It’s only $499.
The Dude Abides said...
What's $499?! Or, was that a response to someone else?
Dude - Maybe you posted the wrong link?
It was a sales pitch lol
9 hour detox for $499
Sorry, I'd remembered the part in the video about
Milk Thistle, but didn't finish the video. (I'd seen it months ago.) I just watched the end of the video and see the program was originally $499 for practitioners. Now, it's $1,197.
However, he has a version for non-practitioners that's $129. This is the one I've mentioned before that I plan to buy, if I can ever get another job.
I've heard several, hour-plus long interviews with him (I've posted them, too, in the past) and I like that he is guided by published evidence (though that information isn't infallible). He seems to be a critical thinker that's interested in finding truth.
Aside from the detoxification program he created and sells, he consults with folks for a fee.*** But, beyond that, he doesn't sell supplements or books. In fact, one of his videos stated his detoxification program mostly uses food with a few inexpensive supplements that folks can buy (if they wish to use them) in their local stores or online. He doesn't even have an affiliate relationship with others or send people to an Amazon.com store that pays him a commission. I like that he's untangled from those things. Too many others have a variety of financial relationships. I'm not saying that alters their recommendations, but, when a person doesn't
have those ties, there's nothing to question.
Anyway, sorry, I didn't mean to hog the thread. We now return you to your regularly-scheduled program.
***He turned me down, actually, despite my wanting to hire him. He said he would like to help, but my challenges seemed beyond the scope of his expertise and he didn't want to waste my money. He even waived the fee to review my case and did it for free.