You probably will! Omega One is the only fish food I know of that doesn't have fish meal as an ingredient. If you look on the label at the ingredients, the better fish foods won't have fish meal as their first ingredient. I think you will really like it, and your fish should go crazy for it. Which variety did you get? Color flakes, veggie flakes, african cichlid mix? Just curious ;Donelovie said:For my flake food, I usually use Tetra but on a whI'm today while fish food shopping, I picked up Omega One. Now I'm interested to see if it makes a difference!!!
Click on the Omega One link on my first post in this forum. It will explain on that site what fish meal is.0morrokh said:I use Wardley flakes, Tetra crisps, freeze-dried bloodworms, and catfish wafers, and some other brand of freeze-dried brine shrimp. I see what you mean about fish meal, Gunnie. What is it? Is it bad for your fish, or just not good for them? What is a better ingredient? Maybe I'll switch to Omega One.
Variety is very important to your fishies' diet, so "having so many" is actually a good thing. Even with having different brands of wafers is a good thing. The ingredients are probably different and just in the variation of ingredients is a little variety in itself. The Omega One wafers also have kelp in each wafer (they call them rounds), which is something I've never seen in any fish food before. They are also the greenest wafers on the market & the most expensive.J-Man said:I have Wardley flakes, Tetra freeze dried plankton, HikarI sinking wafers, Wardley Algae wafers and Wardley Freeze dried Bloodworms.
The only reason I have so many is that my HikarI wafers and plankton are running out so I bout some more food now I rotate them to give them a varied diet