I am sorry to hear your woes with trying the diet out and trying to heal. Your current diet is not sustainable and this won’t help you heal.
The number one thing you gotta do is stop worrying about eating food. Food gives you energy, helps you heal, and makes you feel good. You need food to survive, and you need quite a lot of it.
The second thing I would consider doing is not worrying about food reactions. Even though you are allergic to a lot of things, I would not worry about it feeding candida because candida can feed on just about anything. Everything on the allowed foods list candida can live on…just not as good when compared to what you were eating before you started the diet. Kefir is one thing candida likely cannot feed on.
I would come up with a new diet plan and just not worry how you feel afterwards because what you eat will heal you and help you get better.
I would alternate your foods that you eat, and this is the best way to make candida not get used to anything in the long term. Rotate between buckwheat, oat bran, millet, etc (whatever you can handle) in the morning for breakfast. For lunch, rotate your salad and the veggies you eat. For dinner, try to eat meat 3 days per week or so plus some buckwheat, oat, bran, etc and a salad. Come up with 3-4 course meals because this will heal you better than your single course meal diet that you have currently. Even improving to two sides per meal per day will be beneficial to your health.
Don’t worry about what veggies can do to your body because they have a lot of healing properties and most are at the least slightly antifungal. If you get a reaction from them, I wouldn’t worry whatsoever because some day it will get better.
From my personal experience, you can recover from all of your allergies, you just gotta tough out the symptoms.
Even though we state certain foods can feed candida, in reality candida lives on just about everything. The more variety you have, the harder it will be for candida to flourish and find a single source of food. Rotation is the key, you just need a little courage!
You might also want to consider an anti-inflammatory diet…this will give your gut relief while you move in and start to heal it via supplements, probiotics, prebiotics, etc. Foods that are anti-inflammatory include broccoli, blueberries, fish, fruits, cod liver oil (supplement), and more.
I believe you will notice an improvement in how you feel within one week just by making a dietary change.