I find this very refreshing and will purchase some bitters today. Regarding Kefir I found this online from the website in regards to consuming it while having candida check the second column: http://www.kefir.net/
Their claim that people with Candidiasis lack the lactase enzyme is misleading. A lack of intestinal flora can cause a lack of lactase, but this is not true in all cases. This is why I said if you can tolerate milk. If not there are many other things kefir can be grown on, even lactose free milk. You may also want to read these:
KEFIR MAY BOLSTER LACTOSE TOLERANCE IN INTOLERANT PEOPLE
Also keep in mind that the safest and most effective antigfungal available are probiotics. These bacteria not only feed on some fungi, but they also control the growth of certain fungi, such as Candida, through the acids they form. These same bacteria are also antibiotic, immune stimulatory, and produce about 80% of the body's serotonin, which has numerous effects in the body including intestinal motility.