You make some valid comments, but it is sad that you don't fully realize the validity of Dr. Wilson's work. I've know this doc since 2006, have spoken with hundreds of patients who have been 100% "cured" (if you like using that "C" word) using his protocols. The problem with AF is this: not many docs really understand this condition, they pay lip service when it comes to helping their patient understand the causes of this condition. In my books, lifestyle (including diet) accounts for 80%+ of the cause. Pills ain't gonna cut it with ANY syndrome, unless the lifestyle is fully addressed. Most folks who get AF and keep it don't get the balance right, this is not a condition that just happens to drop into your lap like a plague of locusts, it develops over a period of time and often affects those who push the boundaries like sports, study, business, personal or work relationships, students, single moms or dads, entrepreneurs, etc.
I've used Dr. Wilson's protocol since 2006 and treated over 5,000 patients with his methods. Sure I've had some failures, but I've had many spectacular turn-arounds as well. It is very important to remember that no "one size fits all" when it comes to ANY protocol. You need to adapt it to suit yourself, and then stick with clearly defined principles long enough to get results. Some AF patients take two years or more to come right, some take 6 months. There are no rules to recovery from burn-out. Lessons have to be learned, not just pills popped and a "miracle" expected. I call that fantasy land, when in fact most slowly start to recover when they "wake up" to the habits that plunged them into AF, I call this the "reality check".
Many candida patients who are chronic have AF, and it can severely hinder their recovery, I've written extensively on this in my book.
I wish you well, and trust that you WILL recover fully one day, you may like to view AF as your teacher. The best pupils are the ones who graduate with flying colors (6 months recovery, they learn well), whereas others have to keep going back and re-sit classes (partially recover, still lots to learn). Unfortunately some students drop out altogether and just say "education is not for me". It's all a learning curve.