Obviously, your problem is carbohydrates, and indirectly the Candida. I’m not saying that you don’t have Candida or that it’s not a problem, but the carbohydrates are what’s actually causing your acne to be worse, and you probably have a higher sensitivity to them because of the Candida. This is why I say that Candida is indirectly the cause.
This is how the carbs cause acne: When you eat carbohydrates the body always converts them into sugar, this of course spikes your blood sugar. Then the pancreas releases insulin which lowers blood sugar levels, then you eat carbs again. As time goes by, this cycle of sorts, causes us to develop insulin resistance. So then the pancreas needs to produce more and more insulin in order to bring down the blood sugar levels.
To put it simply, too high a blood sugar level coupled with far too much insulin will lead to all types of health problems, and acne is just one of them.
The opposite type of diet or a diet high in protein and low carbohydrate foods with a lower glycemic index improves acne breakouts.
I would feel safe making the bet that, if you keep your carbs at or under 50, and not over, your acne would go away again. Part of the problem is also the actual source of the carbohydrates; vegetables carbs won’t normally cause the acne reaction, so I’m talking about cutting the carb intake down by decreasing the quinoa and rice bread.
I don’t know exactly what you’re using to make the bread, but if you’re not doing so and it’s available, try using brown rice bran flour to make the bread.