My constipation+foul odor occured when I was healthy and had no candida issues. I think I had more of an issue with the grasses than anything else. Barley grass, wheat grass etc. I just think that the human gut/human flora is not designed to digest/utilize a lot of grasses.
Bile is nuetralized in the upper small intestine so you have to ask yourself how effective is bile going to be against candida after it has been nuetralized? How effective is bile going to be against candida once it has reached the colon when it is diluted/ nuetralized? There are some studies showing how pathogens develop resistance to bile. If there are some microbes(some flora are bile resistant) that can develop resistance to bile its probably likely that candida can develop resistance as well. If anything-- stimulating bile in the colon though coffee enemas/colonics might help to "purge" some candida from the colon. But who knows how much candida might be colonized right before the colon ready to recolonize the colon after the flushes? I dont think bile is designed to effectively eliminate candida unless you can show me some studies that prove otherwise. Note: that excess bile not being properly nuetralized can cause gut aggravation/nausea. I've experienced this many times.
Again, there are many studies showing how candida can adapt to a high Ph. Why do you think alkalinity can effectively eliminate candida? What about the alkalninty that eliminates candida?