Blood types are divided into four groups: A, B, AB and O and Rh factor that separates them from positive and negative.
Studies on the importance of blood type on human health has not been studied for a long time because of the notorious Nazi doctor Otto Rehe, who claimed that Type A is characteristic of pure Aryans. According to him, the predominant blood type of their enemies was the type B. However, many recent studies have shown the relationship between certain blood types and diseases.
Blood type A – more fertile, but prone to drinking
People with this blood type have a higher risk of stomach cancer. Women with type A have greater number number of eggs, so it’s more likely they can become pregnant and in the older age. But women with blood type A have a higher risk of stomach cancer, especially if they smoke and if they frequently drink alcoholic beverages. There is also a link between blood type A and susceptibility to alcoholism, and also to Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
Blood type B – a higher risk of ulcers, but better metabolism
People with this blood type have a higher risk of developing pancreatic cancer. Also, people with this blood type have a greater risk of problems with memory, as well as the onset of senility and Alzheimer’s disease in later years. Also they are more prone to ulcers and other inflammations caused by bacteria. However, for them not everything is so black, because they usually have a faster metabolism, build muscle easily and respond well to exercise.