Knowing your blood type is an important tool for understanding how your body reacts to food, your susceptibility to disease and your natural reaction to stress. A single drop of blood contains a biochemical makeup as unique to you as your fingerprint.
Research has found that individuals of certain blood types may be at a higher risk for certain diseases; studies have found that people with blood type O have a lower risk for heart disease, but a higher risk for developing stomach ulcers. People who are blood type A have higher risks of microbial infections. Other research has found type AB and B blood have a much higher risk of developing pancreatic cancer.
People of different blood types have different gut bacteria, in fact, certain bacteria are 50,000 more likely to turn up in people with one blood type or the other. For example, the microbiome of certain people developed to break down carbohydrates much more efficiently (blood type A). People lacking this ability (blood type O) tend to store carbs as fat.
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