Good question. I'd have to look on my hard drive for some of the larger reviews. The reference lists in my several "healthy fat" articles are a good jumping platform for an investigation of what I think is interesting/ applicable. I also think that the thing to consider here is the sheer volume of studies: different doses, durations, subject populations, dependednt variables, etc. There's just so much that even conservative groups like the AHA are on board. (Hey, there's a web site to search for landmark CVD studies.)
Chronic nagging stuff like my longstanding elbow tendonitis seems to respond to 1-3g EPA+DHA (taken most days). I think that, along with glucosamine/ chondroitin (at a half dose most days) the fish oil has also helped my lumbar stiffness. I have to be aware that the lack of squatting since my ankle surgery has also unloaded that stress, though.
During my ankle recovery, I was aware that my metabolism may be up due to injury BUT my physical activity was way down. I chose to keep the carb ratio down, partly for body fat control and partly because of what I've read about how frequently high blood sugar may interfere with wound healing. (I am bastardizing these studies to my own situation, admittedly.) I'd have to think a bit about a macronutrient ratio; didn't record anything. I leaned on Grow bars for a reasonable PRO:CHO ratio and for convenience, doubled-up on a 'multi' most days, occasioanlly took an antioxident (vit C for soft tissue repar, just in case), and lower-carb healthy fat meals at dinnertime. Oh and pateince. Lots and lots of it.