Protein-packed and an excellent source of heart-healthy omega-3s, include salmon in diet two to three times per week. To boot, experts say the fats in salmon can also reduce inflammation in the brain and body, helping to ward off dementia, Alzheimer's, arthritis, asthma and other inflammatory diseases. (Click here for more information on anti-inflammatory foods.) Roast salmon and serve with a side of vegetables, cube salmon and include it in a seafood chowder, or whip cooked salmon with goat cheese and fresh herbs for a superb party dip.
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