The thing to keep in mind when you’re adding or increasing the foods is that you still need to include as many green vegetables as possible on the diet, so of course in eating the foods below, you’ll need to ‘save room’ for the vegetables.
And actually, I think you’re far enough along and are familiar enough with what you need to do that you could decide for yourself how much of each of these foods you need or want to have, but I’ll give you some suggestions with which to compare your own opinions.
Greek yogurt: two to three times a day tops.
Kefir: Same as above.
(Keep in mind that if you have one of these three times a day, you wouldn’t want to have the other one three times as well since this would fill you to the point of having to leave out some of the vegetables.)
Probiotics: Once or twice a day, morning and night. You can take about as much as you like up to around 200 billion. The most I’ve taken in one day was 160 billion which I took for about a month (guessing), but I’ve read research reports of over 200 billion taken in one day with no problems.
AVC: Three times a day after meals at a dosage of 1 teaspoonful per meal.
Lemon and water: Three to five times a day.
Oil of oregano: Up to 18 drops a day spread over several doses. But at this amount you would need to take a break from the oil at least every two weeks, and you would only need this amount during the very worst part of the infestation.
SF722: Raster can tell you about this as I’ve never used it and have done very little research on it.
Coconut oil: Of course you can cook with it as often as you choose. As far as taking it straight; up to 16 teaspoonfuls a day, and again, you would need this amount for only a short period of time.
Garlic: As much and as often as you wish.
Rutabaga: No more than one whole or one half rutabaga a day, depending on size, four or five days a week. Doing this you’ll leave time for other important vegetables.
Onion: As much and as often as you wish.