What is special about blood type A negative?
Why is A negative blood important? A negative red blood cells can be used to treat around 40% of the population. However, A negative platelets are particularly important because they can be given to people from all blood groups. That’s why A negative platelets are called the ‘universal platelet type’.
How rare is blood type A negative?
B-negative – 2 % AB-positive – 4 % A-negative – 6 % O-negative – 7 %
Can blood type A eat eggs?
Type A individuals following the Blood Type diet are instructed to avoid all dairy products and eggs. If you need a substitute, use rice or soy milk. Some type A people may be able to occasionally eat yogurt, goat cheese or kefir without experiencing health problems, says D’Adamo.