Soft Line America M is a soft sinking food for omnivorous and carnivorous North and South American fish
One of the most frequently reproduced biotopes of South America are black waters, where such popular fish as angelfish, discus, cichlids and neon are found. Black waters are characterized by low pH and hardness as well as a brown-yellow color resulting from the presence of tannins and humic acids. In clear waters, where the pH and hardness are also quite low, but there is no water coloration, you can find, among others, discus, cichlids, earthen, armored fish, cuirass and many species of tetras. On the other hand, the waters of Central America are inhabited by, inter alia, oviparous fish. This is where the ancestors of the popular breeding forms of guppies, mollies, gladioli and petals come from.
Innovative granulated foods for aquarium fish from the Soft Line are eagerly eaten and more easily absorbed by the fish. Due to the high hydrostability of these foods, they retain their shape in water and their swelling is kept to a minimum. The high hydrostability of the food limits the transfer of nutrients to the aquarium water and does not cause its turbidity.
The granules include herring, the protein of which has an excellent amino acid profile, crustaceans rich in unsaturated fatty acids and chitin, several species of algae and Hermetia illucens insect larvaeproviding a large dose of energy. In addition, Soft Line granules increase the resistance of fish thanks to ingredients such as a natural immunostimulant - beta-glucan, garlic, prebiotics from algae and vitamin C. Soft Line foods also include an interesting planktonic crustacean kalanus ( Calanus finmarchicus ). It is a source of astaxanthin, a protein rich in exogenous amino acids and unsaturated fatty acids, including omega-3. Soft Line food, thanks to its soft texture and the richness of the ingredients used, allow you to nourish the fish in a natural way, while providing the aquarist with the comfort of feeding.
- a soft, sinking food for omnivorous and carnivorous fish from North and South America
- it consists of herring and insects that provide high-quality protein and fatty acids Omega-3, Omega-6 and Omega-9
- intensifies the color of fish thanks to the high content of carotenoids from krill, kalanus and red pepper
- addition of garlic and beta-glucan strengthens the immunity of fish
- fiber (including fruit) and chitin from crustaceans regulate digestion