Blood worms are premium fish food processed by the new freezing technique to get rid of wetness and preserve the complete original flavour and nutrition of the live blood worms. To reinforce natural fish color, blood worms are recommended for use as an everyday dietary food supplement. Wonderful for all sorts of tropical fish, Gold fish and marine fish.
Bloodworms enhance growth rates in fish. It acts as a dietary supplement to your regular feeding regimen. It can also serve as a main dietary food providing excellent color.
Guidelines: The feed should be given two to four times daily, do not over feed. If possible, remove the uneaten food once the feeding period is over.
Fish need a continual supply of amino acids for growth and maintenance. Marine fish nutrition comes from essential amino acids found primarily in high-protein ingredients such as fish and shrimp meal. If dietary protein is too low, growth slows and fish begin extracting protein from their own tissues.
This product contains 100% Natural fish meal, wheat flour, brewer?s yeast, Ca-Caseinate, gammarus, whole egg powder, cod liver oil, spirulina algae meal, alfalfa, mussel meal, sea algae meal, parsley, paprika, spinach meal, garlic and carrots. This ensures that your fish eat a healthy, AquaDelicious meal.
High Nutrition density to guarantee you of less water and cleaner water
- No added Hormones!
- Easy to Digest
For best results, feed your pets exclusively on AquaDeli? Products.
What to know about feeding aquarium fish
In nature, fish eat whenever they are hungry and the food is available. If food sources are plentiful, they will eat several times a day. On the other hand, if food sources are scarce, they might go for days between meals. For this reason, fish are very opportunistic and will eat whenever they have a chance.
Regardless of one or two feedings, the key is to keep each feeding very small. Do Not overfeed your fish. Whenever in doubt, the best practice is to underfeed your fish. There are a lot of health concerns related to overfeeding your fish.