Thanks to their delicate texture, the granules soften quickly in water and hence are eagerly accepted by wild-caught fish. They contain the following algae: spirulina (Arthrospira platensis), chlorella (Chlorella vulgaris) and Ascophyllum nodosum and Laminaria digitata, referred to as kelp algae. Unsaturated fatty acids, protein (rich in essential amino acids) and vitamins from spirulina and chlorella, together with macronutrients and trace elements from kelp algae (including iodine, chromium, selenium and iron) ensure excellent condition, intensive growth and vitality in fish. Great share of ingredients of vegetable origin, including algae and fruit, resembles the diet of wild discus. By regular feeding with TROPICAL DISCUS GRAN WILD you provide your fish with high-dose chlorophyll – green pigment coming from chlorella and spirulina, which are a concentrated source of chlorophyll. Chlorophyll inhibits the development of unwanted bacteria in alimentary tract, preventing infections and together with zeolite enhances the release of toxins from fish’s bodies. Active substances of garlic and spirulina enhance the immune system, helping the fish to fight pathogens. Carotenoids, from krill and red pepper among other sources, and the addition of astaxanthin, maintain natural coloration of fish and prevent fading. Due to its strengthening properties this food is recommended in feeding fish undergoing quarantine or convalescence and new fish which are getting used to new living conditions.