Originally Posted by vilmarisv
This is what I DONT understand...
I hear that frozen foods are so much better than freeze dried but I was looking for "high protein" to feed my fish and went straight to the frozen food section (of the pet store LOL) and read the label (I'm a label reader) and the protein content in the frozen bloodworms was min 30% whereas the freeze dried blood worms was min 50%.
Sooooo... should I disregard the labels and feed frozen bloodworms? Or stick with the freeze dried?
My LPS has NO female guppies for me to breed and feed the fry to my bettas. Ugh!
It is SO friggin' confusing with all the conflicting advice!!! For example, over at BettySplendens, she says:
"Adult bettas kept as pets can be kept quite well on freeze-dried foods such as bloodworms (larvae of the mosquito-like insect Chironomidae), brine shrimp, and betta pellets."
Which is why I purchased the freeze-dried blood worms in the first place!!! Yet, on this site there are those that say the freeze-dried foods (blood worms included) are no good and will cause constipation & bloat!
How is a person to know what is the best way to go???? Grrrrr............