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Depression, Stress and Your Blood Type  

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Quoted from Dr. Ginger Nash
One’s blood type can certainly predispose an individual to different ways of responding to stress and balancing mood. This is because the gene that codes for ABO blood type also affects other genes in close proximity that control things like dopamine metabolism, cortisol levels, and other processes that will affect the entire nervous system’s coordination. For example, Type B needs additional nitrogen rich foods and supplements because their bodies lack the ability to produce a compound called nitric oxide to the extent that the other blood types do. Nitric oxide helps coordinate the nervous system, immune system and cardiovascular system. We know that when you are stressed all three of these systems are put under more strain.


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http://northamericanpharmacal.com/living/2014/03/depression-stress-blood-type/


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What type is affected by stress the most & what type the least?  I am assuming A for the most & O for the least.  I would think AB is a close second to A.
Thanks for any info.


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Cortiguard is mostly Baccopa. I'd love to have a visit with Dr. D. and figure out some alternate amino acids to go along with that herb, or switch to something else.

On the other hand -- is a steady supply of Glutathione the best insurance a type A would have to couple with everything, when under extreme stress?


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Very good article--comprehensive overview in a succinct package.  I have shared it on my Facebook page.


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Cordyceps...whisper..whisper..cordyceps...and add some l'arginin for all AB'rs ...as well,&  vit. C... sorry  only my 2 cent's


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Let's not forget that we're all unique individuals, and blood type is just the starting point. Not everyone will do well on the supplements recommended for their blood types.


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