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Old 04-24-2013, 05:24 PM   #1 
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Frozen Cyclop-Eeze

http://www.cyclop-eeze.com/product_info.php

Has anyone tried feeding this stuff to their bettas being conditioned for breeding or better yet, their fry?

I'm curious to know what it would do for a betta's growth and coloring.

On the site, it says it benefits the following:

Light perception
Vitamin A activity
Electron acceptor
Stabilization of proteins/membranes
Stabilization of Chitin
Pigment transfer
Reproduction
Chemoreception
Reduction of Cholesterol
Intracellular oxygen supply
Growth enhancement
Dramatic Reduction in pathological disease
Considerable improvement in Reproduction
Significant increase in egg clutch size
Dramatic enhancement of egg quality
En-hancement of Feed Conversion Ratio--(FCR) and therefore more rapid growth.
Enhanced larval, juvenile, adult survival
Improved hatchability of fertilized eggs
Supports carotenoid color enhancement
Activates digestive enzymes (lipases) earlier
Increases Sphingomyelin synthesis (nerves)
Supports and enhancesvisual acuity EPA/DHA/AA essential to Salmonids, marine Coldwater fishes no capacity for chain elongation and desaturation beyond 18:3w3
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Old 04-24-2013, 08:25 PM   #2 
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Thought I'd also post a Nutrient Analysis of this product as well.


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Old 04-27-2013, 11:13 AM   #3 
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Well, if anybody decides to try this stuff, post your results here!
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I found a site where some users commented on it. More could not get their fish to try it, tho most of those had fish that were used to only live foods. Possibly if someone belongs to an aquarium club they could break a container up to many small portions for all to try as the sold portions are to much for someone with a few fish, particularly if your fish won't eat it.
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Also, I see they have a few products. Which would be the best to try? And then one that is available in a smaller quantity. Anyone care to give a look?
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