Spirulina+ Flake :(Now with Garlic added) Spirulina is an excellent source of plant nutrition for your fish. But a fish flake with too much will repel many fish with its strong taste. Very few fish species are pure vegetarians and most need a mix of proteins and fats to do well. Our premium Spirulina Fish Flake has just the right amount of spirulina in it to give the average tropical fish all the benefits while still being very palatable. We have the perfect fish flake formula for your plant-loving fish!
Packed in a Black Foil zip-lock bag, which will keep your food fresher for a longer time. "Bulk" - means it is packed in a clear plastic bag.
Analysis: Min. Protein - 45%, Min. Fat - 14%, Max. Fiber - 3%, Max Moisture - 4.5% Spray Dried Salmon, Dried Yeast, Soy Flour, Dried Spirulina Algae, Wheat, Oat and Gluten Flours, Shrimp Meal, Plankton Meal, Dried Kelp, Fish Oil, Lecithin, Dried Krill, Vitamin and minerals, No Preservatives.
Imagine if you could be satisfied and content with your purchase. That can very much be your reality with the Fish Flake Food - Spirulina+.
Don't be fooled into thinking a fish food is good just because fish readily eat it. Children prefer candy over broccoli, but it doesn't mean that candy is better for them. A taste preference can easily be acquired through hunger. Getting them to prefer foods that are also very good for them, is the trick. Even though it's not always needed, our way of getting them to develop a taste for a new food, works. It is described below.
Fish won't eat their new food? When switching to a new fish food, we highly recommend getting the fish very hungry. Often times, fish become accustomed to a particular fish food and will not eat another, no matter how good it is for them. When introducing a new food, we usually don't feed the fish for 24-48 hours, depending on the size of the fish, and then offer only one bite per fish (key to success). Remove food after 1 minute if uneaten. Do this every few hours. It may take several days, especially for larger fish that have become accustomed to other fish foods. Don't worry, fish can easily and safely go much longer than this without food. Allowing the food to sit uneaten in the tank for even a couple hours can turn them off to the food permanently. If you don't give in, this method works every time.
Using this technique, you can quickly get most fish to eat a new food like ravenous piranha without much effort. In fact, we have to be careful feeding, because they often jump out of the tank in their feeding frenzy. Watch some of our fish feeding in the below video. Keep in mind, they were first introduced to these fish foods using this technique.
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