I have a feeling that pokermaniac is mixing metaphors.
Salt in and of itself has been used as a preservative for hundreds of years, maybe longer, so it's a very potent antibiotic. It is used in ayurvedic medicine to purify the intestines and also to induce vomiting. The lyme people are having success with salt in killing off bacteria in the gut -- and maybe the bloodstream too? (I am not sure about the specifics)
So there is no reason to think that for candida infections in the gut that high doses of salt wouldn't also work directly similar to what the lyme people are doing. Perhaps even candida is partially caused by lyme disease.
The ARL testing from what I understand (not an expert at all) is measuring sodium more at the metabolic level, in relation to potassium levels, possibly aldosterone levels as a measure of adrenal function, etc.
There is probably overlap between these two things, but really they are apples and oranges.
I understand that english isn't your first language pokermaniac, but you might want to simplify the wording in your posts as they are a little bit confusing at times. KISS.