The NHL has a great relationship with fish oil companies.
The league has taken their products as part of the NHL diet and they have become the primary source of energy for many players, and many fans.
However, there have been some concerns with how the fish oil has been used.
The NHL’s official fish oil website states that the “pills are non-addictive and safe for athletes and the general public.”
But that’s not the case.
Some fans, especially women, are concerned about the safety of fish oil.
“I just really worry about the fish oils being a drug,” said Amanda Johnson.
“They’re not really a drug, they’re not something you’re putting in your body.
It’s a protein, but it’s not like a stimulant.
It has to be a nutritional supplement, and it has to come from a reputable source.
They don’t need to be from the fish industry.
It doesn’t make sense.”
Johnson, a professional hockey player, is a member of the women’s hockey league and was on the receiving end of the fish-oil supplement before she decided to take her concerns to the NHL.
The National Hockey League Players Association has been working to find a solution to the issue.
“Our hope is that the NHL and other sports leagues will adopt a policy that is more reflective of the scientific community’s findings and the public’s desire for better-quality and safer-for-the-athlete solutions,” the NHLPA stated in a statement.
“That includes an agreement with the FDA that would allow the use of fish-based supplements in all sports, and we believe that fish-containing products would have the greatest potential to help alleviate some of the concerns about the potential for long-term side effects.”
It remains to be seen how effective the NHA will be in helping the NHL find solutions.
“As a professional athlete, I’ve heard from so many fans who have expressed concern about the dangers of using fish oil supplements, especially when it comes to using them in conjunction with other supplements, including a new generation of stimulants like amphetamines,” said NHA President and CEO Jim Gagnon.
“We want to be clear that the NHTSA is aware of the issue and is working to ensure the use and safety of the supplements and other supplements that may be in use by players and the broader public.”
The NHTS is also concerned with the use.
“While we support the safety and efficacy of the supplement industry and the potential benefit of this supplement to athletes, the NHDSA is concerned that certain types of fish oils, particularly fish-derived, may be causing harm to athletes,” the company stated.
“Additionally, NHDS is concerned about any potential health concerns with fish oils in particular, particularly with regards to potential negative effects of these fish oils on athletes.”