From what I understand, it sounds as though you’ve experienced at least some of the milder die-off symptoms along the way … or was that until this morning? Is this what you meant by your latest post, you were having worse die-off symptoms this morning?
Since it’s impossible to literally kill off ALL of the Candida in our system (this is not our goal), it may be a better idea at this time to concentrate instead on building an environment for which the Candida have no use because they are unable to thrive and continue to populate, but in which the good bacteria/flora in the system can flourish. Because in the end, when your Candida infestation is completely cured, the champion of the fight will be the flora/communities of good bacterial in your system which have sufficiently lowered the numbers of Candida and prevented the ones that are left from changing from a mild yeast form into a dangerous fungal form infestation which they now are (remember that Candida are in are system for a positive purpose, as long as they’re not in a fungal form).
If you’ve been eating cabbage, onions and garlic cooked together all along, I would definitely keep this up. As you stated, not only are you ingesting some very good antifungals, but at the same time you’re feeding the good flora in your system with the vegetable fibers in these foods, an excellent combination. Maybe you would like to post the recipe for that in the forum’s recipe section, if you’ve not already.
If I were on your present diet, the only other item I would consider adding would be the Oil of Oregano. I had some great success with this all during my diet, and if fact, I’m still taking from 5 to 10 drops a day for maintenance. You can rotate this with other fungal products, but again, I would not rotate the coconut oil, I would have it every day.
Good luck to you.