Friday, May 26, 2017

Blood Type O? Here's Why You Should Avoid Caffeine and Alcohol!


Blood Type O People are very rare. As you all know, they are the universal donors. These people can save a lot of lives by donating blood to other blood groups but they can only take blood from their same kind.



There are lots of reports how these people are unique and true born leaders. However, they are more prone to certain diseases, as well.

If you got in contact with Blood Type O People you know they are impulsive and hyperactive. Even the simplest thing could get them out of their skin and irritate them. They handle most of the things with a great dose of stress.


That’s unhealthy and probably one of the reasons why they are exposed to all those diseases that connect with them.


When you consider all the possible things, mixing this blood type with an unhealthy diet and sedimentary lifestyle, you are becoming more prone to destructive processes of your metabolism. This includes slower thyroid activity, insulin resistance, and weight gain.

On top of this, they are “enjoying” increased amounts of stomach acids which have its good side and bad side. If you don’t eat balanced meals and don’t take a good care of it, the stomach acids will lead to bigger problems. The amounts of acids can result in sensitive stomach and possible ulcer formation.

Why Should Blood Type 0 People stay away from Caffeine and Alcohol?

I could finish this with saying that it’s for their good. The caffeine could be harmful because it’s a natural adrenaline booster. You don’t need much of it because adrenaline is already in the blood type 0. So, you won’t need something that will spike it up and cause possible damage.


The alcohol damage is for all blood types. It’s a known adrenaline booster and health damager.

Doctors recommend regular exercises of at least 3-4 times a day for the blood type 0 people.

Don’t forget to share this with all of your friends. We all have that friend with this blood type among us.


>Source: Peanut Daily


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