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  Excerpt from "The Complete Blood Type Diet Encyclopedia"
Two basic blood group B population patterns emerged out of the Neolithic revolution in Asia: an agrarian, relatively sedentary population located in the south and east, and the wandering nomadic societies of the north and west.
The incidence of blood group B was probably very high in these Steppe dwellers, so the appearance of group AB in Europe is probably the result of the intermingling of these Eastern invaders with their European hosts.
Blood group AB is rarely found in European graves prior to 900 A.D. Studies of prehistoric grave exhumations in Hungary indicate a distinct lack of this blood group into the Langobard age (fifth to seventh century A.D.).
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 EldonCard Blood Type Kit - 915001
Blood typing is determined by the type of antigens or markers that are on the surface of red blood cells (either "A" or "B") and if there are antibodies to a portion of the blood type known as the Rh factor (either "positive" or "negative").
Blood type is inherited from and dependent upon, the blood type of an individual's parents.
In the case of a transfusion, a person's blood type needs to be compatible with the donor's blood type or an allergic-type reaction can occur resulting from the immune system of the recipient attacking the incompatible donor blood cells as invading organisms.
www.healthtestingathome.com /index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=2   (0 words)

 blood type diet
There is no reasonable scientific basis for the claim that blood type should determine one's diet, though Peter claims to have collected "over 1,000 scientific articles on blood types and their correlations to disease, biochemistry, nutrition, and anthropology."* Even so, he's never done a controlled study on blood type diets.
Since most people are unaware of their blood types, let alone what foods are "evolutionarily inappropriate" for them to eat, it is reasonable to assume that on most days most people eat the "wrong foods" for their blood type (e.g., Type O eating wheat, Type A eating meat, etc.).
Since people in blood group B have B antigens and carry anti-A in their plasma, type A blood should not be given to those in Group B, and vice versa.
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 Blood Types
If the red blood cell had neither molecule, that blood was called type O. If two different blood types are mixed together, the blood cells may begin to clump together in the blood vessels, causing a potentially fatal situation.
A person with type O blood can receive blood from a person with type O. Because of these patterns, a person with type O blood is said to be a universal donor.
A person with type AB blood is said to be a universal receiver.
sln.fi.edu /biosci/blood/types.html   (303 words)

 Veg.ca - The "Blood Type Diet": Fact or Fiction?
According to the blood type diet theory, people with Type A blood (39% of the population) are best off as vegetarians, while people with Type O (46% of the population) are natural born meat eaters.
Type B's (11% of the population) are somewhere in the middle.
However, to convince me that blood type is the key determining factor in the diet-colitis link, D’Adamo would have to present solid evidence that wheat-induced colon dysfunction is a condition peculiar to (or significantly more common in) people with Type O blood.
www.veg.ca /issues/blood-type.html   (0 words)

 MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia: Blood typing
What type you have depends on whether or not there are certain proteins, called antigens, on the red blood cells or if there are antibodies to these substances.
The liquid part of your blood without cells (serum) is mixed with blood that is known to be type A and Type B. Persons with Type A blood have anti-B antibodies, and those with Type B blood have anti-A antibodies.
Blood typing is also done to tell whether or not you have a substance called Rh factor on the surface of your red blood cells If you have this substance, you are considered Rh+ (positive).
www.nlm.nih.gov /medlineplus/ency/article/003345.htm   (0 words)

 Personality Traits By Blood Type - A Japanese Concept - Japanese Culture
Type A's are the most artistic of the blood groups.
Type B's are the individualists of the blood group categories and find their own way in life.
Type AB's are the split personalities of the blood groups.
www.bellaonline.com /articles/art22988.asp   (415 words)

 What are Blood Types?
People who have an AA genotype are said to have type A blood because the agglutinogen on their red blood cells has the enzyme activity associated with the A allele.
In the case of blood type, both the AA and AO genotypes cause individuals to display the A blood type phenotype.
The frequency with which blood types are observed is determined by the frequency with which the three alleles of the ABO gene are found in different parts of the world (allele frequency).
learn.genetics.utah.edu /units/basics/blood/types.cfm   (0 words)

 Blood Type Test - [Medical Test]
Blood type tests are done before a person gets a blood transfusion and to check a pregnant woman's blood type.
Blood type may also be done to see if two people are likely to be blood relatives.
Although "universal donor" and "universal recipient" types may be used to classify blood in an emergency, blood type tests are always done to prevent transfusion reactions.
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 CIGNA - Blood Type Test
Blood type may be done to check the identity of birth parents.
For example, in a paternity case, if the blood types of a mother and her child are checked against blood types of the possible fathers, the real father can sometimes be found by the blood type match.
However, blood type is more useful in proving that a man is not the father than it is in proving that he is the father.
www.cigna.com /healthinfo/hw3681.html   (0 words)

 Blood Types — FactMonster.com
Human blood is grouped into four types: A, B, AB, and O. Each letter refers to a kind of antigen, or protein, on the surface of red blood cells.
In a blood transfusion, a patient must receive a blood type that is compatible with his or her own blood type—that is, the donated blood must be accepted by the patient's own blood.
Type O– blood is considered the “universal donor” because it can be donated to people of any blood type.
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 Human Blood: ABO Blood Types
However, if B type blood is injected into their systems, anti-B antibodies in their plasma will recognize it as alien and burst or agglutinate the introduced red cells in order to cleanse the blood of alien protein.
Despite the fact that the blood types of children are solely determined by inheritance from their parents, paternity in the U.S. and many other nations can no longer be legally established based on conventional blood typing.
For instance, individuals with type A blood are at a somewhat higher risk of contracting smallpox and developing cancer of the esophagus, pancreas, and stomach.
anthro.palomar.edu /blood/ABO_system.htm   (0 words)

 Blood Types Tutorial
A father who is blood type AB could pass either an A or a B allele to his son or daughter.
The following Blood Type Calculator lets you determine the *possible* blood type of a child, given the blood types of the two biological parents or the *possible* blood types of one biological parent, given the blood types of the child and the other biological parent.
We emphasize "possible" because, in most cases, blood typing is not conclusive when attempting to determine, include or exclude an individual as the parent of an offspring.
www.biology.arizona.edu /human_bio/problem_sets/blood_types/inherited.html   (0 words)

 Blood Groups, Blood Typing and Blood Transfusions
If you belong to the blood group 0 (null), you have neither A or B antigens on the surface of your red blood cells but you have both A and B antibodies in your blood plasma.
The B antibodies in the A+ blood bind the antigens in the B+ blood and agglutination occurs.
The agglutination indicates that the blood has reacted with a certain antibody and therefore is not compatible with blood containing that kind of antibody.
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 Blood: Types - The Human Heart: An Online Exploration from The Franklin Institute, made possible by Unisys
If the red blood cell had neither molecule, that blood was called type O. If two different blood types are mixed together, the blood cells may begin to clump together in the blood vessels, causing a potentially fatal situation.
A person with type A blood can receive blood from a person with type A or type O. A person with type B blood can receive blood from a person with type B or type O. A person with type AB blood can receive blood from anyone.
A person with type O blood can receive blood from a person with type O. Because of these patterns, a person with type O blood is said to be a universal donor.
www.fi.edu /learn/heart/blood/types.html   (0 words)

While about 45 percent of the North American population has type O blood, more than 50 percent of the transfusion are type O. During the summer months and over long holiday weekends, emergency blood needs increase, just as donations usually fall as regular donors are on vacation.
Type O negative blood is often the best transfusion choice for newborn infants.
Type O negative must be available for extreme emergencies when there is not time to type and crossmatch the patient.
www.inova.com /blood_donor/information_on_blood/universal_donor.jsp   (0 words)

 Fad Diets: Blood Type Diet   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Blood Type Diet, popularized by the best-selling book Eat Right For Your Type by Dr. Peter D’Adamo, a naturopathic physician, is based on the theory that people with different blood types respond differently to specific foods.
Type O’s for instance, are descended from hunters and consequently must eat meat to maintain optimum health and to lose weight.
The Blood Type Diet is unrealistic if members of one family have different blood types, requiring them to each follow a completely different diet.
www.diets-atoz.com /apex/fad/blood_type.htm   (301 words)

 Blood - Current Supply
Most people also have an inherited condition of the red blood cells known as the Rh factor, or antigen D. When the D antigen is present, a person's blood type is designated Rh positive.
In an emergency, a person may need blood to survive, and if their blood type is not known, type O negative blood is given.
The most compatible blood for a transfusion for a critically ill patient is most likely to come from someone with the same ethnic, racial and genetic background as the patient.
arcblood.redcross.org /new_site/blood_type_information.htm   (664 words)

 Blood Type
For example: blood type A (then B) are the most prone to be cortisol (a catabolic hormone that breaks down amino acids from the muscles and converts them into glucose for energy) resistant and tend to have the highest rise in cortisol with stress.
The blood type response to stress greatly influences thyroid hormone function on the cellular level.  Proper thyroid levels are critical for maintaining normal bodyfat levels.
Types A and AB are the only types that can do well on strict vegan diets.
www.veloforce.net /bloodtype.html   (512 words)

 Eldoncard Blood Typing Kit
The EldonCard blood typing kit uses the basic forward antibody method of blood hematology to easily and quickly provide the user with their blood type (A, AB, B or O) and rhesus factor (Rh negative or Rh positive) in a few minutes without the need for special laboratory supplies or training.
Paternity testing often involves blood typing, which may or may not be able to prove if someone could be the parent of a child using the basic dominant/recessive gene matrix calculation.
The blood type and Rh factor are then interpreted by matching the test results from the Eldoncard with the result chart.
www.craigmedical.com /Blood_typing_kit.htm   (1201 words)

 Your Blood Type & Pregnancy
Knowing the blood types of both mother and father of the baby is very important in ensuring the health of the fetus.
Basically, there are four blood types in the ABO system: A, B, AB, and O. Your blood type is actually established before you are born.
However, if B type blood is injected into their body, anti-B antibodies in their blood system will recognize it as an alien, attacking and destroying the foreign, introduced red cells.
www.expectantmothersguide.com /library/pittsburgh/bloodtype.htm   (919 words)

 Blood Type Diet: Weight Loss Bible
Blood types have not been given much thought in the past, but now there is a diet that is considerate of it even as far as designing diets that pertain to each blood type.
It is believed that people with blood type B have the best chances of escaping common diseases as well as the severer ones such as cancer and heart disease.
People with this blood type are believed to be victims of hypothyroidism, and intense levels of stomach acid that could lead to ulcers.
www.weightlossbible.org /EatRight4YourType.html   (444 words)

 Animated Blood Types
Blood clotting is an entirely different biochemical mechanism involving blood platelets (thrombocytes) and the clotting protein prothrombin which is converted into thrombin.
In the case of A-B-O blood incompatibility, the anti-A and anti-B antibodies of a type O mother may enter the circulatory system of a Type A or Type B fetus, thus causing agglutination of the fetal RBCs.
Unlike the A-B-O blood types where all the alleles occur on one pair of loci on chromosome pair #9, the Rh factor involves three different pairs of alleles located on three different loci on chromosome pair #1.
waynesword.palomar.edu /aniblood.htm   (0 words)

 Blood Type Card
The answer to the first question is that the blood typing document records (in an internationally accepted scientific nomenclature) the variants detected in 15 or more genetic systems.
Horse blood group factors are analogous to the human types such as O negative, A positive, and so on.
A third section of the blood type record provides information on genetic differences generally known as protein variants that are detected by the technique of electrophoresis.
www.vgl.ucdavis.edu /~lvmillon/typecard.html   (1111 words)

 Blood Type Diet Checklist and Review- Blood Type Checklist - AOL Diet & Fitness
According to his theory, blood type determines a person's susceptibility to disease, which foods you can tolerate, and what kind of exercise is beneficial.
Taboo for type B's are ketchup, corn syrup and rhubarb.
Type "O" dieters fare well with high protein meals that include lean, organic meats (no more than six ounces per meal) and limited amounts of grains, legumes, and beans.
diets.aol.com /a-z/bloodtype/_a/blood-type-checklist/20050610162109990008   (654 words)

 Blood Type Facts - BloodBook, Blood Information for Life
Donors of Blood group O were always referred to as 'universal donors.' Today, because of new research and a better understanding of the complex issues regarding immune reaction related to incompatible donor Blood cells, type O Blood is no longer automatically seen as being suitable in most every case.
Recent Blood research indicates that where, at one time, a person with type O negative Blood was considered to be a 'universal donor,' this may no longer be correct, because of a better understanding of the complex issues of immune reactions related to incompatible donor Blood cells.
The A antigen is on type A cells; the B antigen is on type B cells.
www.bloodbook.com /type-facts.html   (1329 words)

 Fad Diets - The Blood Type Diet   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Type AB (Modern) combination of A and B with moderate exercise such as yoga.
The Theory Behind the Blood Type Diet is that our bodies were adapted to different foods and levels of physical activity based on when these blood types appeared in our pre-history.
The Result of the Blood Type Diet is you will likely lose weight by limiting food choices as long as you can live with the limitations.
www.beeslender.com /weightLossAdvice/hntWeightLossBloodTypeDiet.htm   (200 words)

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