I would not try to convince anyone without candida or some digestive impairment to care so much about acidity to avoid fish. The asians for example eat cabbage and all kinds of alkaline sides which compensates for the acidity. Most cuisines do. I just saw portuguese kale soup on travel channel...In Brazil they serve bean stew with rice and collared greens. The collared greens are bland and useless to me...at a party we just sprinkled a little on our plates to look responsible. Now I see there's a purpose. I posted this acid/alkaline chart because I feel that a lot of candida diets are very acid forming and that could have been my reason for basically shutting down on a high meat diet...another reason besides the fat. I think planning a meal that includes acid and alkalines is not part of lots of people's candidas plan because we are all breaking meals down into the simplest components to be super cautious.
I don't look at each success story with the expectation that I will have a lifetime of candida relief in the same way that the person telling their experience does. From my personal experience and experimentation though, Alkalinity and fat content are very important in picking foods. Obviously a vegan leafy green and fruit diet is not for everyone, but the alkalinity in their diets is worth noticing.
Also, some foods are contradictory on the acid/alkaline charts. They are usually grains or other good tasting things. This chart calls quinoa acidic. My research says it is tough to call and not extreme in either way. Based on this I will focus more on sweet potatoes and greens...since I had no candida drunk reaction to a ton of baked yams the past few days.