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 What's your blood type?
O (103 votes)
40.39%
A (93 votes)
36.47%
B (42 votes)
16.47%
AB (15 votes)
5.88%
other (every poll needs this option, right?) (2 votes)
0.78%
255 Votes Total Last vote Monday, July 28, 2014, 11:32am by Kumar
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ABJoe
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I'm B+, with a B+ brother, an O+ brother, an O- brother, a B+ dad, and don't know mom's type.  She thought it was A+, she does fit the A profile, and she's not big on eating lots of meat, but shouldn't I have an A brother in there somewhere?  I know it's not necessary...

It is possible that she is an A with a recessive O and that she passed on the O in all 4 cases.  


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Hi I am an O + , I have only started on this way of eating , today is day 3, having some headaches but that is usual for me on any new diet I try especially on day 3.
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she s an O and your dad s a Bo


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Dad's a Bo for sure.  Mom could be oo, Bo, or Ao.
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You can pal around with me too Teresa! Since we have a very similar first name also .  Ive been on the diet about a year now too.
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Thanks for the welcome, I have checked with my 4 sisters and they are all o +, my 5 brothers don't have a clue, my 2 daughters are both B+, havn't asked my son yet.
I havn't had much of a weight lose yet, but my mind is less fuzzy, and best of all I havn't had any perscription medication for my acid reflux for 2 days now.
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A for me, too!


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I think if your Mum was A you could have an A/B sibling.  She could be O and that would explain the 2 B's, and 2 O's.


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I've noticed that a lot of As and Os have responded to other polls, and very few Bs and ABs. I'm curious what the breakdown is of various blood types on this board. Are the As and Os posting more, or are there simply more of us on this forum?


I think many have not responded because there are not many of us. The poll is quite similar to the ABO scientific findings. Besides, Bs are wierd anyway.


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Quoted from focused
Besides, Bs are wierd anyway.


Hey!  I resemble that remark.
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Seems like the Bs with over 16% of our poll are represented closely to the world B population of 16%... hmmmmm what does that say about Bs interest in their health...

Mon. night... and now the Bs are up over 17% on the poll... If we go by the estimate of 10% are Bs worldwide, I'd say Bs are represented disproportionately high on this poll.  Wonder why...


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Hey Bs aren't weird, they're fascinating!!!

I sneaked around on the Blog pages and found the indicators for Nomad, Explorer, etc... without officially measuring, looks like I'm an Explorer... D4s look just a hair longer than D2s on both hands...  Well, I coulda told ya that without all this fuss...  


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what does that say about Bs interest in their health.


amazing how more than 80% of Dr D s patients are non secretors......

so there too might be an interesting point to find out

who knows, you might be one of those nonnies!


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Quoted from Sapphi
Seems like the Bs with over 16% of our poll are represented closely to the world B population of 16%... hmmmmm what does that say about Bs interest in their health...


Hi. Please supply source for 16% figure. All the world data I've seen shows closer to 10%. Never seen anything reputable above 11% for a global figure, but would like to see the data. Thanks!


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amazing how more than 80% of Dr D s patients are non secretors......


Always found this interesting. I figure it tells us that a similarly high proportion of those who are seeking other "alternative" modalities are also nonnies, whom mainstream medicine has trouble diagnosing/treating. And nonnies may therefore be the ones seeing the most dramatic positive results from following D'Adamo's prescriptions.

This whole secretor/nonnie story is certainly among the most important aspects of the D'Adamo work.



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http://anthro.palomar.edu/vary/vary_3.htm

This was linked from a blog on this website... which I can't find at the moment... regarding 16% of Bs in world population.

There was a post that I was looking at yesterday which linked to a blog here on this website... there was a blonde woman and now I can't remember the discussion... and she also discussed in vitro selection of sexual preference.


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It sounds like that website was lumping Bs and ABs together with that 16% number, and that the % who "have the A allele" similarly included both As and ABs.


Ruth, Single Mother to 19yo   O- Leah , 18yo O- Hannah, and  12yo B+ Jack


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Okay, I'm not sure, but I think it was on one of Sante's blogs... someone linked to her yesterday, or I read a post yesterday with the link, but I can't find it now.

In any case, I'm surprised thata Bs are even more rare than I thought.

I just picked up an interesting thought from the web... A LOT of the world's population hasn't even been blood-typed... so how can we possibly know the percentages of each blood type in the world?  Every number is an estimate, or not?


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read the part about evolution in the er books


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sorry, what are the er books???


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sorry, what are the er books???

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DUUUUH... thanks... eventually I'll see all the shortcuts and you won't have to tell me... then there will be another newbie...  no end in sight...


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Okay, I'm not sure, but I think it was on one of Sante's blogs....


Nope.



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