Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Skeletal Muscle Health

@article{Jeromson2015Omega3FA,
  title={Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Skeletal Muscle Health},
  author={Stewart Jeromson and I. Gallagher and S. Galloway and D. L. Hamilton},
  journal={Marine Drugs},
  year={2015},
  volume={13},
  pages={6977 - 7004}
}
Skeletal muscle is a plastic tissue capable of adapting and mal-adapting to physical activity and diet. The response of skeletal muscle to adaptive stimuli, such as exercise, can be modified by the prior nutritional status of the muscle. The influence of nutrition on skeletal muscle has the potential to substantially impact physical function and whole body metabolism. Animal and cell based models show that omega-3 fatty acids, in particular those of marine origin, can influence skeletal muscle… Expand
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