As we know the fish literally saturated with fat. The question is whether it is harmful for our body? In this case of fat the answer is definitely “no”. Quite the opposite, there is a variety of fish fat (Omega 3), which is wildly important for a bodybuilder. It acts like a steroid! Moreover, it increases the sensitivity of muscle cells to insulin. As a result, more glucose enters the cells - increasing the strength and mass! The Omega-3 also helps to inject into the muscle more amino acids which again lead to the increasing of mass! It saves the glycogen and increases the level of glutamine in the muscles.
In essence Omega 3 fatty acids are fats commonly found in marine and plant oils. They are considered essential fatty acids, meaning that they cannot be synthesized by the human body but are vital for normal metabolism. Common sources of Omega 3 fatty acids include fish oils, algal oil, squid oil, and some plant oils such as echium oil and flaxseed oil.