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The Mysteries of your Blood

@inproceedings{Mauer2016TheMO,
  title={The Mysteries of your Blood},
  author={A. Mauer},
  year={2016}
}
Did you know that your blood type can be useful for determining disease susceptibility and creating a diet that works best for your personal metabolism? The Mysteries of Your Blood is an article that delves into the science behind the ABO blood types and explains why your body handles certain foods, stress, and illness differently than someone with a different blood type. It proposes a unique way to avoid certain health problems by offering suggestions of what to eat and what to avoid eating… Expand

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