Generic Diflucan (Fluconazole, Diflucan® equivalent)

Diflucan is a tablet you swallow to treat vaginal yeast infections caused by yeast called Candida. Diflucan is used to treat fungal infections, yeast infections, urinary tract infections, peritonitis, pneumonia, and cryptococcal infections. Diflucan is different from other treatments for vaginal yeast infections because it is a tablet taken by mouth. Do not take Diflucan, generic Diflucan, or Fluconazole if you are taking Cisapride.

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NUTRITION: YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT � MYTHS AND FACTS

Fact
A candy bar or cola before exercise gives you extra energy.
2. Honey provides quick energy for exercise.
3. Starchy foods are fattening and should be avoided.
4. Gelatin improves physical fitness.
5.Wheat germ oil (vitamin E) improves fitness.
6.Alcohol keeps you warm and improves performance.
7.Milk cuts your wind and brings on early fatigue.
8.Exercise, particularly swimming, should be avoided following a meal.
Fact
1. If you eat large amounts of sugar at one time, such as an entire candy bar, the blood releases too much insulin, starting a series of complex chemical reactions. As a result, too much glucose is removed from the blood and stored in the fat cells and liver. This process can leave you with less energy than you would have had without eating the candy bar or drinking an entire can of cola. Sugar also draws fluid from other body parts into the gastrointestinal tract and may contribute to dehydration, distention of the stomach, cramps, nausea, and diarrhea. To avoid these problems, dilute concentrated fruit juices with twice the recommended water, add an equal volume of water to commercial drinks, and eat only small quantities of sugar. Sugar is absorbed faster than the muscles can use it, thus, frequent small amounts are preferable to single doses. Your blood-glucose level will reach a peak about half an hour after consumption, and then rapidly decline. Eating large quantities of sugar causes more rapid decline and greater shortage of glucose for energy.
2. For years, honey has been used before, during, and after exercise for quick energy and rapid recovery. Since 40 percent of the sugar in honey is fructose, which is rapidly converted to glycogen, it has been stated that honey will quickly restore glycogen reserves. Unfortunately, there is no evidence to support this theory. There are no quick-energy foods, and honey has the same limitations and advantages of any sugar.
3. Starch is the main energy source of complex carbohydrates. Their reputation as fattening is due to the fact that they are normally eaten with fat, such as butter on bread and sour cream on potatoes.
4. Plain, dry gelatin added to water is almost pure protein. The dessert-type gelatin contains about 4 g of protein and 34 g of carbohydrate. Athletes consider gelatin a good source of protein and a precursor for the formation of phosphocreatine, which helps provide anaerobic energy. The theory advanced is that gelatin may help form phosphocreatine in the muscle. Findings of recent researchers indicate no beneficial effect on performance or on fitness.
5. Recent research suggests that vitamin E may help prevent early heart disease. There is no evidence to support any claims for improved fitness levels.
6.The initial increase in warmth comes from dilation of blood vessels near the skin. Actually, after you consume alcoholic drinks, heat loss increases, and you are more susceptible to chilling.
7.Drinking milk or putting it on cereal does not result in early fatigue or loss of fitness. Skim milk with no fat is still a sound, high-density, nutritional choice.
8.People have avoided exercise after eating for years, believing that it hindered digestion, brought on stomach cramps, and contributed to drowning. Exercise does slow acid secretion and the movement of food from the stomach during activity and for about an hour later. After this time, there is actually increased digestive action. In the final analysis, over a 12- to 18-hour period, exercise has little effect on the speed of digestion. Performance could be hindered, although that is unlikely, because of the discomfort of overeating or a feeling of lethargy. Stomach cramps while you are swimming are highly unlikely, even if you swim immediately after eating. It may be wise to wait about 45 minutes if you are a beginning swimmer and are tense about the water.
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