I don't want to be one to fill this forum with silly questions but I'm genuniely curious about this. I've heard about feeding fish 1 - 3 times a day. Since I've started I would always just feed mine once in the morning. I was always worried about obese fish since I had an obese danio once. Now I'm starting to think I should be feeding twice a day though. I have a female Platy that hasn't grown much at all in the two and a half months I've had her. She's still only 1.5in at most. I've never seen a Platy stay so small. It likely has to do with the fact that she wasn't crazy about the flake food and really only wanted freeze dried blood worms which I know is really bad. I've recently switched to a granule/pellet type food that she loves. I also purchased frozen brine shrimp to feed maybe every other day. The other thing is that there is a female baby betta in the tank now. Before anyone freaks out, the betta isn't agressive at all and they get a long fine. I know the betta should be fed a good amount to grow to full size so is twice a day more appropriate? It may not make a huge difference and this may be a bit of a dumb question to ask but I just want to have healthy fish. The platy is very active, full of personality, etc, just very small and I'm not sure if the growth was just stunted or not. So basically I want to feed them twice a day but I'm a little concerned about having it be too much and cause weight problems. Such a small thing to worry about but I thought I'd ask for an opinion.