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Comment from: MALIKA [Visitor]
My dad is AB+ Mum is B+. Can my blood group be B- ? B- should avoid what food?

The gene for Rh negative blood group is recessive, that is, if both parents carry one gene for Rh (D) negative and one for Rh (D) positive, they will both be Rh positive. They do however each have a 50% chance of giving their Rh negative gene to their children, and when this happens the child will be Rh negative, having two Rh negative genes. For discussion of which foods are beneficial for a particular blood group or GenoType see the books "Live Right Your Type" and "The GenoType Diet".


Tom
09/05/10 @ 11:23
Comment from: Olivai [Visitor] Email
I am O+ and AS. My hus is O- and Rh D+. I am pregnant, any risks?
10/05/12 @ 08:09
Comment from: Debbie [Visitor] Email
I am RH neg - had the RHO-Gam shots after 2 pregnancies. I seem to be in pretty good health other than severe outbreaks of adult acne and headaches. I'm a 43 year old female. I have researched loads and loads of info. and over the last 2-3 years have tweaked my diet incredibly, lost about 23 lbs and am now down to 106 (5 feet 1 in tall). I'm eating only organic fruits, veggies and grass fed meats, few nuts and spelt on occasion, no milk, no soy, no processed sugar, sweeteners or honey, no caffeine, no no no.... Unfortunately, I still am having the acne. After reading Junger's Clean book, I made a vow to stop using antibiotics for my skin. Trying to eat right (for me) has been an all out life change. Today, I stumbled onto your site. I've always felt that the outbreaks were allergy related because I can eat a meal and within a few minutes have a lump that acts just like acne. Headaches come on quickly too and can turn into a migraine in no time at all. As a singer and performer - this has really effected my ability to work. I'm greatly in need of advice and want to learn all that I can about this topic. Thanks so much, Debbie
13/12/12 @ 20:22
Comment from: Sofia [Visitor] Email
Hello,
Just found out that I am non-secretor.
I knew I was A Rh-. Quite depressing for the time being. How can I be sure that I shall follow the BTD diet. I "felt" rather ok before. What further tests should be taken before following the advices given in the Live Right for your type book. How do I know that I have low HCL levels. How do I check my thyroid system. My blood pressure has always been low and I thought I had thin blood. Shall I go to a doctor first. Also I cannot figure out my genotype. I do not seem to fit anywhere. Thank you very much for taking your time.

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Being a non-secretor is not necessarily a problem: if you already feel healthy, then knowing your secretor status can help to keep you healthy by adding an extra level of refinement to your diet and lifestyle. If you need help with adjusting to being a non-secretor you can consult a naturopathic doctor who is familiar with blood type and secretor status.

Tom
02/01/13 @ 12:37

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