The real reason he left is because he made claims about his products and protocols that don't stand up to the scrutiny of Science and facts. It simply can't be the way he says it is. It's a physiological impossibility. He tried to BS his way into making folks believe something that simple can't be true.
Now, it's a fact that Charlies products do indeed work for a few people. Which is great. If the liver is in good enough shape and the individual is relatively parasite free his products may do what he claims they will do and he does have some results to prove that. Or at least he says he does. Which is suspect because of the original claims he makes about his products and protocols that are not built on sound body physiology.
So, he's gone now. Does he deserve that? Well, I personally think he does. There are too many people that have recovered from "terminal" on these forums to not be able to see "it doesn't work that way Charlie". And you can't fool those people. They've been there. And I'm one of them. To recover from "terminal" is a very specific and precise way, and IT WORKS.
During the search and discovery phase of conquering "terminal" one tries all the so-called cures. The magic products that make the claims Charlie made about his products. They don't work as claimed by the salesman so we move on. Because we are indeed desparate and don't want to die.
Part of the process of conquering terminal is going through all the magic bullets and cure-all products before you get to the cleansing regimes and other thngs necessary to get the job done. We know from first-hand experience that a single product can't do it. We've been there - done that. And of course sound anatomical and physiological facts proves us right. And we're kind of mad at ourselves for allowing all the hucksters and salesmen to lead us astray just to make a few bucks.
Thus when confronted with the magic product salesmen we tend to get more than a little annoyed. We don't want other people to go down that road, waste all that money and more importantly time on a way we know doesn't work. Obviously our relativity is off because most other people aren't "terminal" but we don't see it that way because we almost died, so we try to warn others.
And that's exactly what happened to Charlie. You can't go amoungst the "terminal" survivors and expect them to buy the line he was selling.
Perhaps his product does work on a few people or perhaps it's all so much BS. who knows, who cares. The "terminal" survivors can't be fooled.