Sigh… the irony of fat intake to foster fat burning—it seems a mystery to make clear the implications of some supplements’ effectiveness at fat burning. And if you are on a fat burning mission, you might feel like skipping this one thinking, ‘Im not taking in MORE fat to LOSE fat’ because it makes no sense. But this is not the fat you see left in the skillet at Cracker Barrel, or sizzling in the vats at Wendy’s—it the fatty acids in fish oil. Typically associated with improving heart health, and vascular and cholesterol conditions, it’s added benefit of improving fat loss is just another reason to invest in the oil, compliments of the fish.
Fish oil is notorious for its ability to lower triglycerides (fatty acids in the blood), and improve cholesterol levels, but the movement of triglycerides is just the first step in a desirable process for fit conscious people; fat oxidation. A little background on fats; fat storage occurs through digesting fats, conversion of fats to fatty acids, and storage in the form of triglycerides. Fish oil affects triglycerides, which are stored fat. Once called into play, the triglycerides are reduced to glycerol, and fatty acids. The fatty acids are taken to the mitochondria, or fuel station of the cell, where they are oxidized to create adenosine triphosphate—ATP or energy. Thus, the process and association of fish oil intake and fat burning. So while the old technology term ‘garbage in, garbage out’ doesn’t typically apply as we would like in dieting, it seems to apply here; fat in, fat out. Thanks fish.PRESS RELEASE "GET FIT ON FAT...FATTY ACIDS TO FACILITATE FAT BURNING"