This question is very hard to answer given that I do not know at which stage of candida you are at.
Candida develops into rhizomes - long chain of yeast - that drills into the intestinal wall. So you not only need to heal the gut lining, first you need to get the threads out. Bowel Cleanses
are great to drag the threads out, so are ACV (Apple cider vinegar) enemas - if you do not have leaky gut= severe gut lining problems. With leaky gut - coffee enemas.
L-glutamine I advocate. However, if you had porcupine quills on your hand, I would recommend to take them out first and then take care of the skin lining. There is no point in helping the gut lining if you do not drag the candida out as well.
[It is also good for articualtions, only if you have articuations pain would I recommend that you start now].
So here it goes:
FIrst: Diet and supplements - give yourself time to adjust to the new diet and to identify your personal intolerances.
You MUST supplement with magnesium and vitamin B (3-6-12)- candida depletes them and your body will go in your muscles to obtain mag, and it will suffer from stress and bad digestion from lack of vit. B Furthermore, because mad is essential to assimilate calcium, you must supplement since having candida you are likely to have a mag deficiency and you should protect your bones .
Other important suppl are : lecithin, good EPA oil (salmon oil, extra virgin olive oil), vit A (cod liver oil), and probiotics.
Only once this is under control should you carry on:
Second comes the bowel cleanse: Psyllium and Bentonite
is the best and the cheapest - and - L-glutamine . This basically consist in a fiber : psyllium and a glue: Bentonite, they adhere to the candida threads and drag them out.
Third come the Fast (we'll see then)
Fourth the liver cleanse
All along you keep going with diet and supplements.
After 1-2-3-4, you carry on bowel cleanse, etc...
So this is the journey, you are about to undertake, but first establish a proper diet
Nuts are okay if you blanch them first (soak them into water for 12 hours). BUt remember peanut is not a nut.
Eggs, eggs and more eggs (vit A and many other nutrients)
Veggies - raw whenever you can -
Oatmeal with blanched wallnut (selenium) and nutmeg and cinamon (antibacterians)
with a bit of ground linseed (EPA) makes for a great breakfast.