I agree that one shouldn’t get depressed about having to stay on the strict candida diet forever, but one should really change their diet more gradually than just changing to the anti-candida. For at least a couple of weeks, if not a month, get used to eat only healthy foods. This helps to get all the kinks of becoming ‘healthy’ out of the way, such as deciding to eat organic foods and either whole wheat or non-gluten noodles. This way, when you heal yourself of candida overgrowth, you will not go out and shove sugar down your face because you are “free”.
Instead, you will just add things slower like healthy cookies, teas, sauces, etc. It is a great way of changing your lifestyle. I have been doing this on and off since I was 12 and younger. As an older teenage, I always wanted to eat pizza and ice cream all the while knowing I was allergic to them. I have basically almost killed myself not being healthy twice in my life because of poor diet and western medicine. I am tired of it and I want to help other people not get hurt and stay healthy!
If you like potato chips, either when you get off your diet, or need carbs, or if you decide you need a break from being so strict, you should try Terra chips. They taste great and are pretty straightforward in the ingredients. They have sweet potato and all kinds of other root veggies, oil, and salt (some of them). It is absolutely a great stuff!
You may be planning on being free, too. Maybe it is not with junk, but with rice pasta and other allowed carbs. It is time to focus on getting better, and truly what you can slowly incorporate into your new life of eating!
If you want to get support about yeast infections matter, in particular this specific issue, go get my recommended report on cure candida project website. Read, learn, and ask. They will support and help whatever your situation is.