I've been eating blueberries and farmed salmon for years, because they're supposed to be superfoods. Omega 3's and anti-oxidants, however, aren't the whole story for someone who has inflammation. The SelfNutritionData website says that broiled farmed salmon is strongly inflammatory (-386) and blueberries are mildly inflammatory (-28) [on a scale where 0= neither promoting nor inhibiting inflammation].
Yet WebMD says, "Omega-3s are thought to play an important role in reducing inflammation..."
So what's going on?
Think I figured it out.
Fish, salmon, Atlantic, wild, cooked, dry heat