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Best alcohol for blood type b

Our health as human beings is ultimately dependent on the quality of food and water we place in our bodies.

As many of us would have learned as children, water is your body’s vital chemical component to function at total capacity. Water plays a unique role within our body, from transporting oxygen, nutrients, and blood vessels around the body to keeping the heart pumping and the lungs breathing. Additionally, water purifies the body of toxins and hazardous chemicals that may have entered.

The human body’s blood group holds an immense amount of information and can guide you on what your diet should entail ensuring that every organ continues functioning at total capacity. There are four main blood groups:

  • Blood type A
  • Blood type B
  • Blood type AB
  • Blood type O

Blood group B

Individuals born with blood type B have a higher cortisol level, a hormone released during stressful situations, than the average person. Having a higher amount of cortisol can lead to a range of dangerous conditions such as:

  • Diabetes
  • Inflammatory diseases
  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Obesity

Alcohol consumption should be heavily avoided if you fall into the blood category B. However, if you want to reach for an alcoholic beverage after a stressful day at work, we recommend sticking to:

  • Red wine
  • White wine

While wine is the preferred alcoholic beverage, we advise you only to drink it occasionally. Alcohol addiction is very easy to develop, especially if you begin drinking when you become stressed.

We would heavily suggest that individuals who have blood type B stay away from all types of:

  • Spirits
  • Soda
  • Sweetened bubble drinks

Blood type personality

What your blood type says about you is based on understanding the Japanese concept of Ketsueki. Ketsueki-gata is widely considered a pseudoscience, a concept based on scientific principles; however, it is not entirely rooted.

There is no proof that an individual’s blood type can influence how an individual act or has any influence over their personality; however, this concept is widely believed in Japan and other Asian nations. The concept has further become of interest within the Western world, such as the United States.

Individuals who are Ketsueki-Gata believers maintain that the four blood types directly correspond with distinct personality traits.

Characteristics of blood type B

Each blood type has its own set of characteristics; blood type B has been medically stated to have the following:

  • Traveller
  • Adaptable
  • Creative
  • Balance
  • Strong immune system
  • Will often respond to stress through means of creativity

Furthermore, according to the Ketsueki-Gata concept, individuals with type B blood are also believed to be highly passionate, solid, and empathetic individuals. On the other hand, individuals who have type blood b are known to have erratic and selfish behavior.

Individuals within the B-type blood group are believed to clash the most with individuals within the A blood type group.

Our final thoughts

There is no scientific link between blood types, personalities, and what alcoholic beverages they should or should not consume. However, when consuming any alcoholic beverage, we always advise you to drink in moderation. If you ever find yourself grabbing another bottle for the night on more than a couple of occasions or have begun drinking because of life’s stresses, we would advise you to seek medical intervention for a full assessment.

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