Ocean Nutrition F1 Frozen

Discussion in 'Fish Food Reviews' started by Nanologist, Jul 30, 2017.

  1. NanologistWell Known MemberMember

    Anyone using this or recommend it?

    I wanted to get something highly beneficial to both my new dottyback in the nano fowlr and also my Betta in his 3.5g and the 35g community freshwater adoption tank I got a couple days ago.
    It does say pseudochromis on the back so I know that's good.
  2. anarchyValued MemberMember

    Never tried it. I make my own frozen food
  3. NanologistWell Known MemberMember

    I was about to but I already do so much cooking on a daily basis that $10 every 6-9 months for all my fish isn't bad because they get so many other foods besides this. Like straight mysis, brine, blood worms and such. This is just supplementary I was hoping.
  4. anarchyValued MemberMember

    None of mine gets cooked just get table shrimp,clams, garlic cloves, fresh hatched brine, frozen my sis and a sheet of nori. Throw it all in the blender. Once it's blended then I just flatten it out in a gallon zip lock bag. I only feed that and supplement with pellets
  5. bopsalotWell Known MemberMember

    That looks fine. However, it looks like it's mostly water, and not super high in any nutrients. May not be the best value. But fine for supplementation, I would think.
  6. NanologistWell Known MemberMember

    That's actually one of the largest reasons I was second guessing the food but then I remembered vitamin retention from supplements is horrible unless there's a binder to keep it in their system long enough. It's like how vitamins don't work for people either unless there's already a binding agent for our bodies absorb it. Otherwise it just becomes waste. At least they're getting some form of supplements and it's #1 ingredient is mysis.

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