Try to understand that the goal of a workable Candida treatment is to destroy as many Candida as possible while working to change the environment of the intestines, stomach, and colon to an environment that will not sustain the existence of a Candida albicans overgrowth. To feed the Candida during this long process is to defeat the purpose of the entire treatment. Foods that must be avoided in order to stop feeding the Candida are: all sugars, specifically sucrose, fructose, lactose, and any food that will turn into sugar once it has been eaten. This includes such foods as starches and other foods that can change into sugar in the body such as carbohydrates (wheat, etc). It also includes sugar alcohols such as sucralose (Splenda) and also the imitation sweetener, Aspartame (NutraSweet, Equal). Yeast should also be left out of the diet. Sugar is found naturally in most vegetables that you will need to eat, therefore any other foods containing sugar should be avoided.
So as you see, the problem is not an allergy to these foods, and it’s not a problem with the stomach or bloating; the problem is feeding the pathogens you’re trying to destroy.
There is a complete diet available to forum members; if you’d like to have a copy, send a private message to me on the forum.
Don’t feel bad about your UK doctors; for the most part, doctors here in the US also refuse to believe in a Candida albicans infestation. Many of us, including myself, have treated and cured our infestation without ever consulting a doctor.