So I've always been a pellet fan. I used to use Hikari pellets about a year ago. But because the food was old this time around when I had bettas again, I wanted to replace it.
So I ended up with Aquarian betta pellets. But not only are the a little too big; I think that they just aren't very "good." The first ingredient is wheat. For reference, here is the analysis: http://www.petsmart.com/product/inde...ductId=2753114
I really wanted to try the new life spectrum stuff, but no one in my area carries the betta food, and of the ones that carry any of that brand there are only a few. I did find a NLS "community fish food," which I realize is not designed for bettas, but after looking at the analysis still seems better than the aquarian type. And, krill and fish meal are the first two ingredients. Here: http://www.jlaquatics.com/product/fd...+300+Gram.html
So I guess what I'm asking for are opinions on whether it's still better to use a much better brand of food (NLS in this case) even though it's not designed for bettas; and when the food I have that IS designed for bettas seems like it's not suited to their dietary needs.
What would you guys do in my shoes?