whole fish or fish meal: Carnivore foods often contain pieces of whole fish in pellet or flake form, or in whole form, such as brine shrimp. These fish pieces are a natural source of nutrition for carnivores and an easy way to provide dietary protein. Whole fish or cuttings are also turned into a powdered form called fish meal, which is a rich source of protein and Omega-3 and -6 fatty acids. EXAMPLE: Tetra Jumbo Krill.
biotin: Biotin is a water-soluble B-complex vitamin that helps metabolize fats and amino acids. It is added to fish food to help bolster fish metabolism and reduce waste. EXAMPLE: TetraMin Tropical Flakes.
spirulina: Spirulina, a blue-green algae, is added to fish food, particularly herbivore foods, to increase the vegetable content. It is full of protein, amino acids, and Vitamin B12. It also has high levels of carotene to help improve coloration.
garlic: Garlic has properties that repel ich and parasites in fish. It is also an antibacterial and antifungal supplement. Garlic also helps stimulate appetite and enhance general fish health. EXAMPLE: Ocean Nutrition Formula Two.