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Fish is generally considered to be among the best foods you can eat for a healthy heart.
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My caution serves to remind you to There are many really excellent commercial foods on the market. Do not save in this respect. The health of your fish depends on what you feed them. The addition of Spirulina makes commercial fish foods more expensive, which is why the manufacturers avoid it. Thus, many products are marketed as ‘containing’ Spirulina, especially foods for vegetarians — but when you read those labels, you will often see Spirulina thrown in very low on the list, and in very small quantities! A ‘Spirulina-based’ food should be just that – more Spirulina than anything else. If it is not, you need to add Spirulina to your fish diet, in quantities high enough to do the job! Even the best commercial foods contain no more than about 20% Spirulina. I would supplement spirulina even for these! Shop Tetra for a variety of fish food options and buy the best fish food for your tank!
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This means you need to have the water clean enough for fish to survive and also have fish food to feed them too. Heck.. throw in some other species too! Maybe snails or a catfish that won’t bother anyone but maybe help clean and feed on the tank algae. The best tanks are all setup as natural as possible and run themselves. Have live plants too and the turtle can nip a piece if he is craving some greens. Plants also add oxygen and benefit the by feeding on the nitrate levels given off by feces waste.The most common live foods used in the aquarium hobby are . These fish often do notreceive the care they need to remain healthy and are often carryingdiseases or parasites that could, in turn, infect any fish that eatsthem. The best way to spread a fromone fish to another is for a fish to eat an infected fish! Also, inmany areas, the live foods that are available are very limited invariety. A diet of just one food is almost guaranteed to be short onsome vital vitamins, minerals, or other nutrients that your fishneed.Other subtleties should be considered when choosing a pond. For example, smaller ephemeral ponds or water-filled tire tracks (especially in cow pastures) are going to have lots of mosquito larvae and little else. Not that this is bad though, since mosquito larvae are one of the very best foods and feeding them to your fish is psychologically very satisfying. Mosquito ponds usually disappear by mid-summer but they can reappear any time if we get a good storm. Give the pond a few days after a storm to repopulate before collecting it. Mosquito larvae are air-breathers and can be easily seen rafting just under the surface with their tail-snorkels sticking out of the water.Why it's bad: Imported shrimp actually holds the designation of being the dirtiest of the "dirty dozen," says Cufone, and it's hard to avoid, as 90% of shrimp sold in the U.S. is imported. "Imported farmed shrimp comes with a whole bevy of contaminants: antibiotics, residues from chemicals used to clean pens, filth like mouse hair, rat hair, and pieces of insects," Cufone says. "And I didn't even mention things like E. coli that have been detected in imported shrimp." Part of this has to do with the fact that less than 2% of ALL imported seafood (shrimp, crab, catfish, or others) gets inspected before its sold, which is why it's that much more important to buy domestic seafood. (Read more about and how to make the best choices for your dinner table.)