I don’t actually know how many grams of carbs I eat. Just eating carbs, and in general eating more, made a huge difference to me. But in my case I was lead to try this as I experienced a huge decline while on the low carb diet. I did start with juicing though and this might explain why introducing the carbs went so well; I have noticed that even now if I eat a lot of raw carrots in one go, I struggle a bit. I’m guessing that this might be caused by the fibre in the carrot as juicing the same amount of carrots and drinking them is fine – just a guess. Other than that I don’t eat a lot in one go, but rather eat often and small amounts.
Here’s an estimate of what I consume on a day (none of this approwed on the strict Candida diet, mind you): approximately 2-3 apples, 1-2 oranges, 5 carrots, 2 dl berries (strawberries/blueberries/black currants), 1-2 bananas, sometimes some grapes as well, and trying to have 1-2 dl of buckwheat (but this is not every day). And some days sweet potatoes and beetroot(1-2dl). Not sure how much that makes in grams. It’s a lot more than I ate before and most of these items I did not have at all in over a year. But in my experience this is working for me so I’ll continue.
If you want to try the blood sugar regulation plan of snacking every hour but are worried about too much carbs, you can always do it with less sugary items such as celery. You will have to experiment a bit for yourself to see what might work.
For constipation, did you ever try the gaps smoothie with juiced veggies and fruits, a raw egg and sour cream taken first thing in the morning?