I have never ordered the Livatone, but I wanted to pass this website on to others because Dr. Cabot, who formulated the supplement, has specifically studied the liver, and she has a lot of useful information about the liver at her website. Two posters here, Stanna and Patticake, also think very highly of her liver support supplement. Stanna, who has not posted here in a little while, got well using Livatone for liver support and Refuvenative Sauerkraut as a probiotic. I have found the liver support supplement from GNC to also be very good, though, and use it instead. It's more a matter of convenience.
As for eating, I'm very careful about what I eat, but I don't follow the very strict version of the candida diet. A poster brought this website to our attention earlier on, and it makes a lot of sense to me:
I never have understood why not eating a food like blueberries, which is one of the world's healthiest foods, can be bad for you, with our without candida, so that's the path I've followed. I take care to eat very nutritional foods to keep myself (and my immune system) well nourished and have dealt with the candida as a secondary issue. The strict constructionists of the candida diet here might consider this article heresy, though.
As I understand it, Threelac and liver support supplements have different functions. Threelac is a probiotic, which are supplements that feed the healthy bacteria and keep our digestive health at an optimum. The theory is that if your digestive system is filled with healthy bacteria, the good bacteria will push the yeast out because they will compete for space. One reason candida has become such a problem for many of us is the use of Antibiotics that have killed off too much of our healthy bacteria, allowing the candida free room to roam. On the other hand, liver support supplements give our livers a helping hand while they are extremely taxed dealing with a very heavy toxic load caused by the candida.
As for Threelac, there has been much contentious debate over its merits, in this forum, and even in a debate forum. Some feel that some of its ingredients are not good for you, especially the yeast and one other which has a very controversial history. If you type "Threelac" into the Curezone search engine at the top of the page, you will find posts describing different thoughts that people have about Threelac. I personally use Garden of Life's Primal Defense Ulta, although I've become convinced from other posters here that the way to go is natural probiotics like those found in fermented vegetables. Skyhigh and Stanna, two posters here, swear by fermented vegetables by Rejuvenative Foods. Skyhigh uses the Kimchee while Stanna uses the Sauerkraut. Skyhigh likes them so much that she has even begun to ferment her own. Here is the website for Rejuvenative Foods. If you live in the U.S. and type in your zip code, a store nearest to you will come up: