- What is a blood type?
- How is blood typed?
- Does my blood type impact my risk of diseases and other conditions?
- Blood type and cardiovascular disease (heart disease)
- Blood type and gut bacteria
- Blood type and diabetes
- Blood type and memory problems
- Blood type and malaria
- Blood type and cancer
- Blood type and other issues
- The verdict on your blood type and your health
Blood type and diabetes
A study conducted in France looked at the health data of 80,000 women and concluded that blood types A and B were more likely to develop type two diabetes compared to type O, with type B positive having the highest risk of diabetes. To date, there have not been sufficient studies and research conducted in order to draw evidence-backed conclusions to support these findings.
Also, keep in mind that this study was done only on women and not on men, this could result in the results being those only of a specific gender and further research is needed to investigate this.