Man I somehow forgot what the first post mentioned by mygutleaks. It sounds like you can tolerate one carrot, or a small amount and not a larger amount which is 2-3 carrots. I would stick to consuming low quantities such as the one carrot or less.
Another thing that is important is rebuilding your gut flora. Your gut flora only lives a certain period of time before it dies and gets replaced. Over time, if this gut flora isn’t able to digest foods because certain bacteria are at critically low levels, then your food simply won’t digest. If you slowly feed this bacteria certain foods then it will be able to develop and digest this food for nutrition over time. This is a theory I have and I believe it can be backed up by scientific evidence as well if I spend to the time to find it.
So lets say you want to work in a certain food item into your diet for the long term such as carrots or potatoes. If you eat it in small amounts, your beneficial gut flora will eventually increase the numbers of bacteria that can digest this food so that eventually some day, when you eat it, your body can digest it normally. However it would also apply to the candida as well which will slightly get fed (supposedly) by this food item. If those candida numbers are in check and their numbers are stable or going down, then eventually the beneficial flora will outweigh the yeast.
I think trial and error is a great way to go with the diet and if you react, just avoid it in the future and maybe some day you won’t react to it. Don’t eat this item everyday or in large amounts either if you react…but don’t let it stop you from having it in your lifetime.