Those with type B blood are found to have up to 50,000 times more of these beneficial bacteria in their guts than those with type O and A. Individuals with type O blood who may have a particular vulnerability to intestinal infection should ensure that they consume foods that increase digestive health.

3- Blood Type Is Linked To Memory Problems

A recent study published in the September 2014 issue of Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology, finds that individuals with type AB blood may be particularly susceptible to memory problems as they age. Because blood type has also been linked to obesity, diabetes and other conditions that affect cardiovascular health, it can also affect blood flow to the brain that can cause problems with memory as the individual ages. As an example, a study from Harvard shows that those with AB blood type have 23 percent increase in the chance of cardiovascular disease than those with type O blood. Individuals with type AB blood should ensure that they eat a heart healthy diet that promotes good circulation throughout the body, to ensure healthy brain function.

4- Blood Type Can Affect Fertility

A study from Yale University School of Medicine links lowered ovarian reserve in women with type O blood. Ovarian reserve is a term used for the amount of eggs and the number of sufficient quality to produce a pregnancy, a condition that can affect the success of fertility treatment. A decrease in ovarian reserve is common in women in their 30s and 40s, but women with type O blood show this reduction at an earlier age.

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