In the condition that the fish feeds on balanced extruded feed, provided that there is sufficient supply of oxygen in the aquatic environment of the pool, the possibility of storing energy in the form of fat is minimized, which means that the fish’s metabolic system goes towards the production of tissue and meat, not towards the storage of visceral and possibly liver fat. Because in this process, the food is well cooked, the microbial count and its possible contamination are reduced to the minimum possible, and this factor causes the diameter of the intestinal wall to become thinner and the possibility of absorbing food through greater penetration in the intestinal wall increases.

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