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macawluver
Tuesday, November 14, 2006, 7:18pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I was wondering if anyone knows if being RH- is considered overall to be a disadvantage from a health stand point? While reading the Blood Type Encyclopedia, I noticed that there are several bacterial and viral diseases that being RH- greatly increases your risk. As far as bacterial goes, being RH- puts you at greater risk of contracting Tuberculosis and Typhoid. On the viral side, Mono and Mumps are more likly to affect RH- people.

On the other side of things though, as far as cancer is concerned, I understand that some studies have put RH- people at an advantage as far as their immunity in that they have found a higher natural NK cytotoxicity against target cells.

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That's interesting. I missed those points in the Encyclopedia.

All I know is that my diet is a bit more like a nonnie because of my Rh status.  Less grain, more protein servings.


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Would like to know where you read about TB etc. for Rh-'s as there is someone in my family who was healthy and contracted this disease and is Rh- and I can see some little things in my siblings and children that are Rh- .These being naturally low blood pressure, nose bleeds in childhood but these could be some other genetic link. But I am curious ......

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http://www.dadamo.com/wiki/wiki.pl/Rhesus_(Rh)_Blood_Group

http://www.dadamo.com/faq/smartfaq.cgi?answer=988813876&id=988813483

http://www.dadamo.com/bloggers/ask/archives/00000320.htm

http://www.dadamo.com/wiki/wiki.pl?action=localmap;id=Rhesus_(Rh)_Blood_Group

there s much much more.....use your search button on the left hand side of the home page....
information on this site is endless!


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Information from Lola is endless!!      



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It is all available here........all we need to do is get our fish rods and go fishing!!! lol


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WOW - Lola .....thanks so much  

Looks like I'll be busy for quite a while !!  
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anytime!  
some links are quite scientific, so if questions arise, there will surely be someone to help you out.


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If Rh- can make a secretor more like a noni, what does Rh- do to a noni?      
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If Rh- can make a secretor more like a noni, what does Rh- do to a noni?      


My guess is that it would make them a super nonnie. By BTD principles rh neg makes no difference if one is A or AB as far as meat/fish servings are concerned,(I have never understood why this makes a difference for B'sand O's, but not for A or AB), but we are to decrease the number of starch/grain servings. My diet is nothing like the A nonsecretor diet due to rh neg and nonsecretor.


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an RH - is even more susceptible to grains.......and nonnies are, too........


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an RH - is even more susceptible to grains.......and nonnies are, too........


So does this mean that an O Rh- secretor is the same as an O Rh- noni ?  
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no.......not the same......but close when it comes to grains and frequency servings per week, which are 0-3  only........0 to me means none!!!lol


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