Here are the replacement parts for Hikari® Spirulina Fish Food.
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Many of these products are not available in N.A.(or at least not common) so few of us on this side of the ocean will be personally familiar with most of these products. IMO a higher amount of spirulina should generally be seen as something preferable; not something to try and avoid. It could be seen as a sign of quality....as a posed to many other ingredinets that are put in fish food. Having an actual % breakdown of its ingredients and looking at it, I would think that JBL is at least decent feed, if not exceptional.
Feeding goldfish with homemadr spirulina gel food
Spirulina 20 Fish Food Flake,
Spirulina is one of the most concentrated natural sources of nutrition known for both terrestrial and aquatic animals. Early interest in Spirulina focused mainly on its potential as a source of protein and vitamins. Spirulina is 60-70% protein by weight and is the richest source of Vitamin B-12 and Beta carotene (twenty times that of carrots) and is also loaded with essential fatty acids and minerals. Today, there are several commercial companies in the U.S., China, and India culturing Spirulina primarily as a food supplement for the health food markets. More recently, there has been new interest concerning the therapeutic effects of Spirulina as a "probiotic" or booster for the immune response system in animals and fish.The nutrients in spirulina are necessary for the diets of humans as much as fish. History shows the Aztecs harvested spirulina as a food source up until the 16th century. They knew it helped to keep them healthy and strong, plus they had a convenient lake to grow it in.Do you have an aquarium full of veggie eaters? If so, they will benefit from the great nutrients in , and you could, too! But why should you buy spirulina fish food? And what is spirulina anyway?The bottom line is: Spirulina is a good food for most types of fish, and you should look to be sure the food you feed to your fish contains spirulina.