Fish oil burps, one of the most disgusting things a supplement newbie will endure. If you hate having to deal with those nasty smelling belches affecting you, this news could change all of that. Some have been using fish oil supplements to build a higher rate of muscle, which could be giving them mixed results. I had always been of the impression that this supplement could help your muscles become less sore and had never heard of it being an actual muscle builder. I know for a fact that, when I did use one of these supplements that I would feel less soreness, both in duration and intensity. I am guessing that there will be people who will be stunned that this oil doesn’t do much to bring real lean muscle, but not me. I don’t know how misinformation can be spread among so many and be so believed about what this supplement can do. First, I can often find these capsules for super cheap at almost any general store. If fish oil was such a big muscle builder, do you think that it would still be so cheap? I am certain that there would be companies coming out of the woodwork to capitalize on these revolutionary findings. The thing is, that is not going to happen because this kind of oil isn’t something to rely on for sheer growth. If you care about the condition of your skin, there is a use for that which can be tied to fish oil.
This supplement can also do wonders for giving you energy but there is nothing to support any claims that you will grow new muscle with using fish oil. You should dig up that bottle of this supplement that you might have tossed into the dumpster because there are still many things that this stuff does well for you. Known to reduce instances of many common disorders, there should still be a place in your cabinet for this wonder of science. Since this supplement flies under the radar of many, not enough is talked about regarding the many things that fish oil does correctly. Perhaps the misconception that has become the subject of this post has started because of how often lifters talk about fish oil like it is gold. I have read the message boards when I was new to supplements and it seemed like every other new thread was about the wonders of these kinds of supplements. Whenever someone new would ask what supplements were to be recommended for a new lifter, about 75% of them would inform the world all about fish oil.
I have nothing against this wonder of the workout world, I just think that we could all dial it back a bit when gushing over what this stuff can ACTUALLY do versus what everyone tells us it will. Try to stay within the guidelines of the 1,000 mg limit. Unless told to do so by a medical professional, there is no real reason to go overboard with how of this oil that you use. Nothing that was released from these findings was new to me, it is still important the beginners become aware of this news. In the future, we could still discuss, as a community, how beneficial this fish supplement can be for you. We should watch what we say when it comes to this stuff being any kind of supplement to use for obtaining new muscle or growing what you already have.