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    Default What blood type are you?

    I was recently reading an article about my blood group AB and how it is a rare one and people with it most likely to develop amnesia than any other blood group.

    Two out of four of my siblings actually know their blood type, do you know what yours is?

    Here is a link to blood types: http://www.donateblood.com.au/about-blood/types

    Mine is AB positive.

    DH is A positive.

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    DH , DS and I are all AB positive
    Have you read the eat right for your blood type books? They are really fascinating

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    No, I haven't @Elijahs Mum, and how amazing that you're all the same blood group! A friend follows her blood group diet, I will have to have a look out for the books.

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    B positive here

    Interesting, I didnt know B blood types are on the rarer side.

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    O Negative here
    Both my DS are B Positive and I'm not sure about DH

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    Quote Originally Posted by [Mod] Uniquey View Post
    No, I haven't @Elijahs Mum, and how amazing that you're all the same blood group! A friend follows her blood group diet, I will have to have a look out for the books.
    Its really interesting - AB blood types do better on small amounts or no meat and only lamb and turkey are easy to digest, all seafood is good except shellfish, wheat is not tolerated well and yogurt and goat cheese is good but cows milk and cheese not so much , my mum is A and they are healthier eating no red meat whereas by dad, sister and brother are all B,s and do best on a high meat and dairy diet!
    The funny thing is mum and I don't eat red meat or chicken and have never liked it and everyone else in the family are all meat eating carnivores!

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