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Let's face another harsh reality that people who eat junk food and nutrition bars are not the healthiest of people. I'm not saying they won't survive, but they will have unnecessary problems later. Just imagine goldfish flakes and pellets are as junk food and nutrition bars for people. Eating them too often, and they will have constipation problems and later develop the Swim Bladder disorder. Hamburgers are delicious, but if you make yourself a diet from eating them...
This would be the one flake food I would recommend as a compliment to AquaMasters or other pelleted/granule goldfish food.
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Sinking Goldfish Excel will not cloud water and is highly digestible, with a high feed efficiency that produces less waste and reduces tank pollution. The pellets sink to reduce risk of your fish gulping air while feeding, and contain stabilized vitamin C to support immune system health and extend the life of your fish. Resealable package preserves freshness.

Made in Japan.

Feeding Instructions: Feed up to 4 times daily, not exceeding the amount your fish will consume within a few minutes. More frequent, smaller feedings are best. Always remove any uneaten food after the feeding period to avoid over-feeding and possible water quality issues. When the water temperature is consistently below 50°F or above 86°F, reduce the amount fed based on the activity level of your fish and condition of your aquarium.

Ingredients: Fish Meal, Wheat Flour, Dried Bakery Product, Soybean Meal, Brewers Dried Yeast, Spirulina, Wheat Germ Meal, Fish Oil, Flaked Corn, Dried Seaweed Meal, Rice Bran, Garlic, DL-Methionine, Astaxanthin, Choline Chloride, Vitamin E Supplement L-Ascorbyl-2-Polyphosphate (Stabilized Vitamin C), Inositol, D-Calcium Pantothenate, Riboflavin, Vitamin A Supplement, Thiamine Mononitrate, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Niacin, Folic Acid, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Biotin, Vitamin B12 Supplement, P-Aminobenzoic Acid, Disodium Phosphate, Salt, Ferrous Sulfate, Magnesium Sulfate, Zinc Sulfate, Manganese Sulfate, Copper Sulfate, Calcium Iodate.

Guaranteed Analysis:
Crude Protein (min) - 40.0%
Crude Fat (min) - 6.0%
Crude Fiber (max) - 2.0%
Moisture (max) - 10.0%
Ash (max) - 15.0%
Phosphorus (min) - 1.2% There are lots of different types of goldfish food. Including flake food, pellets, bloodworm and brine shrimp.
Photo provided by FlickrThe bite-sized TetraFin Floating Food Pellets provide an attractive blend of small floating pellets that your goldfish will love.
Photo provided by FlickrSmall floating food pellets for juveniles--never cloud the water. Goldfish TEN is a nutritionally balanced formula with a variety
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hinking about what to feed your goldfish? I bet you're thinking about goldfish flakes, as they are the common type of food recommended for aquarists today. Flakes and pellets are the most simple way to feed your goldfish.Fish love varied diets and goldfish benefit from this rule. It's safe to say that flakes and pellets, considered daily goldfish food, have little or no fiber. Yes, that is true. Don't you think foods like Rice, Orange, Apple, Peas, Carrot, Corn, Banana, Pear, Cucumber, Lettuce, Spinach and many other can benefit your goldfish?You may not know this, but most successful goldfish aquarists rarely or never feed their fish pellets or flake food. Flakes may have lots of bulking agents, processed with minerals, vitamins and all your "goldfish needs". Did you ever get constipated for eating only dry food? And when you started eating fresh food like veggies and fruit, problems seem to go away. You can understand where I'm trying to go, don't you?It’s always good to have sinking pellets on hand to make sure all of your fishy friends get a bite. Since floating dry food can cause goldfish to suck in packets of air, some fish hobbyists only offer their goldfish to avoid problems – like buoyancy and swim bladder issues (which fancy goldfish are especially prone to).To start with, there are several different types of food you can buy. Dry food (including flakes, pellets, sticks, and wafers) are the most used and marketed goldfish food available.Pellets are another prime choice for many people looking to feed their goldfish an easy and quick meal. Once again, most pet stores and pet fish retailers will carry pellets specially designed to meet the dietary requirements of goldfish. Keep in mind that pellets will usually sink to the bottom of the tank, something which goldfish don’t like as much as floating food, but there are some types of fish pellets which do float.