Dr. D'Adamo did some genetic research on how different blood types react to different foods.
He may be on target in the general sense but I don't fully agree with the specifics. This is to be expected I think because you still need to take
into account the uniqueness of the individualm & any extenuating circumstances. But I think his system is still valid in the general sense.
You're right, ktp. Type O - is considered the universal donor, with most other blood types being able to safely take it because it lacks A, B and rh
antibodies. On the other hand, Type O can recieve only type O.
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