Did you know that anthropologists believe that type O is the oldest and most common blood type, originating in Southern Africa?
It is a common belief in Japan that your personality, career and even your diet can be influenced by your blood type.
Type O: Confident, strong-willed, judgmental, dedicated, self-determined, competitive, goal-oriented
O’s can have great energy and strong survival instincts. They enjoy power – and aren’t shy about attempting to seize it. Very competitive, they are the pit bulls of the business world, making excellent, if not sometimes dogmatic, bosses – better at making money than friends. O’s may be decisive and positive, but selfishness and arrogance are also typical traits. They may have a strong sense of purpose and be romantic, easily influenced, and good at organizing activities. They have an aptitude for writing and a love of hearty eating and exercise. O’s aspire to positions of power and leadership and may be born achievers. They may make the best government leaders, heads of corporations, and captains of sports teams.
|Business-minded||Accountant||Seafood or red meat|
|Respectful||Businessperson||Vigorous aerobic exercise|
Best O Jobs:
Some O’s of note include Ronald Reagan and Queen Elizabeth.
If you’re blood type O (“for old,” as in humanity’s oldest blood line) your digestive tract retains the memory of ancient times, so you’re metabolism will benefit from lean meats, poultry, and fish. You’re advised to restrict grains, breads, and legumes, and to enjoy vigorous exercise.
39% are O+
7% are O-
If you are O+ you can receive blood from O+, O- and give blood to O+, A+, B+, AB+
If you are O- you can receive blood from O-, and give blood to All blood groups
*This information is provided for the participants’ enjoyment. You should seek medical supervision for all matters regarding your health.Sources: http://www.bloodcenters.org/docs/type.pdf http://www.webmd.com/diet/eat-right-for-your-type http://www.blood.ca/CentreApps/Internet/UW_V502_MainEngine.nsf/page/WYT_E?OpenDocument&CloseMenu