Pete Evans recently made headlines again when he advocated for sungazing.
This prompted the Australian Medical Association to issue a warning about following the celebrity chef’s advice… but Evans doesn’t care. In fact, he thinks it’s funny.
“I think it’s hilarious that people are advocating that we shouldn’t appreciate a sunrise or a sunset,” he said in an interview with News Corp.
“I mean, how warped is the reality of the world where medical professions are saying don’t look at a sunrise or a sunset because it could be bad for your health?”
He then brought up sunscreen – again – suggesting the ‘slip, slop, slap’ message we’ve all grown up reciting was a lie.
“Even today we have the mainstream media saying if we are walking to the bus we need to be lathering up in sunscreen every single day. I mean, is that not the most ludicrous thing that has ever been said in the history of humankind?”
“Most of the information that I am sharing is coming from leading doctors and scientists from America, Canada and the United Kingdom,” said the 46-year-old.
Everyday I love to immerse myself in an experience within the cleansing ocean water as well as a brief gaze into the radiant light of the early rising or late setting Sun. These simple, yet powerful practices have got to be two of the best forms of free medicine on the planet for body, mind and spirit. #sungazing ????????????❤️