Actually he says something like "Continue taking your medications during the MC."
The justification for this statement is that he cites from Burroughs booklet in that Burroughs says not to take any vitamins during the cleanse but doesn't mention anything about medications.
So he says therefore it is OK to take the drugs(meds).
Of course its not mentioned in the booklet.
Back in the 1940's when the booklet was written, almost nobody was taking that stuff.
The exact point where his statement is wrong is where Burroughs lists what to take during the cleanse and then says "nothing else is to be taken during the cleanse".
The whole crux of this is that Glickmans statement of "keep taking your drugs" is just a gimmick to keep the feds away.
He dosent want the food and drug guys to close up his money making site.
In this country of freedom one has to be careful not to go against the medical establishment.
The sad part is Glickman goes in the wrong direction to keep things comfy for himself.
He could have taken the middle of the road and said nothing.
The sadest part is that he knows just how wrong it is for someone to be taking drugs as does Kevin Trudeau (author of Natural Cures They Don't Want You to Know About)
The difference here is Kevin is not a coward and is standing up for what is right and true and what is best for the greatest number of people.
Kevin has to set aside some of his cash for legal fees in order to keep telling the truth.
Not so for Glickman. He's not going to go that road.
Do you think I might be a little disappointed with Peter Glickman?