From the original post: "I have always had sinus problems and have this horrible mucus odor in my mouth!...only Antibiotics take the smell away...I smell it more than others since its basically in my nose"
This woman isn't complaining about chronic Body Odor . She hasn't indicated classic, chronic parasite or candida symptoms. She hasn't complained of bowel disorders. Antibiotics help her, but antibacterials don't affect candida, which are fungi. If yeast were present, Antibiotics would make her symptoms WORSE by killing off competing beneficial bacteria. And she hasn't complained of lethargy, allergies, digestive complaints, or other classic liver dysfunction symptoms.
What are her specific complaints? Chronic "sinus problems" and "mucus odor in mouth." Rather than assume, without any clinical diagnosis whatsoever, that her bowels are messed up, that she's full of yeast and/or parasites, that her liver is malfunctioning, and that her diet needs radical changing, perhaps she should have proper clinical diagnosis, including bacterial and yeast culturing of her sinus and related organs and systems. Believe it or not, if her symptoms are primarily related to sinus issues, perhaps she has...SINUS PROBLEMS.
One can take as gospel every bit of "pop medicine" one reads on message boards by folks with no medical training whatsoever...or they can request a comprehensive stool analysis to verify potential gastrointestional pathogens and yeast, a comprehensive blood serum panel to determine liver functioning and evaluate the lymphatic immune system, and mucus cultures to determine and identify any sinus bacterial pathogens present. I believe in and use holistic medicine. But I think I'd opt for the latter approach, rather than randomly throw darts at a holistic dartboard.