There are four main ones when it comes to blood type and those are type A (Agrarian), type B (Bavarian), Type O (Original hunter) and type AB, which is the most common one and it has the strongest immune system.

Apart from all of these, there are more than 400 blood type subcategories and they all depend on the person’s profile, health, and lifestyle.

Foods that Suit Different Blood Type

Nevertheless, due to the fact that there 4 types are the focal point to a person’s wellbeing, you need to see all the foods that suit the different blood types.

  • Blood Type A: mostly vegetarian, fish, chicken, and yogurt. Do not consume legumes, spicy foods, and coffee.
  • Blood Type B: based on dairy, mutton, fish, vegetables, tea, and grains. Stay away from alcohol, preservatives, and excessive noise.
  • Blood Type O: meat, fish, vegetables, and fasting. Do not eat dairy products, processed foods, and avoid over-eating.
  • Blood Type AB: these people that have this blood type can eat almost anything. The best foods, however, are organic, fresh raw foods, and you should avoid cooked and processed meals.

Personalities of the Blood Types

  • Blood Type A: compassionate, organized, efficient, leading skills.
  • Blood Type B: meditative, flexible, friendly, active.
  • Blood Type O: practical, assertive, attentive, empathetic.
  • Blood Type AB: rational, calm, strong, innovative.

Stress Affecting Blood Types

  • Blood Type A: these people cannot handle stress so easily and they need time to get over it. The main thing you would need to do is stay hydrated.
  • Blood Type B: these people are most of the time calm, however, their mood can escalate really fast and cause mood swings. What can help here are breathing techniques.
  • Blood Type O: these usually show some tendencies towards anger and they can deal with it by visualizing concepts.
  • Blood Type AB: these people are able to balance stress really well and they can become very angry easily as well. Activity can help them release tension.

Blood Type and Fat

  • Blood Type A: can consume fats from meats and sugars.
  • Blood Type B: they can have problems if they consume deep-fried foods and bread.
  • Blood Type O: if people of this type change their eating habits they can gain weight.
  • Blood Type AB: can gain weight as well if inactive.

The Rh factor is very important when it comes to blood system groups. The first one is ABO. This one is composed out of 50 defined blood-group antigens. The most important ones are D, C, c, E, e.

The Rh factor can be RH Positive, RH Negative, only applying to the D antigen.

RH positive has the D antigen, whereas the RH negative does not.

Pregnant Women Can Suffer From Rh Factor Changes

  • Hemolytic Disease- collapse of red blood cells
  • Erythroblastosis Fetalis- creating unripe red blood cells in the fetus

The is what usually happens when the father’s blood type is not compatible with the mom’s. In a case one of them is Rh-negative and the other one positive.

So, the mother can be injected with RhoGAm or Rho (D) which is made from blood plasma, at 28 weeks of gestation within 72 hours after giving birth.

Therefore, this will be able to prevent the growth of antibodies from the mother’s body to the fetus. The injection has Rh-positive blood which will prevent the development of antibodies which can cause harm to the fetus.

Blood Types and Transfusions

  • AB can receive blood from all types, but it can only give to AB.
  • A can receive blood from type A or O, but only give to A or AB.
  • B can receive from type B or O but only give to B or AB.
  • O can receive from O only, but it can give to all the other types.

There are also so-called universal donors which are people who have the O RH D negative blood type. Also, there are those with type AB RH D positive and they are universal recipients.

Plasma Compatibility

  • AB can receive plasma from AB, but give to all the other blood types.
  • A can receive plasma from A and AB, but donate only to A and O.
  • B can receive plasma from B and AB and only give to B and O.
  • O is the universal receiver, but it can only donate to O.

The plasma of the blood type O has anti-A and anti-B bodies which can be only donated to O recipients. However, AB plasma can be donated to all types due to the fact that it has neither anti-A nor anti-B antibodies.