The seven noachide laws prohibit eating the limb of a live animal and spilling the blood of another human being. My impression was that kashrut dietary restrictions, i.e. consuming non-kosher animals, mixing meat and dairy, et al were given only to the Jewish people and therefore are not incumbent upon the rest of humanity. Is the consumption of blood an exception? All perspectives on this question are of interest to me, but I am especially curious about sources that prohibit.
Edit: The speaker in this video (check 1:10:40) suggests that Ibn Ezra mentions this. I was wondering the extent of differing opinions on this topic or if anyone was aware of the source.