To treat SIBO plus Candida I would add the following to the SIBO protocol.
1) Start taking a polyene and a triazole antifungal before the antibiotics, and continue them right through the SIBO process and afterwards. Ideally, identify a polyene and triazole that works for your strain of Candida. For example I get lots of die-off from oral amphotericin B, but nothing with nystatin. Fluconazole also does little to kill my Candida.
2) Do an enema HPI after finishing the GSE. This should replace the good bacteria killed by the antibiotics.
Okay, we've got the protocol nailed down. I could be wrong, but I think most people visiting this forum would benefit from following it. Now.... how do we make a buck from it?
Just kidding :) I would be very happy just to be able to help people suffering chronic bowel related health problems. Maybe we could set up a digestive diseases clinic and employ some doctors and provide they whole protocol: from antifungals, to antibiotics to HPI. I reckon we could save a lot of lives this way.
First we need a few guinea pigs! We need some proof it works. Who's willing to give our protocol a try? Shall we call it the Cheshire/Orlando protocol?