I have a theory as to why some people are successful and some less successful on your candida plan. I think a big part of your plan is to convert the fungus back to yeast so that it can be destroyed by a person's immune system, but some people's immune system is impaired more so than others, which is often how we come to be in the bad state that we're in.
If my immune system truly becomes responsible for disposing of the converted yeast, how would I ever successfully gain back my health? Does your plan address the building up of the immune system for the final stage of mopping up converted yeast?
Also, I noticed that last year when I was given many courses of various antibiotics to fight what turned out to be a systemic strep infection, my skin became quite lovely for a little while. I think that I have a problem with bacteria as well as yeast. Is there a point on the plan that I begin to tackle bacteria? I have concerns that while I am battling the yeast and potentially removing them (if my immune system has any fight), I am leaving the door wide open for bacterial overgrowth and invasion.
What do you think about fighting the bacteria along with the yeast? And how can I get my immune system to 'man' up as it were?
Thanks for your consideration and time!