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Race origins and blood type

Interesting racial information and blood types




I believe that facts based in science, free from political influence, should always be the cornerstone of
our racial lives. After all it is easy to disprove political propaganda with hard facts. However nothing
should divide us as a people, we should accept the facts and remain together.

This information was gathered from the book Eat Right for Your Type by a Dr. Peter J. DAdamo with
Catherine Whitney.


As you all already know there are 4 blood types in the world.


Type A, Type B, Type AB and Type O


This book claims that these different blood types originated and tailored themselves to meet the diets of
the early branches of man. Asian, Caucasian and African.

Type A:

The gene for Blood Type A emerged at a point in history when humans were evolving from hunter-
gatherers and settling into more permanent agrarian communities. The Type A gene enabled your
ancestors to survive and thrive on a vegetarian-based diet.

Type B:

As Blood Type B, you carry the genetic imprint of your nomadic ancestors, who advanced the human
race into uncharted territories. The Type B gene enabled your ancestors to survive and thrive at high
elevations and in cold climates, with a balanced diet of meat, dairy, grains, and vegetables.


Type AB:

As Blood Type AB, you carry the genetic blend of your Type AB ancestors, incorporating the
characteristics of both Type A and B. The Type AB gene, still only a 1,000 years old (2 to 5 percent of the
population and biologically complex), enabled your ancestors to make the transition to modern times.


Type O: (LOOK OUT!!!)

As Blood Type O, you carry the genetic imprint of the very first humans, the Cro-Magnon hunter-
gatherers. The Type O gene enabled your ancestors to survive and thrive on a high-protein, meat-based
diet.

Although peoples of different races and cultures may share a blood type, they dont always have the
same frequency of the gene. For example, a Type A person may be AA, meaning both parents passed on
the A gene, or AO, meaning only one parent passed on the A gene. Overall, people of African ancestry
tend to carry the O gene more frequently than people of Caucasian and Asian ancestry.

The gene for Blood Type O developed in Africa, and your ancestors were the original Type Os



I personally dont believe in the Out of Africa theory, it is very possible that environmental conditions
were different in early times and that early whites migrated to Africa to catch a little sun. Or the blacks
were a backwards offshoot.

When you compare Asian and Caucasian brain sizes against the pitifully smaller black brain size, not to
mention how damm ugly they are. It stands against reason that some thing better could have evolved
out of something so subhuman.



Type A: The Cultivator: settled, cooperative, orderly

Strengths: Adapts well to dietary and environmental variety, system preserves and metabolizes
nutrients efficiently

Weaknesses: Unable to digest and metabolize meat protein easily, vulnerable immune system, open to
microbial invasion

Medical risks: Heart Disease, Type I and II diabetes, Cancer, Liver and gallbladder disorders

Diet Profile: Vegetarian; vegetables, tofu, seafood, grains, beans, legumes, fruit

Weight Loss Key: Avoid meat, dairy, kidney bean, lima bean, wheat. Use: Olive oil, soy foods, seafood,
vegetables, pineapple

Supplements: Vitamin B 12, Folic acid, vitamin C and E, Hawthorn, Echinacea Quercetin, Milk thistle

Exercise regimen: calming centering exercises, such as yoga and Tai chi




Type B: The Nomad: balanced, flexible, creative

Strengths: Strong immune system, versatile adaptation to dietary and environmental changes, balanced
nervous system

Weaknesses: No natural weaknesses, however imbalances causes tendency toward autoimmune disease
and rare, slow-growing viruses.

Medical risks: Type I diabetes, chronic fatigue syndrome, autoimmune diseases: lou Gehrigs disease,
lupus, multiple sclerosis

Diet Profile: Balanced Omnivore: meat, dairy, grains, vegetables, fruit

Weight Loss Key: Avoid chicken, corn, lentil, peanuts, sesame, seeds, buckwheat, wheat. Use: greens,
eggs, venison, liver, licorice, tea

Supplements: Magnesium, licorice, ginkgo, biloba, lecithin

Exercise regimen: moderate physical exercise, with a mental component, such as hiking, cycling, tennis
and swimming




Type AB: The Enigma: rare, versatile, spiritual

Strengths: Designed for modern conditions, highly tolerant immune system, versatile

Weaknesses: Sensitive digestive tract, open to microbial invasion

Medical risks: Heart Disease, Cancer

Diet Profile: Mixed diet: meat, fish, dairy, tofu, beans, legumes, grains, vegetables, fruits

Weight Loss Key: Avoid chicken, corn, kidney beans, buckwheat

Supplements: Vitamin C, Hawthorn, Echinaccea, Valerian, Quercetin, Milk thistle

Exercise regimen: calming centering exercises, such as yoga combined with moderate exercise, such as
cycling and tennis




Type O: The Hunter : strong, self-reliant, leader


Strengths: Hardy digestive tract, strong immune system, natural defenses against infection, system
designed for efficient metabolism and preservation of nutrients

Weaknesses: Intolerant to new dietary and environmental conditions, immune system can be overactive
and attack itself

Medical risks: Blood-clotting disorders, inflammatory diseases, such as arthritis, low thyroid production,
ulcers, allergies

Diet Profile: High Protein, meat, fish, vegetables, fruit. Limited grains, beans, legumes

Weight Loss Key: Avoid wheat, corn, navy beans, lentils, cabbage, dairy foods. Use: kelp, seafood, red
meat, liver, kale, spinach, broccoli, olive oil

Supplements: Vitamin B and K, calcium, iodine, licorice, kelp

Exercise regimen: Intense physical exercises, such as aerobics, running, and martial arts