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Michael asks…

Bearded dragon diet help?

How much food a day should I give my dragon based on a diet of rocket, locust and meal worms

weight loss cardiff answers:

Your diet is far too limited.

You should let him eat as much veggies as he can during the day and feed him live food for 30 minutes in the evening.

Please download and read this booklet we have written to help you house and feed your Beardie for a long and healthy life:

Richard asks…

martin luther speech “before the diet of the worms”?

what was his stance on false doctrines; what are some examples
what was his stance on irregular lives; what are some examples
what was his stance on scandalous examples; what are some examples

weight loss cardiff answers:

He was against false doctrines such as the sale of indulgences and purgatory.

He was against false doctrine such as the teaching that Church Councils and Popes were above the Scriptures because the Church Councils and Popes contradicted each other over and over again.

Large quotes of what Luther said are on the link below:

George asks…

Does A Worms Diet Effect The Soil It Enriches?

Im doing a project and thats my hypothesis and I just want to know the answer.I have red worms and im doing composting

weight loss cardiff answers:

A worm eats dead matter that would eventually clog up your garden. Worm casts contain so much goodness that they are sold as fertilizer.

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Nancy asks…

worms for bearded dragon diet?

i will be getting a jouvenile bd and was looking for a diet that consisted od worms and vegatables i would suppliment it with calcium powder. is this a good diet and what worms should i give him.

weight loss cardiff answers:

Worms are fine, if you feed the right kind of worms. Hornworms, silkworm, phoenix worms, butter worms are all a good staple feeder. However, most of those will be kind of costly to use as a staple because a juvie can eat 30-50 a day or more.

Mealworms have a hard exoskeleton that is hard to digest and they are also high in fat and low in protein so they are not a good feeder at all for your dragon.

Superworms are okay. Not the greatest but okay. Your dragon should be 15″ or bigger to eat the big ones, but Mulberry Farms sells micro and small supers that would work. They would be cheaper than the soft worms and way easier to take care of than, say, crickets. I would get some horns or silks or phoenixes every once in a while to mix it up, though.

Dust one worm feeding a day with the calcium supplement 5x a week. Once he’s fully grown, you can cut back to 2x a week.

He also needs a salad of a dark, leafy green (like collards) and some other healthy veggie (like squash) available every day.

Here is a good site to show which bugs and veggies you should feed your dragon (and which ones you shouldn’t!):

Please continue your research at to learn everything you need to know about taking care of your dragon!

Best of luck!

Robert asks…

what was the main result of the diet of the worms 1521 ?

weight loss cardiff answers:

The Diet of Worms 1521 (German: Reichstag zu Worms, [ˈʁaɪçstaːk tsuː ˈvɔɐms]) was a diet (a formal deliberative assembly, specifically an Imperial Diet) that took place in Worms, Germany, and is most memorable for the Edict of Worms (Wormser Edikt), which addressed Martin Luther and the effects of the Protestant Reformation. It was conducted from 28 January to 25 May 1521, with Emperor Charles V presiding.

The Edict of Worms was a decree issued on 25 May 1521 by Emperor Charles V, declaring:
For this reason we forbid anyone from this time forward to dare, either by words or by deeds, to receive, defend, sustain, or favor the said Martin Luther. On the contrary, we want him to be apprehended and punished as a notorious heretic, as he deserves, to be brought personally before us, or to be securely guarded until those who have captured him inform us, where upon we will order the appropriate manner of proceeding against the said Luther. Those who will help in his capture will be rewarded generously for their good work.
The Papal nuncio at the diet, Girolamo Aleandro, drew up and proposed the denunciations of Luther that were embodied in the Edict of Worms, promulgated on 25 May. The Edict declared Luther to be an obstinate heretic and banned the reading or possession of his writings.
It was the culmination of an ongoing struggle between Martin Luther and the Catholic Church over reform, especially in practice of donations for indulgences. However, there were other deeper issues that revolved around both theological concerns:
On a theological level, Luther had challenged the absolute authority of the Pope over the Church by maintaining that the doctrine of indulgences, as authorized and taught by the Pope, was wrong.
Luther maintained that salvation was by faith alone (sola fide) without reference to good works, alms, penance, or the Church’s sacraments.
He had also challenged the authority of the Church by maintaining that all doctrines and dogmata of the Church not found in Scripture should be discarded (sola scriptura).
To protect the authority of the Pope and the Church, as well as to maintain the doctrine of indulgences, ecclesiastical officials convinced Charles V that Luther was a threat and persuaded him to authorize his condemnation by the Holy Roman Empire. Luther escaped arrest and remained in seclusion at Wartburg castle for several years where he continued to write and translate the New Testament into German.
While the Edict was harsh, Charles was so preoccupied with political and military concerns elsewhere that it was never enforced. Eventually Luther was allowed to return to public life and became instrumental in laying the groundwork for the Protestant Reformation.

Jenny asks…

Any sort of Staple worm diet for Bearded Dragons?

Worms = Easy to Breed / reproduce = Free food for Toki = Save money = Yay

Just wondering if there are any sort of Worms I can switch out with crickets, or half and half of each. Runnin’ outta money here 😛

weight loss cardiff answers:

Straight diet of worms = sick bearded dragon. Beardies need assorted foods. Fruits, veggies, meats, greens, etc. You can’t feed it worms for the rest of it’s life. Beardies can eat:

•Crickets; pinhead crickets for juveniles
•Wax worms – high in fat, so feed sparingly
•King worms

•bok choy
•Swiss chard
•alfalfa pellets
•dandelion greens
•turnip greens
•mustard greens
•beet greens-only occasionally
•spinach-only occasionally
•NEVER iceberg lettuce

•green beans
•grated carrots
•sweet potato
•bell pepper
•frozen mixed vegetables

(seeds removed)
•bananas (with skin)

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