Seachem NutriDiet Goldfish Flakes: .5 oz #1061 - Goldfish Food

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Soak mix in GarlicGuard (Seachem. GarlicGuard) to boost immune support and attract the fish to the medicated food source. You can also use a bit of RO/DI or tank water instead.
Seachem Chlorella Fish Flake Food 1oz
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Seachem’s are getting four new flavors — MarinePlus, Chlorella Flakes, Discus and Shrimp Flakes. The new line of flake foods eliminates low-value fillers to offer high nutritional value for your fish plus are fortified with garlic, chlorella, and extra Vitamin C. Seachem NutriDiet Goldfish Flake Food 1oz
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NutriDiet® Marine Flakes is a premium and nutritionally balanced diet formulated to meet the requirements of all marine fish. It contains only the highest quality ingredients including fish, shrimp, and squid without low nutritional value fillers. As with all of the Seachem NutriDiets, Marine Flakes have Chlorella Algae as an exceptional source of a broad range of vitamins, amino acids as well as all other nutrients required for animal life. Chlorella Algae is considered a potential super food that far surpasses the nutrients delivered by Spirulina Algae common to other diets. It is enhanced with to attract finicky eaters and enhance palatability. Additionally, Marine Flakes contain as an appetite stimulant and a natural antibacterial/antiparasitic product to protect against a myriad of infections and infestations of bacteria and parasites.This is where my question comes, I feed them pellets and I would prefer not to change their food, unless it's necessary, I know that frozen food is recommended when blending with Seachem's meds. What I did is get a very small amount of tank water in a plastic cup and add 24 measures of Metro and about 120 measures of Focus, since they recommend one measure or two of Metro for every 10 gallons and my tank is 120 g. I used 24 measures of Metro and 120 measures of Focus because the ratio is Focus 5:1 to Metro. Then, I put the pellets in the cup and mixed everything and let it sit for about 20 minutes. When feeding the fish I made sure that all of them ate at least two pellets and the rest of the mixture I dropped it in the water after I was done feeding. Did I do something wrong or that is the way to do it?It is an attractive food source because, and has been deemed a “Super-Food” as it is high in protein and other essential nutrients. When dried; it is about 45% protein, 20% fat, 20% carbohydrate, 5% fiber, and abundant in minerals and vitamins and satisfies all of the requirements of a healthy and balanced fish diet as established by the National Academy of Sciences. It is the highest-known source of chlorophyll. While these are all beneficial, the greatest value of chlorella lies in a fascinating ingredient called Chlorella Growth Factor (CGF). CGF is a water soluble nucleotide-peptide complex found only in chlorella. It is responsible for the rapid rate of growth of the alga. Experiments with microorganisms and animals have shown that CGF promotes faster than normal growth without adverse side effects by naturally catalyzing the DNA to RNA to protein conversion. It stimulates tissue repair and protects cells against some toxic by-products of rapid growth. The process used in preparing Seachem chlorella products has been specially designed to maximize the CGF content retained in the final product. The effects of CFG are only observed in algae whose cell walls have been perforated, as the wall is composed of material that cannot be readily digested. The Seachem protocol breaks open the cell wall, allowing the cell contents to be fully available for digestion.Back in February, Seachem debuted a brand new line of , and eventually expanded that initial offering a few months later to include a much more tailored variety. Instead of just one marine flake, for example, the NutriDiet flakes grew to three. The expanded lineup included a general marine flake (MarinePlus), a shrimp formula (Shrimp Flakes), and an algae flake (Chlorella Flakes) for fish requiring a heavy diet of algae. We got a real good look at these new foods at MACNA this year, and from what we can tell, they will definitely be a welcomed site. The foods each consist of really nice mixture of large and small flakes, making them an ideal choice for feeding every fish in the aquarium.