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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 16

How did type A's really live?

Posted By: Dean
Date: Sunday, 27 May 2001, at 12:53 a.m.

In Response To: what a sloppy evolutionary story (Dylan realtor)

yes, i have thought about and discussed the same concept with others also.

i was asked: if the different blood types emerged over 1-5 million years ago, and the agricultural revolution occurred less than 50,000 years ago, how is it that that agriculture or diet had anything to do with type A, B creation when at the time most if not all were still hunter/gatherer.

another question: cultures of colder climates such as in central and northern europe have type A's, however have never eaten brown rice or tofu in their life.. yet these A's managed to live long and healthy lives.. this could also be applied to mediterranean type A's as well which may eat more fish, but certainly don't live as vegetarian or ever touched soy.

finally: to live as a type A at any time more than 100 years ago would have entailed doing manual labour (especially if type A's were agricultural) which is very physically demanding.. if type A's don't do well with intense physical work, how did they manage to farm, plough, etc. or if in the mountains go hunting etc.

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