Hello. Very creative user name, considering your post.
Eating the grains will feed the Candida, and as Raster wrote, and probably set you back a few days; but that’s if you eat the grains for one day, if you’re eating them every day, you’re basically not on the Candida diet.
I suggest that you eat all the green vegetables that you’re not allergic to, adding rutabaga and turnips if you can eat those. Instead of eating beans for at least a month, I would simply eat chicken or fish for protein, organic when possible.
You can use the coconut bread recipe on the forum to make bread with brown rice bran flour mixed with oat bran. You don’t need the coconut flour, and I don’t see why you couldn’t use egg substitues, unless there are items listed in the ingredients that would have a negative effect.
Bob’s Red Mill is organic and the safest brand. Amazon carries this brand. You can eat the bread at least three times a day when you need to.
Digestive bitters stimulate the intestinal wall’s self-repair mechanisms, so I would start taking Swedish Bitters. Look for the glycerin based, non-alcohol/non-ethanol type.
Since you can’t really be completely on the diet, I would go ahead and start a probiotic, also kefir or homemade yogurt if you can eat these. A good probiotic is MegaFlora made by MegaFood.
A member by the name of Johnny22 has an easy and simple recipe for making homemade yogurt. You can view it on this link (near the bottom of the page): http://www.thecandidadiet.com/forum/yaf_postsm4376_YoghurtsHow-much-can-I-have.aspx#post4376
Prebiotics are foods or herbs that will feed the beneficial bacteria, and I would try to get as many of these as possible. Some natural prebiotics are fresh garlic, greens, onions, barley, asparagus, organic oat bran or brown rice bran, broccoli, and the herb yucca root, burdock root, and chicory root.
Let us know if you have other questions.