CHAR-DAWG: I don’t need no stinkin’ ab work!"), but now that I’m in my 40s I have to be somewhat careful. Not as much as most (white) guys my age, but more than I used to. And my blood type hasn’t changed.
I surely hope for you that your blood type did not change in the meanhwhile. Your docs would have tons of questions if you did, not to mention potential donor-related compatibility problems. ;0)
Seriously, for age and the easier weight (non-muscle), it goes back to the gradual metabolism that goes after 23 years old. Nobody is immune to that.
A lifeguard I know resumed it best: look at males over 25 years old who don
t have a tire. They are they exception, NOT the rule.</i> (Yet theyre the same guys who were all lean a couple of years back). I went to a marriage party yesterday and I acknowledge the observation with ALL of my buddies (both sexes), except, once again, a couple of ectos (which, if they did pack some pounds, hid it far more easier under a suit).
Some get hit more than others, but EVERYBODY suffers from it. Call it an invariable.
NATE DOGG: So, I don’t have a rare blood type, but I do have the ectomorph frame, which makes your theory not hold true in all cases.
Please recall that I did not expressely rule out cases like yours. Since a there
a big gang of Os in North America, the big (no pun intended) number of them alone will statistically allow for the presence of Ecto O`s.
I`m just trying to figure if the ecto phenotype (for lack of a better word, in the sense of visible characteristics linked to genetic make up BUT independent of the environment) has indeed any corellation with Blood types. What I saw points to it. Just want to know if large scale it holds the road, statistically.
So far, feedback seems to point towards some trend, but not a clear-cut, 80-90% ish one.