Might not be the best. If it's temporary or they won't eat anything else it's okay I guess. Not the best for nutrition. Need a more balanced diet.
You can bloat the fish very fast, some fish are heavy carnivores such as the Neolamprologus Similis. I feed Baby brine, brine, bloodworms, daphnia, and shrimp pellets (heavy shrimp meal) for one fish I would use freeze dried bloodworms or brine shrimp
Frozen food is more of a treat for the fish 1 to 3 times a week. Most of us mix it up between different foods
It is important to offer a variety, as there have not be detailed studies done on exactly what nutriants your fish needs, or exactly what nutriants are in a certain item.
People also say that frozen foods are a treat. when in reality fozen foods are probably much healthier then the grain based fish meal loaded flakes and pellets. especially for carnivores like bettas.That was sort of my point. Yet so many folks believe frozen foods daily are a bad thing, despite an otherwise varied diet?
I totally agree. That's a really good way to put it.I look at it like this: Would it be healthy for us to eat just ONE type of food every single day never deviating? Just eat chicken? Hamburg? Fish? Is that healthy for ANY animal? Are they going to get all the different nutrients they require to be healthy?
Personally I feed most of my fish BugBites, live Brine Shrimp, live Mosquito Larvae, frozen Blood Worms and live Daphnia. That's their weekly diet. Obviously some of my other fish get veggies or snails, etc., depending on the type of fish, but that's what all my Tetras, Bettas, Cichlids, Rams, Plecos, Corys, etc., are fed.