Originally Posted by sokhamik
Bob Fenner said on his site that most anemones die due to overfeeding
I don't mean to harp, but you should really take that to heart. Many anemones become over stressed from too much feeding. I think it's great that you are not having this problem but I would urge caution in advising others to feed their anemones in the same fashion.
Anemones go through alot of stress when fed too much as they must use much of their stored energies to digest and then expell the wastes that solid foods often induce. It can sometimes be the "straw" that throws them over the edge.
When feeding a tank for fish, the secondary feedings can often be all that is needed. In lightly stocked tanks, intervention on the reefkeepers part may be necessary but feedings should be light, infrequent and very small portion sizes.