Many folks on the forum follow a strict diet and protocol that you can read about here: The Protocol
It focuses mainly on veggies as the bulk of your food, with some organic eggs and some occasional meat, if you eat meat (I’ve been vegetarian or vegan for 17 years, so I don’t remember the rules about it), and a couple of other items you can add in slowly after a couple of weeks on the diet.
I believe allicin is the part in garlic that does all the good stuff…an alternative is to simply eat raw garlic. It’s best to chop it and let it sit for 10-15 minutes before eating…the good stuff gets activated when it hits the air, which is why you have to let it sit for a bit. I love garlic, so I don’t have problems chomping it down raw, but some folks prefer to put it in some kind of food. One thing I like is to blend it in with veggies in a blender or food processor, like avocado/lemon juice/raw garlic or cooked greens/raw garlic/sea salt.
I don’t know what gout’s restrictions are, but the candida diet should be perfect for diabetes, at least in my limited knowledge. There is no sugar whatsoever, except for the little bit that occurs naturally in veggies, as well as pretty much no big starches or carbs…you can have veggies like rutabaga (very anti-fungal!) or turnip and eventually add in buckwheat, but for the most part, it’s pretty low carb. No rice, potatoes, wheat, stuff like that.
It’s not recommended to eat yogurt at first, and when you do add it in, it’s best to do plain Greek yogurt, organic if possible. The way it’s made means it has less sugar than regular, I think. It also has a lot of protein.