Type AB positive people have personality traits affected by the genetic mutation of combining blood types A and B. Although type AB may enjoy being around other people and are friendly and open, there is a deep seated feeling of mistrust and an overall feeling of alienation, according to naturopathic physician Dr. Peter J. D'Adamo on his official website.Continue Reading
Most type ABs are known as "intuitive and spiritual, with an ability to look beyond the rigid confines of society," explains Dr. D'Adamo. ABs want to be liked by their community but feel very strongly about their beliefs. At times, this clash of passion and wanting to be accepted can create internal and external conflict.
Type AB is one of the rarest blood types with less than 5 percent of the population having this type. Additionally, AB is the only type to have been created genetically by breeding and not the environment. There is a health movement that believes a person should eat based on his blood type. Theories suggest that stress, digestion and overall wellness are affected by blood type. This theory was initially introduced by Dr. D'Adamo. His diet or wellness plan is commonly known as the Blood Type Diet.Learn more about Blood
The eight blood types are A, B, AB and O, each of which can occur as a positive or negative type. The most common blood type is O positive, while the rarest blood type is AB negative.Full Answer >
AB negative is the rarest blood type. On average, about 5 percent of the population is AB negative. There are four major types of blood: A, B, AB and O.Full Answer >
The rarest blood group in the United Kingdom is AB, and as only 15 percent of people are Rhesus (Rh) negative, the rarest type overall is AB negative. The type of blood a person inherits depends on their parents' genetics.Full Answer >
AB negative is the rarest type of blood due to the genetic factors that affect blood type, according to the Red Cross. In order for a child to be born with AB type blood, one of his parents must have AB blood. Less than five percent of the population has either AB negative or AB positive blood, and instances of AB negative blood are under one percent.Full Answer >