If someone has systemic Candidiasis, then their infestation has become “sepsis” meaning the infestation has moved throughout the body by way of the bloodstream. Normally only those people with an immunocompromised disease such as HIV will contract the full extent of a Candida infestation or systemic Candidiasis.
If a person’s immune system is not compromised to this extent, and he or she is treating their Candida overgrowth with a good Candida diet and supplement protocol, then they have more than likely stopped the infestation from increasing in size and therefore would be less likely to reach the stage of sepsis.
Your post states the percentages of death from systemic Candidiasis, but not the percentage of Candida sufferers who contract systemic Candidiasis. This is an important missing link in your information.