My concern is that the digestive enzyme would be digesting more of the fruit than the candida. I dont think i would use orange juice or a banana. I might use just a little bit of refined sugar/glucose for baiting. The sugar would have to blend in pretty good or else the fish(candida) might just nibble at the worm and not be hooked. Maybe his idea is that some sugar will activate some of the dormant spores? I havent seen any research on "armored dormant spores". I think ill ask Dr. Jeff on that.
He might not recommend ACV based on how his clients react to it. ACV is very contraversial...some recommend it and some dont. For example the acetic acid in it might be anti-candida. But on the other hand ive heard ACV has some alcohol by-products that might cause some sensitivities? It may vary with the individual on how they react to the by-products in ACV?