Hver you make some very good points regarding acidity in controlling candida growth, it's actually very interesting, especially because it goes against so many pre-conceptions. I have a couple of questions though, why is it so many people who suffer from candida or believe they do turn to an alkaline diet and appear to improve in their condition?
As well is there anywhere you could suggest to read up on how yeast turns to the hyphae form when in an alkaline environment? I find this very fascinating. I'm not sure if it was you who said it but I recall reading about how eating an abundance of alkaline foods make auto-immune problems such as allergies worse. Which if this is all true, really makes one reconsider the value in trying to constantly strive for alkalinity.