This is correct, I agree. Low-or "NO" carb diets when you have a yeast infection are not a good idea. A neglected organ with candida is the pancreas, and by eating the right kind of carbs and by taking correct enzymes your pancreas and small intestine will function much better. I prefer patients to obtain their carbs from quinoa (which contains an amazing 17% protein), as well as buckwheat, millet and brown rice. Most can tolerate these grains, besides, you will be getting plenty of carbs by selecting the right kind of vegetables, nuts and seeds and fruits. Yes you CAN have fruits, but need to be very cautious in your approach.
Consuming a diet too high in protein will constipate you, a common scenario with Aktins and South Beach diets, it will also ensure you are more prone to putrefactive dysbiosis. Consuming a diet too high in carbs will lean you towards fermentative dysbiosis (gas, bloating, etc). Consuming the right amount of carbs/fats and proteins will guarantee great digestion which will optimize your chances of beating that yeast beast