The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 16
primitive blood types
Posted By: john,type B,non-sec
In Response To: How did type A's really live? (Dean)
5 mil. yrs. ago our ancestors were for the most part vegetarian,as our brains developed there was a needed shift toward a higher fat diet(for our brains and for more variety of food resources to survive).i can only assume that at one time there was type A and type O.the A type may have temporary died out due to the shift and greater hunting proficiency.perhaps this same type simply re-emerged about 25,000 years ago when modern humans became agriculturalist.then the B type evolved from A's and B's who migrated to colder climates with domesticated animal herds,and consumed ferminted milk.
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Bob G(O) -- Wednesday, 23 May 2001, at 4:26 p.m.
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