How Flax seeds and Sunflower seeds can prevent illness from Covid19!

Wonderful news!

Just a spoonful of flax seeds and some spoonfuls of sunflower seeds a day

Can chase Covid away!


Researchers found that Linoleic acid, also known as Omega 6 binds SARS-CoV-2. and makes it a lot less contagious. Their findings were published November 6 2020 in Science magazine.

They also found that those who suffer most severely from Covid19 are Omega 6 deficient.

Omega 6 is also part of the e4dc, which I have been sharing with all my contacts as part of the Presuns against Covid19 since March 2020


Be sure to balance the Omega 6 with Omega 3 and to get it from the right sources and not fall into the Fish oil trap.


My favorite way: eat organic flax seeds for Omega 3 and raw organic sunflower seeds for Omega 6 with breakfast.

One table spoon full of each will supply you with 2 grams of omega 3 and 2 grams of omega 6, a 1;1 ratio.

The maximum dose for Omega 3 is 5 grams a day and the recommended ratio between Omega 3 and Omega 6 is between 1:1 and 1:2,5 according to some sources and 1:1 to 1:4 according to others.

There ofcourse other options for omega 6 and omega 3, sources.

Pumpkin seeds for omega 6 for example:

These are the contents of an ounce of pumpkin seeds:

Pumpkin seeds are much nutrient denser than sunflower seeds. That seems like an advantage, but can be a problem with ingredients like Vitamin A, which can become a problem when taken in overdose.

Other Omega 3 sources:

One ounce (28 grams) of chia seeds provides 4,915 mg of ALA omega-3 fatty acids, meeting 307–447% of the recommended daily intake.

Each half-cup (78-gram) serving of cooked Brussels sprouts contains 135 mg of ALA, or up to 12% of the daily recommended intake.

One ounce (28 grams) of hemp seeds contains 6,000 mg of ALA omega-3 fatty acids, or 375–545% of the daily recommended intake.

One ounce (28 grams) of walnuts contains 2,542 mg of ALA omega-3 fatty acids, or 159–231% of the daily recommended intake.

One ounce (28 grams) of walnuts contains 2,542 mg of ALA omega-3 fatty acids, or 159–231% of the daily recommended intake.

Here the same goes as with pumpkin seeds: check which other ingredients they have and make sure those don’t cause overdoses when used as an omega 3 source.

Omega 3 and Omega 6 are in all the cell membranes in a ratio varying from 1:4 in the heart to 1;6,5 in the muscles, so it would make sense to me that you can eat them in that ratio as well.

And indeed, studies show what you would expect: the ratio depends on the disease you are trying to treat:

A ratio of 2.5/1 reduced rectal cell proliferation in patients with colorectal cancer, whereas a ratio of 4/1 with the same amount of omega-3 PUFA had no effect. (PUFA, stands for Poly Unsaturated Fatty Acid)

The lower omega-6/omega-3 ratio in women with breast cancer was associated with decreased risk.

A ratio of 2-3/1 suppressed inflammation in patients with rheumatoid arthritis,

and a ratio of 5/1 had a beneficial effect on patients with asthma, whereas a ratio of 10/1 had adverse consequences.

These studies indicate that the optimal ratio may vary with the disease under consideration.

Are flax seeds the only omega 3 and sunflower seeds the only omega 6 source?

There are many more. You can find them, here.

If you want to use sesame oil instead of sunflower seeds as an omega 6 source, please make sure to use cold pressed oil from raw sesame seeds, and never heat the oil.  

  The minimum RDA of Omega 3 is 1 gram, the maximum is 5 grams.  Flaxseed has 2 grams of omega 3 per tablespoon. So the minimum amount of 1 gram of Omega 3 corresponds to  half a tablespoon of flaxseed. , and the maximum  amount for Omega 3 is set at 5 grams a day, which translates to 2,5 tablespoons of flax seeds.  

According to the following chart, one tablespoon of Sesame oil contains about 5,5 grams of Omega 6,  which means   Sesame oil has 2,5 times more omega 6 than flaxseed has omega 3,

All values are per tablespoon and based on the USDA’s Food Composite Database (1)

one tablespoon of Sesame oil has:  

Omega-340.5 mg
Omega-65576 mg

  So with 1 tablespoon of flaxseeds, you have 2 grams of omega 3, and with one tablespoon of sesame oil, you have 5,5 grams of omega 6, which gives you a 1: 2,25 ratio of omega 3 to omega 6.  

The recommended ratio between Omega 3 and Omega 6 is between 1:1 and 1:2,5 according to some sources and 1:1 to 1:4 according to others, but  science has shown that  eating Omega3 and Omega 6 in the same balance as the organs that are troubling you gives the most benefit. The omega 3:6 ratio in organs varies between 1:2,5 and 1.6,5 ,   If you look that up you can find the omega 3 to omega 6 ratios in different organs and adjust the ratio in which you take omega 3 to omega 6 with that, and take the ratio that corresponds with the organs that need most care. If you have heart problems, 1:4, lung problems 1:5. 

  For instance, in the heart the omega 3 to 6 ratio is 1:4.   Translated to flaxseed and sunflower seeds, that would be 4 tablespoons of sunflower seeds for every tablespoon of flaxseeds. With Sesame oil that would be 1,5 tablespoons of Sesame oil with every tablespoon of flaxseed to get the 1:4 ratio omega 3 to omega 6. 

What about sesame seeds?

FoodCitationServing Size (g)Omega-6 (mg)Omega-3 (mg)Omega-6 : Omega-3 ratio
Sesame seeds, whole, dried[26]1002137237656.8 : 1

1 tablespoon of sesame seeds is equal to 8.87 grams.

That means it contains about four grams of omega 6.

One table spoon of flax seed and one table spoon of sesame seeds gives you a 1:2 ratio of omega 3; omega 6.

A tablespoon of sesame seed has 4 grams of omega 6, so that’s 1:2 omega 3 to omega 6 ratio if you take that with a  tablespoon of flax seed. 

Always pay close attention to how you feel and play with the balance until you feel your best. 

So that’s that then? The end of the Covid 19 measures?

If only.

Getting healthy Omega 6 and Omega 3 through diet is practically free, easy and unpatentable, so we don’t have to expect the billionaires who expect returns on their investments in vaccines to accept such a simple solution.

But we can spread the news, and help prevent the second wave which could be caused by people taking damaged omega 6’s which harm the cells instead of being beneficial, or from taking them in the wrong balance with Omega 3.

Even doctors are failing to distinguish between the two.

Like this doctor, who gives an excellent explanation of how omega 6 deactivates SARS CoV 2, but then shows a bunch of studies that confuse damaged omega 6 with whole omega 6.

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So the biases against dietary omega 6 as well as all the misinformation need to be dealt with against the will of the pharma giants who like to keep us sick.

What are those biases?

1.That vegetable oils are a source of omega 6.

They are not. They have often been processed to prolong their shelf life, damaging the omega 6 and making it harmful instead of beneficial.

2. That Omega 6 is harmful

It is not. Damaged Omega 6 is harmful, as well as not balancing Omega 6 with Omega 3.

3. That plant based Omega 3 is inferior to fish oil, because only 5 % is absorbed in the body.

This comes from the misconception that Omega 3 needs to be transformed into EPA and DHA in order to be absorbed in the body. It does not. In fact all cell membranes have Omega 3 and Omega 6 in ratio’s varying fom 1:4 in the heart and 1:6,5 in muscle tissue.

4. That Fish oil is a good source of omega 3.

It is not, and not just because of the reasons mentioned in point 3. Dish oil contains no omega 3, just the omega 3 derivatives EPA and DHA, while we need whole omega 3 for our cell membranes, just as we need whole omega 6. The body can do nothing with excess DHA and EPA, while when we eat plant based omega 3 it makes as much as it needs and used the rest of the omega 3 for the cell membranes. Another reason fish is not a good source of omega 3 is that fish either contains mercury when it is caught in the wild or antibiotocs and gmo’s from the food it gets if it is farmed. That aside from the ebvironmental damage and the suffering for the fish that comes with fish consumption.

5. That LDL cholesterol is bad.

It is not. LDL cholesterol is what lets Omega 3 and Omega 6 in. The only problem is that it does not distinguish between damaged and undamaged Omega. The damage that is done os then blamed on the LDL cholesterol. It’s like blaming air pollution on your mlungs. You need your lungs to breath and you need to breath to live. In the same way you need your LDL cholesterol to let the Omega’s in, and you need to consume undamaged Omega; s in order to stay healthy.

Find the sources for this information here.

And can we forget about the Presuns method to prevent and heal from Covid19?

No, because remember Vitamin D shortage was also found in those who were very ill from Covid19? The advice on how to get that is also totally wrong, and statins block cholesterol. Vitamin D is made from cholesterol. Here you can find the right way to get Vitamin D.

And if I would have symptoms like a soar throat or dry cough , I would still go for Eucalyptus globulus. And Olive leaf tea works many times better than even Hydroxy chloroquine. And the e4dc is still crucial.

Covid19 is the result of years of bad advice, bad food and bad medicine making some so weak even a mediocre virus like this can become fatal. It can be fixed with whole, organic, non gmo foods. Let’s not blow it this time!

In short:

We don’t need a vaccine at all.

New research has shown that linoleic acid, or omega 6, switches off SARS-CoV-2.

However, there are strict guidelines on how to take Omega 6.

It must be in balance with Omega 3, it must also be in an undamaged form, otherwise it will have the opposite effect.

That will be the second wave. People who take linoleic acid incorrectly.

The third wave will be a vaccine that will inject the wrong linoleic acid.

You can prevent all that misery by taking it yourself, just with sunflower seeds, because that has Omega 6, and with flax seed for the balance with Omega 3.

Here you see how as well as the link to the science article with the research.

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I am a writer who doesn't shy away from the big questions in life, no matter if it's about religion, politics, education or health. Actually, when people say something is too complicated to solve, that's when I really start to get interested, especially if it's something that is important for the quality of life and solves a problem people I love face. I research what top scientists say about it and try to make it easy to read and to apply for everyone. I don't spread my work until it has been checked and approved by Professors in the field I write about. Diet and care is just one of the subjects I often sink my teeth into: I also write about religion: And we have an association for sustainable living: To be clear: I don't sell any products I mention and have no personal interest other than feeling the truth should be told. Nothing I discuss is not backed by research. I don't make anything up, but quote what scientists say who have no other interests than telling the truth. I also don't think I'm smarter than anyone else. I just find that there is often a huge difference between what research says is best and what is common practice. That's a gap I try to bridge. And just think about it: who are really pretending to be experts when they aren't? Those who do the research and do and pass on what scientists say? Or the ones who don't and try to silence those who do? Don't judge. Do research. The truth will set you free.

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