Paste foods are a great way to supply high quality tropical fish food at a reasonable cost.
Below you will find a list of the 12 best freshwater fish foods. 12 is normally too many options for any one person to choose from, but we have broken it up by the different feeding and living zones of your tropical fish. This should make it easier to choose from one feeding zone or as we recommend it, choose a combination from multiple zones which help to meet the needs of all of your fish. We have included general information about the food and cover different aspects that will hopefully help you choose the best food for your situation. Lastly, we highlight advantages and disadvantages of each.
While all of your freshwater fish can eat the same food, each will have their advantages and disadvantages. If you plan to have a tank with freshwater fish that mostly feed from one zone; top, middle, or bottom, then you can pick one of the best freshwater and tropical fish foods listed below and stick with it. However, if you have a good mixture of top feeders, middle feeders, and bottom feeders, we recommend a combination of the foods listed. Using a combination ensures all of your fish get fed and there will be little waste, meaning less cleanup!
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In this section you will find articles about different types of tropical fish food and how to feed you fish in order to ensure optimal health. Correct feeding is also very important if you want to breed fish, since certain food types or an increased amount of food can trigger spawning in many species. If you are a beginner fish keeper we recommend some of the introductory articles that describe the different types of available fish foods and how to feed your fish. You can also go to the articles library and look up your specific species in order to find more detailed information about their requirements and ideal diet. You will also find such information in the species database."Almost Natural Tropical Fish Foods" are offered by a true-blue tropical fish hobbyist for the other tropical fish hobbyists out there in the world who would rather go the extra mile and feed their fish a top quality tropical fish flake. This tropical fish food is hobbyist to hobbyists driven. One hobbyist helping other hobbyists. After looking at the ingredients and then the prices, you will see that it is being sold at extremely reasonable prices to you, the hobbyist.This section of the articles library do not only include feeding guidelines and different opinions regarding fish food, but also has a lot of articles about how to raise live food for your fish by cultivating Brine shrimp, Daphnia, Fruit flies, Vinegar eels, microworms etcetera. You can also create your own tropical fish food for herbivore species from vegetables. A high quality flake or pellet food is a good base for many tropical fish species that except non-live food and that base can then be supplemented with your home-grown treats to ensure a varied and well balanced diet. If you do not want to grow your own food, most fish stores will sell frozen meaty foods that you can store in your freezer. For the many reasons that were explained to me, in the information contained herein, I will not try to convince you why I feel "Almost Natural Tropical Fish Food" tropical fish flakes and pellets are some of the best available. I will not attempt to convince you to purchase "Almost Natural Tropical Fish Food" versus tropical fish foods offered by another person and/or company. I will not try to convince you to assume my personal feelings about tropical fish foods that are made mostly with fish meal, soy meal, shrimp meal, this meal, that meal plus numerous other types of fillers. I will not attempt to downplay or downgrade any other person's and/or company's tropical fish flakes.