Your Blood Type Identity – the blueprint of your health
Sharing with Dr Chris De Beer:
There is a connection between a person’s blood and diet. Each person is a unique creation with specific characteristics. There are no two people on earth who are alike – no two people having the same fingerprints, lip prints, ear lobes, irises, or voices (identical twins do not even share all the same characteristics); therefore not all people should eat the same foods.
Blood is the blueprint of our health, the élan vital that has sustained us since time immemorial. A single drop of blood, too small to see with the naked eye contains the entire genetic code of a human being. The DNA blueprint is intact and replicated within us endlessly – via our blood.
Our blood also contains aeons of genetic memory – bits and pieces of specific programming, passed on from our ancestors in codes we are still attempting to comprehend. The code which resides within our blood type is perhaps the most important code to decipher in our attempt to unravel the mysteries of blood, and its vital role in our existence.
To the naked eye, blood is a homogenous red liquid. But under the microscope blood shows itself to be composed of many different elements. The red blood cells contain a special type of iron that our bodies use to carry oxygen. White blood cells, far less numerous than the red cruise our bloodstreams like ever-vigilant troops, protecting us against infection.
This complex, living fluid also contains proteins that deliver nutrients to the tissues, platelets that help it to clot, and plasma that contains the guardians of our immune system.
Chris de Beer