Some doctors can be so ridiculously ignorant. Others know something is up but purposely slap the Depression diagnosis on "mysterious" cases because it's so much easier to rush patients in and out of the office than to sit down with them to uncover the real problem. There's also the issue with lab tests that don't reflect what is going on in the body (for example the TSH test for hypothyroidism). I remember running from specialist to specialist, and everyone BUT the endocrinologist telling me my health problems most likely stemmed from hypothyroidism. This happened because the endo was the only one who did the unreliable lab test, while everyone else went with common sense and looked at the physical symptoms instead of depending on a piece of paper with a few numbers on it that's supposed to (but fails to) reflect how healthy or unhealthy a patient is.
DE is next to p and b shakes on the list of questionable and potentially dangerous products to ingest. I tried p and b shakes once, it irritated my insides (probably scratched up my intestines). It did absolutely nothing to the candida lol.