Blood type dating
They don’t sweat the small stuff and can be seen as spiritual and even at times a bit “flaky”. If they feel too confined, they’ll break out of that box and do things their own way.
Only about 2 – 5% of the population are blood type AB. They are stronger and more active than type A’s, but need to pay attention to stress levels so that they don’t compromise their immunity. When it comes to food choices and AB must discover when they are more B-like or A-like.
In Japan, blood types are considered an important indicator of a person's personality.
It's known as the "Japanese Blood Type Personality Theory." Though this may seem far-fetched, a lot of people believe in it.
While they are capable of leadership positions, they may not take them because the stress is not good for their tightly wired systems. They have roles in discovering more about and refining science, economics, manufacturing, etc.
Their research on microflora and other areas of medicine is some of the best and most meticulous in the world. This quality shows up in their perfecting electronics like TV’s and also less expensive more efficient cars that were originally created here in the US.
Often bottling up anxiety in order to get along with others, they may hold in their emotions until they explode.
Many are tense, impatient and unable to sleep well.
Blood type O’s tend to have sluggish blood flow and feel better with vigorous exercise for about an hour each day.
Japan's interest in blood types comes from the idea that a person's blood helps define their personality. When someone acts a certain way, Japanese people like to tease, saying, "Of course you'd do that, you're B," and so on. Want to find out if your personality matches your blood type? They don't care much about little things (as you can see from the mikan picture above), so their behavior sometimes freaks out more sensitive A types. Blood type B has a strong sense of curiosity, but at the same time, loses interest easily.
It facilitates communication and helps people feel more open with one another. Though they're often late to events (and sometimes rude), O types are incredibly resilient and flexible, enabling them to roll with the punches. Though there are a lot of positives to B types, people tend to focus on the negatives for reasons we'll get into later.
Low stomach acid is common among blood type A’s even from birth, so special care should be taken when eating animal proteins.
Using digestive enzymes, like Assist Dairy and Protein, along with consuming fermented foods and drinks is really a must for A’s.