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  • Aint2Proud2MegAint2Proud2Meg Posts: 188Member, Premium Member Posts: 188Member, Premium Member
    CheeriO's, I guess.
  • manderson27manderson27 Posts: 3,296Member Member Posts: 3,296Member Member
    Cheeri "O" s
    Wheet "O" s
    "O"ats
    T"O"ast
    Bac"O"n

    Hope this helps >:)

    Alpha bits cereal & alphabet soup both absolute contraindications; people with type O blood will like totally suffer stroke from those pesky As & Bs

    "O" Dear, sorry.
  • manderson27manderson27 Posts: 3,296Member Member Posts: 3,296Member Member
    Cheeri "O" s
    Wheet "O" s
    "O"ats
    T"O"ast
    Bac"O"n

    Hope this helps >:)

    You forgot chOcOlate.

    Damn, I did didn't I. Thank you.
  • yirarayirara Posts: 4,193Member Member Posts: 4,193Member Member
    BDonjon wrote: »
    yirara wrote: »
    I just had a look as I'm also an O

    "Type O blood: A high-protein diet heavy on lean meat, poultry, fish, and vegetables, and light on grains, beans, and dairy. D'Adamo also recommends various supplements to help with tummy troubles and other issues he says people with type O tend to have."

    Right, makes total sense as protein-rich food is a massive reflux trigger for me. I'd thus have to take PPI and other meds to prevent me from corroding my oesophagus, developing cancer and losing my teeth due to acid.

    So Type O is essentially Paleo. I'm an O, and I've never in my adult life felt healthier than I did during my time doing Paleo.
    I don't intend to preach on how great Paleo or Type O blood is, that's just my perspective.

    I don't due to reflux related to protein, and an inability to digest fats properly. I love carbs anyway. Carbs all the way.
  • cbstewart88cbstewart88 Posts: 368Member Member Posts: 368Member Member
    When I first read the title of this thread - I thought "Type O" was a personality type. I had heard of the "type A" personality - so I was trying to figure out what type O was, and why one would eat based on what kind of personality they have. I feel a book coming on...LOL.
  • dewd2dewd2 Posts: 2,118Member Member Posts: 2,118Member Member
    I wonder what these guys eat? :D

  • lemurcat2lemurcat2 Posts: 2,941Member Member Posts: 2,941Member Member
    When I first read the title of this thread - I thought "Type O" was a personality type. I had heard of the "type A" personality - so I was trying to figure out what type O was, and why one would eat based on what kind of personality they have. I feel a book coming on...LOL.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_type_personality_theory

    https://www.betterhelp.com/advice/personality/blood-type-personality-what-does-your-blood-say-about-you/

    "People with blood type O are outgoing, go-getters, and daring. They usually set high standards for themselves, and they do all they can to achieve them. Os have excellent leadership capabilities. Little things do not concern them, and this makes them appear as selfish to people in blood group A who are overly sensitive.

    People with blood group O are generous and kind-hearted. Most people love this blood type. O blood type personalities adapt well to change. They are flexible and resilient and can do relatively well even in tough situations.

    Some of the positive personality traits in people with blood type O are; leadership ability, self-determined, easygoing, optimistic, calm, confident, outgoing, loyal, cautious, passionate, peaceful, resilient, independent, trendsetter, reliable, carefree, and devoted. On the centrally, they are also jealous, rude, ruthless, insensitive, unpunctual, unpredictable, cold, self-centered, workaholic, and arrogant.

    Individuals with blood type O are very enduring and strong, and that is why the Japanese call them Warriors. They are honest people and hate people who tell a lie or hide the truth. People with this blood type are not overly cautious about small details, as they tend to focus more on the big picture....

    Famous people with blood type O are such as Queen Elizabeth II, Paul Newman, Elvis Parsley [I wonder if he's an Elvis Presley impersonator], and Ronald Re[a]gan, John Gotti, and Gerald Ford."

    (My note: it's an exceptionally common type. Also, this is absurd, of course -- if you woo me, just know I know it's woo!) ;-)
    edited August 7
  • JBanx256JBanx256 Posts: 407Member Member Posts: 407Member Member
    Cheeri "O" s
    Wheet "O" s
    "O"ats
    T"O"ast
    Bac"O"n

    Hope this helps >:)

    you have committed the sin of omitting TAC"O"s, how dare you, heathen! REPENT!
  • MPDeanMPDean Posts: 61Member Member Posts: 61Member Member
    Does the rhesus factor matter? E.g. Do O+ and O- have to eat different things?

    What about all the other surface proteins on red blood corpuscles?
  • yirarayirara Posts: 4,193Member Member Posts: 4,193Member Member
    lemurcat2 wrote: »
    When I first read the title of this thread - I thought "Type O" was a personality type. I had heard of the "type A" personality - so I was trying to figure out what type O was, and why one would eat based on what kind of personality they have. I feel a book coming on...LOL.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_type_personality_theory

    https://www.betterhelp.com/advice/personality/blood-type-personality-what-does-your-blood-say-about-you/

    "People with blood type O are outgoing, go-getters, and daring. They usually set high standards for themselves, and they do all they can to achieve them. Os have excellent leadership capabilities. Little things do not concern them, and this makes them appear as selfish to people in blood group A who are overly sensitive.

    People with blood group O are generous and kind-hearted. Most people love this blood type. O blood type personalities adapt well to change. They are flexible and resilient and can do relatively well even in tough situations.

    Some of the positive personality traits in people with blood type O are; leadership ability, self-determined, easygoing, optimistic, calm, confident, outgoing, loyal, cautious, passionate, peaceful, resilient, independent, trendsetter, reliable, carefree, and devoted. On the centrally, they are also jealous, rude, ruthless, insensitive, unpunctual, unpredictable, cold, self-centered, workaholic, and arrogant.

    Individuals with blood type O are very enduring and strong, and that is why the Japanese call them Warriors. They are honest people and hate people who tell a lie or hide the truth. People with this blood type are not overly cautious about small details, as they tend to focus more on the big picture....

    Famous people with blood type O are such as Queen Elizabeth II, Paul Newman, Elvis Parsley [I wonder if he's an Elvis Presley impersonator], and Ronald Re[a]gan, John Gotti, and Gerald Ford."

    (My note: it's an exceptionally common type. Also, this is absurd, of course -- if you woo me, just know I know it's woo!) ;-)

    OMG! I think I need to redo the blood test because this is exactly what I'm not, being introvert, interested in minor details, NOT CALM AT ALL!, not a leader, etc. :D I'm also a bit on the spectrum, thus maybe my blood is messed up to start with :D
  • manderson27manderson27 Posts: 3,296Member Member Posts: 3,296Member Member
    JBanx256 wrote: »
    Cheeri "O" s
    Wheet "O" s
    "O"ats
    T"O"ast
    Bac"O"n

    Hope this helps >:)

    you have committed the sin of omitting TAC"O"s, how dare you, heathen! REPENT!

    I am British I have no idea what a Taco is. But if you would like to send me some I will gladly try them :p
  • Lillymoo01Lillymoo01 Posts: 2,350Member Member Posts: 2,350Member Member
    JBanx256 wrote: »
    Cheeri "O" s
    Wheet "O" s
    "O"ats
    T"O"ast
    Bac"O"n

    Hope this helps >:)

    you have committed the sin of omitting TAC"O"s, how dare you, heathen! REPENT!

    I am British I have no idea what a Taco is. But if you would like to send me some I will gladly try them :p

    Is this proof that Australia is indeed more developed than our 'mother country' of Britain?
  • manderson27manderson27 Posts: 3,296Member Member Posts: 3,296Member Member
    Lillymoo01 wrote: »
    JBanx256 wrote: »
    Cheeri "O" s
    Wheet "O" s
    "O"ats
    T"O"ast
    Bac"O"n

    Hope this helps >:)

    you have committed the sin of omitting TAC"O"s, how dare you, heathen! REPENT!

    I am British I have no idea what a Taco is. But if you would like to send me some I will gladly try them :p

    Is this proof that Australia is indeed more developed than our 'mother country' of Britain?

    No I was just trying to get free sympathy Taco's >:) :p
  • whitpaulywhitpauly Posts: 989Member Member Posts: 989Member Member
    yirara wrote: »
    lemurcat2 wrote: »
    When I first read the title of this thread - I thought "Type O" was a personality type. I had heard of the "type A" personality - so I was trying to figure out what type O was, and why one would eat based on what kind of personality they have. I feel a book coming on...LOL.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_type_personality_theory

    https://www.betterhelp.com/advice/personality/blood-type-personality-what-does-your-blood-say-about-you/

    "People with blood type O are outgoing, go-getters, and daring. They usually set high standards for themselves, and they do all they can to achieve them. Os have excellent leadership capabilities. Little things do not concern them, and this makes them appear as selfish to people in blood group A who are overly sensitive.

    People with blood group O are generous and kind-hearted. Most people love this blood type. O blood type personalities adapt well to change. They are flexible and resilient and can do relatively well even in tough situations.

    Some of the positive personality traits in people with blood type O are; leadership ability, self-determined, easygoing, optimistic, calm, confident, outgoing, loyal, cautious, passionate, peaceful, resilient, independent, trendsetter, reliable, carefree, and devoted. On the centrally, they are also jealous, rude, ruthless, insensitive, unpunctual, unpredictable, cold, self-centered, workaholic, and arrogant.

    Individuals with blood type O are very enduring and strong, and that is why the Japanese call them Warriors. They are honest people and hate people who tell a lie or hide the truth. People with this blood type are not overly cautious about small details, as they tend to focus more on the big picture....

    Famous people with blood type O are such as Queen Elizabeth II, Paul Newman, Elvis Parsley [I wonder if he's an Elvis Presley impersonator], and Ronald Re[a]gan, John Gotti, and Gerald Ford."

    (My note: it's an exceptionally common type. Also, this is absurd, of course -- if you woo me, just know I know it's woo!) ;-)

    OMG! I think I need to redo the blood test because this is exactly what I'm not, being introvert, interested in minor details, NOT CALM AT ALL!, not a leader, etc. :D I'm also a bit on the spectrum, thus maybe my blood is messed up to start with :D

    I'm with you! Was thinking the exact same thing 😂
  • quiksylver296quiksylver296 Posts: 25,164Member Member Posts: 25,164Member Member
    apullum wrote: »
    Cheeri "O" s
    Wheet "O" s
    "O"ats
    T"O"ast
    Bac"O"n

    Hope this helps >:)

    You forgot chOcOlate.

    I'm O+, so I get more chocolate.

    Oooh, me too! YAY!
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