Tropical Discus Gran wild Granules Fish Food
- slowly sinking granules
- multi-ingredient food
- The delicate structure of the granulate, which under the influence of water quickly softens, makes the fish from the harvest willingly accept it.
TROPICAL DISCUS GRAN WILD is a multi-ingredient food in the form of slowly sinking granules with the addition of algae, krill and fruit. Intended for everyday feeding of wild discus and other demanding species of fish obtained from their natural environment. The delicate structure of the granulate, which under the influence of water quickly softens, makes the fish from the harvest willingly accept it. The diet consists of algae: spirulina (Arthrospira platensis), chlorella (Chlorella vulgaris) and Ascophyllum nodosum and Laminaria digitata, referred to as kelp algae. The unsaturated fatty acids, protein (rich in essential amino acids) and vitamins, as well as micro and macroelements from kelp algae (including iodine, chromium, selenium and iron) in spirulina and chlorella provide fish with excellent condition, intensive growth and vitality. Large proportion of ingredients of vegetable origin, including algae and fruit, reflects the diet of discus in their natural environment. Fish regularly fed with granules TROPICAL DISCUS GRAN WILD receive a large dose of chlorophyll – a green pigment whose concentrated sources are spirulina and chlorella. Chlorophyll limits the development of unwanted bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract, preventing inflammation, and together with zeolite promotes the excretion of toxins from fish organisms. The immune system of fish in the fight against pathogens is supported by active substances of garlic and spirulina. Carotenoids, derived from, among others, krill and red peppers, and the addition of astaxanthin maintain the natural colors of the fish, preventing them from fading. Due to its food-strengthening properties, it is recommended for feeding fish during quarantine, acclimatization and convalescence. FEEDING: