Peas if you Please

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Peas are very nutritional for goldfish and humans alike. They are a rich source of vitamins and minerals, and encourage good digestion being high in roughage. Feed a variety of veggies to your fish, and be sure to include peas in their diet. Most goldfish love them

Nutritional value of green peas if you please

Potassium – 434 mg
Phosphorus – 187 mg
Magnesium – 62 mg
Calcium – 43 mg
Sodium – 5 mg
Selenium – 3.0 mg
Iron – 2.46 mg
Zinc – 1.9 mg
Manganese – 0.84 mg
Copper – 0.277 mg

Also contains small amounts of other minerals in peas if you please

Vitamin A – 1282 IU
Vitamin C – 22.7 mg
Niacin – 3.234 mg
Folate – 101 mcg
Vitamin B1 (thiamine) – 0.414 mg
Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) – 0.238 mg
Vitamin B6 – 0.346 mg
Pantothenic Acid – 0.245 mg
Vitamin K – 41.4 mcg
Vitamin E – 0.22 mg

One cup of boiled peas with no salt added contains 8.58 grams of protein, 134 calories and 8.8 grams of fiber

Feed frozen peas with no additives. Soak in hot water until soft
Remove the shells, and pinch each pea with a fingertip to make sure it’s not too hard

Cook enough peas if you please to feed for several days at a time for convenience sake, and store in the fridge for five days maximum

PeasĀ for goldfish

Marinate de-shelled peas in garlic water for 24 hrs. Feed as a tonic or treatment for bad bacteria or parasite infection Garlic Remedy

Peas prevent constipation, but make no mistake, peas will not clear an impacted tract. If your fish is constipated, here’s a safe and effective treatment
Float Remedy

Feeding peas to goldfish

Feeding less more often, and feeding a variety is the key to a healthy digestive tract. If your fish develops floating issues due to constipation; read about digestive issues Digestive Disorders

Prepare several feedings in advance for convenience, and keep peas refrigerated; dispose after five days

peas if you please
Peas if you please

For treatment for bad bacteria in the tract or internal parasites, feed nothing but peas marinated in garlic for five to ten days

Feeding goldfish

Author: Brenda Rand