Omega one vs New Life Spectrum
Which of these foods is better? I have an opportunity to get both of them on sale.
NLS, if price isn't an issue. But Omega One is a solid brand as well.
+1 to 850R,
Don't just feed your fish solely NLS or omega, mix it up for them, get them live food once a week if you can, get fresh veggies once a week too depending on your stock
My therapist says I need a bigger tank . . . . .
The only food worth feeding is NLS. Anything else is just awful.
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Both are good quality foods made from good ingredients. The only bad thing is that Omega One uses fishmeal that contains the preservative ethoxyquin, about which there is a lot of debate on how it has negative health effects on pets. Very few brands of fish food do not use it in fact.
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Agree with a bit of variety. Their lives are boring enough.
Moved this thread to where it belongs.
Last edited by Lady Hobbs; 07-30-2012 at 04:05 PM.
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