Bearded dragons are omnivores and they do not very particular about their foo. Bearded dragons can eat insects, vegetables and fruit. However, you should provide them diets that include a wide variety of food.
In order to feed them with diversity in diet, you should research what can a bearded dragon eat and not eat.
There is a huge variety of vegetables, fruits, and live food that you can feed your bearded dragons. But there are also some foods that you should only feed them rarely or do not feed.
Bearded dragon food list
#1 Live insects
Staples insects that you can feed bearded dragons unhesitatingly: cricket, locusts, dubia roaches, cockroaches, king worms, wax worms, butter worms, silkworms, etc.
Insects that you should not too feed them too often: mealworms, zoophobic, wax moth larvae, super worms.
Staple vegetables and greens should be feed often: Radish green, pumpkin, carrots, zucchini, chicory, romaine, peas, green beans, sweet potato, clover, collards, kale, collards, mustard greens, parsley, etc.
Vegetables bearded dragons can eat occasionally: Lamb lettuce, broccoli, chines cabbage, cucumber, kohlrabi leaves, fennel leaves, sprouts, tomatoes, sprouts, starfruit, etc.
Fruits that bearded dragons can eat: Apple, mango, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, pear, papaya, melon, etc.
Harmful food for bearded dragons
What can bearded dragons not eat? You need to be careful and make sure that bearded dragons not to be fed the foods that unsafe for their health.
Fireflies: Fireflies are toxic and can kill your bearded dragons if you are feeding them fireflies.
Wild insects: It is a risk that the wild insects will carry parasites and pesticides that extremely harm bearded dragons.
Lettuce. The reason that your bearded dragons should not eat lettuce that because there is not any nutritional value contained in lettuce.
Spinach and beet tops and rhubarb: These vegetables contain chemicals that harm your pets or even can be deadly poisonous for them.
Kiwi: some types of soft fruit like kiwi contain a high level of sugar and can ferment that not goof for bearded dragon’s teeth.
Avocados: Never feeding avocados for bearded dragons due to its high amount of oxalic acid, which can cause death for dragons.
Note: Besides the best diet, you should also choose the best bearded dragon substrate, which does not affect the digestive system so much when it is eaten.