Yes I know what you mean. The following demonstrates that mixed information regarding Apple Cider vinegar and whether it kills or feeds candida. Generally speaking, Apple Cider Vinegar has been successfully used in creating vaginal douche formulas to kill vaginal yeast infections. Apple cider vinegar has also been used in drinking water of dogs to successfully treat yeast infections in dogs. I have a blood analyst that is very knowledgeable and that I trust and he believes that apple cider vinegar is an antifungal and so will kill candida. I will continue to ingest apple cider vinegar not only because of its antifungal properties but because of its proven ability to kill a host of parasites
and bactertia and its ability to create a more balanced body PH. As I also do regular liver flushes, I will continue to take ACV on a regular basis as the malic acid in acv is known to soften and break up any gull stones to allow their easy disposal from the body during a liver flush.
Articles in support of ACV to kill Candida.
Article that advises against ingesting ACV if you have Candida
I guess since we are all so different, the best thing to do is try and monitor whether ingestion of ACV makes your candida problem worse or better. I don't believe that you can know for sure any other way but to be a guinea pig and hope for the best. Also, if you decide to try ACV, be sure to stick to the unfiltered, raw, and unpasturized type available in health food stores. Part of the confusion around this may have to do with differences in ACV and their effect on Candida. It well could be that the store bought distilled apple cider vinegar may well be bad if you have Candida.