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Those are, of course, the external factors. Is there any "internal" way such as providing the fish with special care or foods such as bloodworms, shrimps, etc. that would have a huge impact on enhancing their color?

You are right about the foods that the fish eat, remember to replace the flake and dry foods every six months since they go rancid and stale, and feed a wide varitiy of them. Check the ingredients and pick out the foods with more wholesome ingredients. Add your blood worms, brine shrimp, shrimp, veggies and anything else they may eat in the wild and you will have happy fishies, and oh yes make sure you do the water changes, This is a big one for happy fishies.
 

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Frozen is my favorite, I find that the dried does not get eaten as well. You do not have to feed all of this every day, make sure you do not over feed.

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