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Nutrient content and quality of the feed in relation to its cost is the most valuable information displayed on the label, and frequently the most confusing. Quality in relation to cost can be difficult to determine and often cannot be estimated at all. The information is essential, because though almost all commercial fish foods are nutritionally adequate, there are significant differences in the type of ingredients and quality of nutrients various foods contain.
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Aqueon fish foods were formulated by aquatic hobbyists using premium ingredients to provide nutrients for fish. This assures a healthy diet that will bring out the true color and energy of every fish. A popular choice among fishkeepers, Aqueon Flake Foods come in different assortments such as tropical, goldfish, color-enhancing, spirulina and marine. Extruded foods, or more commonly known as granules, pellets, rounds or wafers, are easily digestible and give fish a hardier diet when compared to flakes. Whether a tropical fish, betta, goldfish, cichlid or bottom feeder, a pellet food is available for each fish type. Freeze-dried fish foods can be fed to fish as a treat or as part of a staple diet, depending on the blend. For additional nutrients they can also be soaked in vitamin and mineral mixtures prior to feeding. Guy 2: no she said she would but  fish food
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What do fish eat? Turns out they eat all sorts of things. Aquarium fish food is one of the most important topics to know about when keeping fish and a proper diet is essential. If you want to get the most out of your aquarium fish it is important to give them a variety of fish food. While you can give them just flake food, you should try to vary their diet with some of the different types of tropical fish food described below. Two or three small feedings a day is better than one feeding per day. Only put in as much fish food that the fish will consume within 2 minutes. Overfeeding your fish will lead to poor water quality and stressed fish.

Flakes are easy to use and your fish will like it. Flakes usually float on the surface while the fish eat. If you have bottom dwelling fish like , you will want to use something like algae wafers or pellets that sink to the bottom. You can use flakes as the primary food source because it contains most of the vitamins, minerals and other nutrients that your fish need. They are also easy on your fish's digestive system. Start off by using just a pinch or two. If your fish gobble it up in less than 2 minutes, try another tiny pinch. Avoid overfeeding because this can lead to poor, cloudy water.Freeze-dried fish foods are a safe alternative to live fish food due to the treatment of these foods before the freeze drying process. Be extremely careful when using live foods (especially feeder goldfish) due to the diseases that they may carry.

Made from brine shrimp and because these pellets usually sink to the bottom, they can be used to feed your bottom dwelling fish. Brine shrimp is a great fish food and is often used to stimulate breeding in tropical fish.

Brine shrimp is a great fish food for getting your fish ready for fish breeding. It can also be used as an excellent treat for your fish. Use it as a supplement to the daily diet of flake fish food.

These fish food wafers were specifically developed for the hard to feed plecostomus and other algae eating bottom feeders. Cory cats and Silver Dollars will go after these sinking wafers as well. It can be really funny to watch Silver Dollars chase each other around the tank when one gets the algae wafer. This food can be a great supplement for the aforementioned species as well as other herbivorous fish. Drop one or two in at night when the tank lights go off for your bottom feeders. This way they won't have to compete with the top dwelling species for the wafers.