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Bearded dragon diet

These bugs could have parasites that could be passed on to your Beardie or they could have been exposed to poisons that could kill your Beardie. Alfalfa - called Lucerne in South Africa Turnip Greens Mustard Greens Collard Greens Watercress Dandelion - pesticide free Escarole Endive Occasionally mix in with the staple greens: Do NOT feed daily. Bok Choy (high in goitrogens) Chicory Clover Kale (high in goitrogens) Beet Greens (high in Oxalates and Phytates) Swiss Chard (high in Oxalates and Phytates) Rocket Cabbage (high in goitrogens) Carrot Tops (high in Oxalates and Phytates) Spinach (high in Oxalates and Phytates) Parsley leeks Herbs that can be fed: I personally mix them alternatively in per day. Any food with high amounts of vitamin A should be avoided as reptiles do not absorb a lot of vitamin A. Feeding your Beardie a lot foods such as Carrots will end up in a condition called Vitamin A toxicity which is deadly. List of recommended Vegetables Acorn Squash Bell Pepper Broccoli Butternut Squash Frozen Mixed Vegetables Grated Carrots Green Beans Okra Parsnips Peas Prickly pear Snow Peas Spaghetti Squash Squash Sweet Potato Yellow Squash Zucchini Here is a video of how you can get your dragon to LOVE veggies: http://reptile-parrots.com/forums/showthread.php?196-How-to-get-your-Dragon-to-Love-veggies-and-drink-water Fruits Fruits can also be used, just avoid any citrus fruit such as oranges and grape fruit. Proper hydration is very important in the health of a Beardie and is even more important to a sick Beardie. Any food with high amounts of vitamin A should be avoided, as reptiles do not absorb a lot of vitamin A.

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