Biotype AB is an Mid-East biotype. This type has inherited Middle-Eastern genes for blood type A1B or A2B from ancient ancestors in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iraq and Iran. Their ancestors adapted to their specific ecosystem over long periods of time in isolation, and modern AB's have inherited those adaptations. They fare best with Middle Eastern foods, such as wheat (A1B only), barley or millet, lamb, nuts, and Middle Eastern fruits and vegetables.

The Biotype Research shows that type A2B's are more reactive than type A1B's in general, and particularly to gluten grains. The IgG graph at right is an example. This biotype especially reacts to eggs and cashews. IgG Scores of 1600 are mild, 2400 are moderate, and 3200 denotes strong allergies. Blood type AB displays few immediate IgE allergies, but responds to the highest number of lectins. (Not shown.) For more on this biotype, see the Biotype Diets book.



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