At The Muscle House Nutrition, our thinking and mentality are different when it comes to the essential daily dietary supplements and your health – and that’s why we’ve created our proprietary Fish Oil OMEGA 3.
When it comes to purchasing supplements online, consumers are often confused about what to take, what brand, what doses, what works, any side effects and so on.
Keep reading to learn everything you need to know about our Fish Oil Omega 3 dietary supplement.
OMEGA 3 is a fish oil supplement with tons of nutritional value and little-to-no risks. At The Muscle House, we carefully selected a fish oil manufacturer for our product that produces its fish oils under the all-important nitrogen barrier – a manufacturing technique that greatly reduces the chance for oxidation, significantly expands the product’s effective shelf life, and all but eliminates any “fish” taste or smell from the oil.
And finally, our manufacturing process is performed using the purified triglyceride form, rather than the more common ethyl esters.
Our product is far from the standard fish oil supplements on the market today. We’ve gone above and beyond with creating purity and the highest quality at the correct dose to ensure the full effect for the best result!!
1. Both polyunsaturated fatty acids are best known for their triglyceride-lowering function, each exerts other interesting effects as well. Significant evidence suggests that EPA and DHA may mitigate the production of pro-inflammatory cytokines, molecules responsible for inducing the inflammation cascade in the body.
Other studies suggest high levels of brain DHA are associated with verbal fluency and memory in healthy, normal adults – with one study finding that 6 months of DHA supplementation in young, healthy adults increased working memory assessed by recall.
2. One of fish oil’s (specifically, EPA’s) effects that may be of interest to fitness and physique athletes is its ability to induce AMPk (adenosine monophosphate kinase). AMPk, otherwise known as the “master metabolic switch,” is a heterotrimeric enzyme responsible for energy catabolism in muscle and fat cells.
When activated, AMPk increases lipolytic (the catabolism of fat tissue) signaling as a means of energy provision. Several studies demonstrate that high levels of EPA indirectly stimulate AMPk activation via decreasing PPARy.