But, knowing something as simple as your blood type could change the way you exercise.
“Each blood type is your own genetic blueprint,” said Dina Khader, a registered dietitian and integrative nutrition consultant based in Mt. Kisco, N.Y. “As a result, the foods you eat, the exercise you do would all have to be different. It makes perfect sense.”
There are four different types of blood – A, B, AB and O. Your blood contains different types of antigens, which react with your immune system.
According to research by Dr. James D’Adamo, who wrote the original book “Eat Right for Your Type,” each blood type has evolved over the centuries and therefore, has different reactions to the food you eat and the exercise you do.
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