Bluebell- I suggest a high protein breakfast if you're prone to blood sugar crashes. If you eat too many carbs, you'll secrete more insulin, which can lead to another blood sugar crash. Avoid the carbs and you'll keep your blood sugar more stable.
I think what Susan Weed is trying to say is that yeast OVERGROWTH is bad, but yeast itself is part of our normal gut flora. Without yeast, we'd probably have a bacterial overgrowth- they key is BALANCE.
She's saying there's no need to try and kill off all the yeast before repopulating yourself with a healthy balance of yeasts and bacteria. IMO, antifungals are probably a good idea when dealing with an acute infection, but they're not a good longterm strategy when dealing with a chronic or recurrent problem.
Ok, now I want a pickle.
That's about the only fermented veggies I currently have on hand, I can't have dairy, and the thought of drinking a glassful of dirt really squicks me out!