Insect Menu Granules Size XXS 250ml/160g

Insect Menu Granules XXS 

Intended use 
Multi-ingredient food in the form of tiny sinking granules based on 3 insects: hermetia (15%), silkworm (15%) and mealworm (15%) for omnivorous and carnivorous fish.

Examples of fish
forktail blue-eye (Pseudomugil furcatus), Endler's livebearer (Poecilia wingei), chili rasboras (Boraras brigittae), cardinal tetra (Paracheirodon axelrodi), cherry barb (Puntius titteya), threadfin rainbowfish (Iriatherina werneri), neon tetra (Paracheirodon innesi), ember tetra (Hyphessobrycon amandae)

Benefits for your fish
• intensifies growth
• encourages to feed
• stimulates natural intestinal flora
• regulates digestion
• reduces metabolic waste in the aquarium

Size and form of food
Granules 0.5 mm

About the product
• multi-ingredient food in the form of tiny sinking granules based on 3 insects: hermetia (15%), silkworm (15%) and mealworm (15%) for omnivorous and carnivorous fish
• contains only highly-digestible insect protein, rich in amino acids, which are essential for fish
• high fat content, including Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids, is a source of energy for fish and supports their skin function
• insect protein stimulates the growth of probiotic lactic acid bacteria, which results in better digestion, faster growth and greater immunity of fish
• significant content of chitin from insects activates immune cells, supports natural intestinal bacterial flora and increases nutrient absorption
• regular use of this food accelerates growth, strengthens immunity, regulates digestion and reduces the amount of fish metabolic waste that pollutes the water
• optimal phosphorus level meets the needs of fish and reduces algal blooms
• the use of insects in Insect Menu food is not only a reference to the natural diet of fish, but it also has a lower impact on environmental resources: reduced water use and reduced energy consumption that results in a smaller carbon footprint
• contains no colorants or preservatives

Tropical tips
Granulated foods can be either floating or sinking. They are available in different sizes and should be chosen according to the size of the mouth opening of the fish we want to feed.
Bottom-dwelling fish can be fed with granules and sinking tablets or wafers – the latter are an ideal food for Loricariidae, whose mouth is equipped with a sucker and special teeth for rubbing the food off stones or roots.

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