Bearded dragons are omnivorous and thrive on a diet of insects with a supplement of leafy greens and fruits such as apples, blueberries, cantaloupe, papaya and mango. Fruits are a wonderful treat for bearded dragons but ... More »

Dragon fruit (pitaya or pitayaha) is an ovoid cactus fruit with a typically pink outer skin characterized by green- or yellow-tipped scale-like appendages. Some varieties may vary in their outer color, such as the yellow... More »

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Chinese water dragons are omnivorous, but the bulk of their diet should consist of live crickets, mealworms, earthworms, locusts, grasshoppers and feeder fish. Shredded vegetables and small chunks of fruit can make up 10... More »

It is acceptable to feed bearded dragons broccoli because the bulk of their diet consists of leafy vegetables, non-citrus fruits and occasional insects. An excessive amount of broccoli can be harmful to the bearded drago... More »

Grapes, apples, berries, pineapple, papaya, mango, apricots, cantaloupe and citrus fruits are the best fruit choices for a type 2 diabetic, according to Everyday Health. The high antioxidant levels of these fruits provid... More »

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Chinese water dragons are omnivorous, but the bulk of their diet should consist of live crickets, mealworms, earthworms, locusts, grasshoppers and feeder fish. Shredded vegetables and small chunks of fruit can make up 10... More »

Feeding live crickets to bearded dragons is popular, but they do not have to eat live crickets as part of their regular diet. Crickets have high amounts of parasites in their system. Feeding too many crickets to a bearde... More »