Hello, Yoni, and welcome to the forum.
There are a few things on your diet that will do nothing for you other than prolong your treatment period as they are feeding the Candida each time you eat them.
These items are cottage cheese, whole wheat bread (even though it’s yeast free), and oats.
Look for the recipe for coconut bread in the “Recipes” section of the forum and make this instead of having wheat bread. It’s very filling and will supply you with the correct type of carbohydrates plus protein. The other carbs will come from vegetables, meat and chicken or fish. That’s correct; all of these items contain carbs.
You should also take the walnuts out of your diet, and add coconut oil for your oil source as well as extra calories to prevent weight loss, and it’s an excellent antifungal. In addition to this, coconut oil will help your system to change to a type of environment that is not Candida friendly, as your body had previously adapted a friendly environment for Candida, otherwise, you would not have the infestation.
Personally, I don’t have Candida, but I eat a completely healthy diet in order to retain the health I enjoy. I eat no carbohydrates other than the amounts that are in fresh vegetables, coconut bread, chicken and fish. No wheat products, no sugar, no soda, coffee or tea, and no ‘white foods’ at all. I have more energy than I need, and it’s now been over 16 years since I have needed an antibiotic. I give my diet full credit for my health.
If you stop eating all the ‘extra’ carbs, your body will adjust to this, you just have to give it time to do so. Once you do this, you’ll find that you do not miss the carbohydrate foods. In addition, this diet will speed up your cure much more than if you’re having daily sources of carbohydrates such as wheat products and cottage cheese.
Do you know how long you’ve had Candida, and how are your symptoms at this time?
Also, what specifically are the probiotics and multiple vitamins you’re taking?