Honey is almost pure sugar. If I am to believe what many contributors to this forum say, sugar is the stuff from hell and candida thrives on sugar. Looking at it from that perspective, it’s amazing that a regular intake of honey has cured you.
On the other hand, bees ad lots of antifungals to honey. They have to, because if they didn’t their entire beehive would soon be covered in mold and fungus. So obviously, observing that beehives are free from mold and fungus, the antifungal properties of honey are stronger than its fungus-feeding properties.
Should the guidelines perhaps be altered? Maybe we should advise: do not consume sugar, unless it is from unprocessed honey.
Anyone else have similar experiences with honey? Or perhaps contradicting experiences? I find this quite interesting.