So after having tried the Candida/Ketogenic diet (no carbs) for 3 weeks I tried taking 1/4 capsule Syntol and still got massive nausea, so now I am deciding to call it quits. I have felt like absolute crap the last 3 weeks probably due to low thyroid because I hard time consuming more than 1200 calories in fat and protein per day. Although I didn't want to admit it my body-over heating problems came back as well. Needless to say it just didn't seem to be working. It is the conventional belief out there that to get rid of candida one must consume little to no carbs in order to stop their growth. This logically means putting the body into ketosis. What most people don't know however is that ketones can also fuel candida growth and the fungi themselves use ketones to evade the bodies immune system. The following is the collection of a few days research that completely shifts the conventional paradigm on the various forms of Candida diet out there. The following 1st paper shows that the ketone beta-hydroxybutyrate will feed candida, and the 2nd shows that the ketone Aceoacetate is used by Candida to evade the body's immune system. The 3rd shows that starvation makes candida grow exponentially. Glucose obviously feeds candida as well however I have not seen evidence that it impairs immunity against candida. Glucose therefore appears to be the lesser of two evils in this case when compared to ketones. From a blood point of view it's impossible to eliminate glucose anyways. Jeff McCombs also has a nice extensive article going into why carbs are necessary on a candida diet. http://candidaplan.com/blog/637/candida-diets-part-iv-sugars/ He has a lot of excellent info on his site/blog and I will be switching over to his version of the Candida diet.