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Just searched for ghee and found your post.
I had the same problem with the food list, its all a bit confusing but then I found another link that Able had sent which worked . I would ask Able to send it again, if you haven’t already.
With regards to how to cope with feeling bad (including anxiety symptoms) IMO the way to tackle it is(1) to work out how to have the anti-fungals high enough to be killing the candida (and producing die-off) but low enough to be able to cope(even if that means having a few days here or there feeling terrible)(2) I think the key is in using supplements and methods to detox the stuff which is being released into your bloodstream/system. I’m not an expert but I’ve been working this stuff out bit by bit for years, making loads of mistakes. Many of the anti-fungals I’ve taken -for example, oregano oil,made me feel terrible and so I simply cut the dose down to one I could cope with and then built up the dose slowly. There are so many things you can do also to assist your body detox, which makes it all so much easier.Some of the things that have worked for me are: walking (any othr exercise is too much but walking seems to be gentle enough to not make me ill yet also helps to detoxify me and I always feel better.Another physical thing to do is have a warm bath,even better if it has Epsom Salts in it(one cup),even better if preceded by something which makes you sweat(exercise,sauna, wrap yourself up in blankets even) Take milkthistle ,molybdenum,nettle tea, burdock tea and any other detoxifying herbs, or drink. Just drinking extra water(sipping) makes a difference.There are all sorts of micronutrients,minerals and phytochemicals which can help too, so you can build up an arsenal of ways to make the die-off much more liveable.
Hope this helps.