Some people have problems with brown rice because of how starchy it is. Its like fruit--some with candida can tolerate fruit ..others cant-- it just depends on where your at with your candida. People with mild candida might be able to tolerate more fruit+brown rice. People with extreme candida might be able to tolerate no fruit+brown rice.
On bee wilders website she recommends about 75-80% good fats 10-15% protein 5-10% carbs. She believes that the body should burn fats/oil for energy instead of carbs for energy. She states that the body can use 58% of protein and turn it into glucose. (Protein can be converted into glucose). She also explains how to get your macronutrients, Go to her website for more info. If your worried about your weight you might want to try more coconut oil/palm oil-because it helps speed up your metabolism + is a good source of calories. Trying to calculate an exact percentage of your diet is trying to fit one shoe for everyone. Everyones % is going to be different depending on how your body metabolizes fats/ how sensitive your GI tract is. The idea is to limit your fast burning carbs until your candida is under control. People with candida have to adjust their % depending on their level of candida. People with extreme candida might have to eat a high fat/oil diet but again it depends on each individuals digestive system/flora makeup.