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Do recessive O's exist only to be passed on to offspring or is there more to it?  I've previously joked that being an Ao is what causes me to eat a lot of protein, but is there any truth to things like that?  Do Ao's or Bo's have increased O-like qualities, either physical (like increased levels of IAP) or personality-wise?  I've never seen anything written by Dr D that makes reference to this.


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try a search......read about subtypes of A and MN system

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A1 an A2, each get what they need physiologically.....complex, I know


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I am a Bo if we were to get technical. My dad is a hunter (for sure, although I did not measure him... he fits about 90% of the description).

Ever since my candida cleanse, I am craving protein. Sugars don't do anything for me and I am just happy with protein and feel that I can function better.

My O dad and I have more of a friendship - common interests, etc. My AB mom and I get along really well but more like mother-daughter/sisters (typical of female mother-daughter relationships). The relationship I have with my father is a bit different from the standard father-daughter relationship since we can spend hours discussing music, literature, philosophy, etc.

So... who knows. I was suspecting the same thing (what you wrote) but kept it to myself. You and I can be half Os.


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In the diet systems of Peter D'Adamo it makes no difference if you are heterozygous or homozygous
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Of course not... but this is more of a fun speculation.

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In the diet systems of Peter D'Adamo it makes no difference if you are heterozygous or homozygous




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I am a Bo if we were to get technical. My dad is a hunter (for sure, although I did not measure him... he fits about 90% of the description).

Ever since my candida cleanse, I am craving protein. Sugars don't do anything for me and I am just happy with protein and feel that I can function better.

My O dad and I have more of a friendship - common interests, etc. My AB mom and I get along really well but more like mother-daughter/sisters (typical of female mother-daughter relationships). The relationship I have with my father is a bit different from the standard father-daughter relationship since we can spend hours discussing music, literature, philosophy, etc.

So... who knows. I was suspecting the same thing (what you wrote) but kept it to myself. You and I can be half Os.


I'm a lot like my dad (Type O) and nothing like my mom (A).  I never knew if it was genetics or the way I was raised (or likely a combo of the two), but considering blood type puts an extra spin on it.  Plus it would also be interesting to know if it affects physical/functional aspects.  I don't know if more Ao's are Explorers, but it seems like many are, and Explorer is a GT that overlaps A and O; it sort of seems like a combo of the two with A aspects but more animal protein, more vigorous exercise, etc.


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Very interesting topic, would love to hear more!  
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