The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 5
Doesn't the O in AO or BO bloodtype mean anything?
Posted By: mlou
An A bloodtype can be AO or AA, a B can be BO or BB. Even though the O is recessive, it is still there; does this mean that it is necessarily masked in every function? Blood typing seems to show O only as lack of A and B, but does this necessarily mean that something isn't there? I don't understand all of this, since I keep coming up with questions that I can't answer, but it seems that if OO blood shows certain reactions with food, one O in the bloodtype would show it also.
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Peter D'Adamo -- Tuesday, 21 July 1998, at 7:38 p.m.
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