Also, I would check to see how many grams of sugar per serving is found in your yogurt. If its over 15 grams per serving, I would switch to greek yogurt which has a much lower sugar count.
I would also consider getting some SF722 undecenoic acid by thorne research. This is a very effective and long term antifungal that candida cannot adapt to easily.
I would also try to start eating more food. Try your best to eat 3-4 course meals plus some snacks and this could really turbocharge your recovery.
You might want to try out kefir also, and it should be sold at your local health food stores. I add some to my yogurt in my morning and it contains a lot of probiotics. You can also make it at home pretty easily…and drink it straight.
I would look at trying black or red rice to see if you get a reaction. You may not because you likely never had had it during your lifetime, so your body won’t recognize it. If you do, save it for phase 2. I would rotate eating buckwheat/quinoa/black or red rice so that your body doesn’t get used to any of these foods. I highly recommend chicken or lamb sausage as well if you are not vegetarian.