Pete Evan’s nonsense claims that his mental health is in trouble after a doctor told him to see a doctor
Pete Evans has falsely claimed that his mental health is in trouble after a doctor told him to make an appointment with a family doctor.
Dr. Harry Nespolon, president of the Royal Australian College of GPs, suggested Tuesday that Evans should seek medical attention following his recent online hassle.
The famous chef, who said goodbye to Channel Seven’s My Kitchen Rules last week, recently asked the question ‘mainstream media’ and whether ‘to trust the experts’ amid the COVID-19 crisis.
Dr. Nespolon spoke to Ben Fordham on his 2 GB radio show about concerns about the paleo diet lover’s mental well-being.
“I would really like to make sure that Pete is really with his family or someone else,” said Dr. Nespolon.
Pete Evans (photo with wife Nicola) claims that his mental health is in trouble
Evans shared an article in Daily Mail Australia on Facebook on Wednesday to thank the doctor for his concern, but defended his health
“If he’s really in trouble, I have to say, he has to make an appointment with his doctor and I’m really serious about that.”
Evans shared an article in Daily Mail Australia on Facebook on Wednesday to thank the doctor for his concern, but defended his “ robust health. ”
“For the record, I am extremely happy, satisfied and enjoy life as I always do, and I have the most robust health (physical, emotional and spiritual) ever at almost 47 years of age,” he wrote.
“I send love and light to all the great doctors and health professionals who help people achieve long-term sustainable health.
“I have some great friends who are great integrative / functional doctors, chiropractors, and naturopaths, so if I ever need” help, “I know who to visit.”
Evans then encouraged his supporters to comment on integrative physicians and naturopaths who “helped them on their journey.”
On Friday, Channel Seven announced that Evans would be leaving the network after 10 years
The 46-year-old’s latest comments came after he was recently fined $ 25,200 for promoting a lamp he bizarrely claimed could treat the corona virus.
On Friday, Channel Seven announced that Evans would be leaving the network after 10 years.
Dr. Nespolon said the loss of $ 800,000 a year could have an effect on Evans’ mental state.
“It doesn’t matter what he has done in the past, it is really important that we take care of him and contact him if there is a problem,” he said.
“He just lost his job or quit his job. That is a very stressful event.
The famous chef questioned ‘mainstream media’ and whether he would trust ‘the experts’ amid the COVID-19 crisis
“I don’t know Pete Evans, I don’t know his family, so this is pure speculation, but it’s really one of the strangest things I’ve ever read.”
Dr. Nespolon also warned Australians against taking health advice about coronavirus from anyone who is not a medical or health professional.
If people actually follow what he (Pete Evans) has promoted in the past – look for activated tonsils, it really doesn’t matter – but when it comes to giving people the opinion that they may be protected from the COVID-19 virus that could be a real problem, “he said.
The alternative lifestyle advocate also received a wave of concern from social media users, baffled by his strange online behavior.
On Mother’s Day, Evans shared a photo of his elderly mother Joy with her grandchildren, revealing that he had violated social distance rules.
“We love your mom. Happy Mother’s Day and thank you for being yourself and also a rebel in your own right, ”he wrote.
On Mother’s Day, Evans shared a photo of his elderly mother Joy with her grandchildren (photo) and revealed that he had violated social distance rules
‘Fame has gone to his head’: fans have expressed concern for Evans, who is leaving Channel Seven after a decade
“I will give you every f% sms @ once every time I see you like I’ve been hugging and kissing you (unless YOU say no).”
A disappointed follower wrote, “Poor Pete has completely lost the plot.”
“Fame and money have gone to his head,” said another.
A day earlier, the famous chef shared a cryptic message on Instagram about questioning mainstream stories.
He posted a photo of himself standing next to a horse and wrote, “The phrase ‘straight from the horse’s mouth’ is another way of saying confirmed information from the best source.”
Pete Evans (pictured) has shared bizarre rantings on social media in recent weeks
He continued, “Where do you choose to get YOUR information from and is it the BEST source? I always ask ” why do they share this information and who is it most beneficial for? ” ‘
Evans went on to say that it is important to question everything, including our beliefs, because they “may have been inherited from our culture, our media, our parents, our teachers, and so on.”
“How many times in history have the ‘authorities’ been wrong and often they are wrong. In my opinion, this makes it even more urgent to keep asking the biggest question and not just inherently trust without critical thinking and we should all have freedom of expression, ”he wrote.
“Deep down you know the answer, if you choose to sit down and question yourself. Our intuition is my greatest sense in my experience … not only think, but also feel. ‘
History of Pete Evans’ controversies
October 2014: Pete Claims The Paleo Diet Can Prevent Autism
March 2015: His book is being taken off the shelves because of the bone broth recipe for infants
July 2016: Pete Claims Vegan Women Should Eat Meat During Pregnancy, Discourages Wearing ‘Regular’ Sunscreen & Claims Wi-Fi Is ‘Dangerous’
August 2016: He says that osteoporosis suffers, should not eat dairy
September 2016: Pete claims that camel milk could supplement breastfeeding
April 2017: Pete Campaigns Against ‘Massive Public Water Fluoridation’
December 2018: Pete reveals he’s looking directly at the sun
April 2020: Pete’s ketogenic recipe book slammed by health professionals and fined for promoting his ‘healing lamp’