Yup Vers covered all this in my Novel of bearded dragons lmao. But Just so you know? Some of the foods you listed are high in oxalates which are bad also (oxalates bind calcium). It's really super hard to balance a diet I know. You forgot herbs like parsley, Rosemary, Basil, cilantro! Those in moderation are awesome and the best staple fruit I have found is by far papaya. Good staple veggies are Spaghetti Squash, alfalfa, and wheat grass (its basically organic wheat seed at 2 inches tall) and I do agree with the cactus, dandelion (the yellow flower is also edible), grasses - only adding grape leaves to that). Other things they can eat flowering are lemon grass, Maple leaves, Dahlia pedals, and mint leaves. - side note...Because of the cellulose in any green..they will absorb and hold more pesticide then other veggies with a harder outer shell (like squash). If possibly grow your own or spend the extra and get organic. I learned this the hard way with a rescue. I always use caution with Turnip greens and multivitamins because of the possibility of Vit A poisoning. With veggies, they can excrete the excess but with suppliments its harder for them to excrete. You can achieve a good balance by feeding a variety of things to any bearded dragon. In a way though Vers I think its rather funny that people like me go to such lengths because in the wild I am sure they don't care if something is good or bad. They eat what they like and don't eat what they don't like. I grow a lot of what they eat (humorously using roach poo for fertilizer...recycling at its finest!) Some great ideas? If you buy carrots or celery..get them with the leaves on top! The dragons will gladly eat the greens. Just remember to wash them really well. Get strawberries? Give them the leaves! Same thing *and a tiny bit of strawberry won't kill em either). The things that are absolutely OFF LIMITS to a bearded dragon are: 1. fireflies of ANY type 2. Avocados 3. Lettuce (has no nutritional value, will only give your dragon the runs!) 4. Rhubarb 5. Wild caught insects And note no one has mentioned Spinach? Well Spinach is nutritious..it is extremely high in Vit A, contains high amounts of both goitrogens and oxalates.