Pete Evans says he has ‘lost more than a million dollars’ with his venture The Paleo Way and confirms that the health program – which costs users $ 99 each to access – is now ‘complete’
Wellness fighter Pete Evans has claimed he has “lost more than a million dollars” with his earlier venture, The Paleo Way.
The allegations were made on the 47-year-old’s Facebook account, while a user was having trouble accessing the previous program.
Reported first Yahoo On Monday, Pete confirmed that he had lost a significant amount of money when questioned by a client.
About: Pete Evans, 47, (pictured) ‘lost over a million dollars’ with company The Paleo Way and has confirmed it is now ‘done’ in a report published on Yahoo on Monday
So I could use The Paleo Way for free, but Evolve needs money or I can just sign up and check out the nice pictures on the front page! Hmm, ‘the Facebook user asked.
However, Pete replied, “The Paleo Way is over. I lost more than a million dollars. This has much more and will enable our team to keep creating content. ‘
On The Paleo Way website, users are greeted with a message directing them to his new online project, Evolve.
Au! The Paleo Way has ended. I lost more than a million dollars. This has a lot more and will enable our team to keep creating content, ” he wrote according to a Yahoo report on Monday.
Our new home for recipes, meal plans, podcasts and more. Thank you for coming with us on this journey, ”the message read.
The program was launched around 2014. It cost users $ 99 to access the 10-week plan, which provided a guide to using to reactivate their health.
The program was considered not dissimilar to fitness guru Michelle Bridges’ successful 12-week body transformation program.
Redirect: The Paleo Way is no longer available with this message for fans trying to click on the previous site
Pete’s new Evolve website focuses on meal plans, recipients, podcast interviews, and a cooking school.
Daily Mail Australia has reached out to Pete Evans for comment on this story.
Pete only recently packed up to move to Byron Bay to start his Evolve Health labs, which he claims will improve health and wellness.
Move: Pete and his wife Nicola (left) have moved to Byron Bay to start Evolve health labs. The clinic offers ‘transformational practices’ such as ‘cold and conscious breathwork’ and ‘cryotherapy’
The clinic offers ‘transformational practices’ such as ‘cold and conscious breathwork’ and ‘cryotherapy’.
Having a farm just a short drive from Byron Bay, Pete has isolated themselves on the property with his family during much of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pete has not been without controversy this year, with his views on the coronavirus pandemic being intensively scrutinized.
Theories: In July, he claimed that COVID-19 was a ‘f ** king hoax’ and that the pandemic ‘cannot be compared to what is happening on a large scale in the world’
In July, he claimed that COVID-19 was a ‘f ** king hoax’ and that the pandemic ‘cannot be compared to what is happening on a large scale in the world’.
In April, he was fined $ 25,000 for promoting the Biocharger and its effects on the coronavirus.
In recent years, Evans has also argued that the Paleo diet can prevent autism, that camel milk can supplement breastfeeding, and that people with osteoporosis shouldn’t eat dairy.
Controversial: In recent years, Evans has also argued that the Paleo diet can prevent autism, camel milk can supplement breastfeeding, and people with osteoporosis should not eat dairy
History of Pete Evans Controversies
October 2014: Evans claims the Paleo diet can prevent autism
March 2015: His book is being pulled off the shelves for its infant bone broth recipe
July 2016: Evans claims vegan women should eat meat during pregnancy, doesn’t recommend using ‘normal’ sunscreen, and claims Wi-Fi is ‘dangerous’
August 2016: He says people with osteoporosis shouldn’t eat dairy
September 2016: Evans claims that camel milk can supplement breastfeeding
April 2017: Evans campaigns against ‘massive fluoridation of public water’
December 2018: Evans reveals that he is looking straight into the sun
April 2020: Evans’ ketogenic recipe book is slammed by health professionals and fined for promoting his’ healing lamp ‘
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