Well, I think the mistake I tend to make, and with me a lot of other people suffering from candida is to view it as an allopathic problem that we need to kill. As if it is a bacteria that we can get rid of by forcing our will on it. In trying to deal with candida for 2 years now and following this forum for months, I am beginning to think that if we want to ‘beat’ the candida, which is internal unbalance, we have to correct the unbalance in our life, wether that is stress, environment, toxicity, suppression, depression and so on… or it will come back every time we feel off.
There is a scary lack of succes stories online because there is no set way to truly ‘cure’ the candida. Sure you can nuke your body with supplements and probiotics, and starve yourself with a monk diet, but if you are poisoning your body with worries about not healing and negative thoughts regarding the diet, then it doesnt matter what you do. You wont get better.
Also, each case is different, meaning we cant really say for sure what is best for you. There are only guidelines. The guidelines are great ont his forum though, but id advice you to follow them your way.
This leaves me to ask: what is the unbalance that caused your candida overgrowth?