There are many causes of stress in an aquarium environment. Most often this takes place when you first introduce a new fish into you tank. The usual result is a lack of appetite, which can be deadly. Lack of on-going, consistent nourishment can quickly lead to disease or other health problems. First Flake has been carefully formulated to satisfy all of the needs of both fresh and saltwater tropical fish and offers the added benefit of super charged attractibility. This comes in the form of fresh marine fat, and lots of it. First Flake should always the very FIRST food you feed a fish that is new to your aquarium or a fish that is stressed in any way. It is also excellent as a growth food as well as a once-a-day treat food.
Ah, another fine product from Omega One. These flakes are all a uniform pink color, are rich and oily with a delicious smell (if you happen to be a fish!) I would recommend these flakes to anyone. They do seem a little fatty so maybe not as a staple flake - but a fine treat and enticer food! My only complaint (and it is negligible) is that I could not find this in a smaller size at www.thatfishplace.com so I bought an enormous size. That may not be the company's fault, of course! I ended up sharing the container with two other aquarists so it was all good. I now keep some in a tupperware bowl in the fridge and feed it about four times a week to both cichlid and community tanks.
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