OK so I having a bit of trouble ensuring my 3 Cacatuoides get a good varied diet without the neon / back skirt and black neon tetras becoming obese! At the moment I have a fairly regular schedule of 2 feeds daily alternating between a couple of pinches of Aquarian flake and NLS Cilchlid pellets one day and two feeds of live daphnia or grindal worms the next. However all I seem to be achieving is some very fat tetras as they devour most of the food in seconds. I also throw in a hikari algae wafer once a week in pieces which they all go crazy over and some frozen bloodworm or tubifex once a week. Do you think I should cut down on the live food and feed more of the flake / pellets? Any tips on making sure they all get a share? I've heard some people fill the tetras up on flake before dropping in the live food but I could literally feed 10 minutes of flake and the tetras would still attack the daphnia or worms even to the point they can't swallow them and have horrible lumpy stomachs! Any ideas?