legumes

Healing Profile:
: wheat, corn, navy beans, lentils, kidney beans, and all dairy. 
        Add: kelp, seafood, red meats, kale, spinach, broccoli, olives and olive oil

Supplements Needed:  B Vitamins, Calcium, Licorice, Fucus, Bladderwrack

Exercise: Intense physical exercise – MaxT3, Crossfit, aerobics, running, martial arts

Personality: Strong, leader, self-reliant

Blood Type A  (negative and positive)

Strengths:  Adapts well to dietary and environmental variety, system preserves and metabolizes nutrients efficiently.

Weaknesses: Unable to digest and metabolize meat proteins easily, vulnerable immune system, open to bacterial and viral invasion.

Health Risks: Heart disease, type I, II & III diabetes, cancer, liver and gallbladder disorders

Diet Profile:
Mostly vegetarian: vegetables, tofu, ancient grains, beans, legumes, fruit and turkey.

Healing Profile:
: Red meats, dairy, kidney beans, lima beans, wheat and corn.
        Add: Olive oils, seafood, vegetables, pineapple.

Supplements Needed: Digestive enzymes, Vitamin B12, Folic Acid, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Hawthorne, Echinacea, Quercetin, Milk Thistle

Exercise: Low intense, calming, centering exercises (yoga, tai chi, pilates)

Personality: Analytical, settled, visionary

Blood Type B  (negative and positive)

Strengths: Strong immune system, versatile adaptation to dietary and environmental changes, balanced nerve system.

Weaknesses: Tendency towards autoimmune diseases and rare, slow-growing viruses (EBV, CMV etc)

Health Risks: Type I diabetes, chronic fatigue, autoimmune disease, Lou Gehrig’s disease, lupus, multiple sclerosis.

Diet Profile:
Balanced omnivore: meats, dairy, grains, fruits, vegetables, fish, seafoods, beans, legumes

Healing Profile:
        Avoid: Chicken, corn, lentils, peanuts, sesame seeds, wheat
        Add: Greens, eggs, venison, liver, licorice

Supplements Needed: Magnesium, licorice, ginkgo biloba, lecithin

Exercise: Moderate physical exercise with mental components: hiking, rock climbing, tennis, cycling and swimming.

Personality: Balanced, flexible, creative

Blood Type AB  (negative and positive)

Strengths: Designed for modern conditions, highly tolerant immune system, versatile

Weaknesses: Sensitive digestive tract, open to microbial invasion (bacterial, fungal and yeast)

Health Risks: Heart disease & cancer

Diet Profile:
Mixed: Lamb, fish, dairy, tofu, beans, legumes, ancient grains, vegetables, fruits

Healing Profile:
:  Chicken, corn, kidney beans, buckwheat
       Add:  Tofu, seafood, kelp, greens

Supplements Needed: Vitamin C, hawthorne, echinacea, valerian, quercetin, milk thistle

Exercise: Calming, centering exercises (yoga, tai chi, pilates) combined with moderate exercise like cycling & tennis

Personality: Rare, versatile, compassionate

Knowing your blood type isn’t just good for when you donate blood to help others, its also helps you to have the nutritional upper hand in weight loss and health restoration.  Additionally, cleansing your blood using the above protocols has been shown to open up a brighter and more vibrant you!

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