A few weeks ago i thought of a crafty way to increase the nutiritonal content of a few feeders, here's what i did. I bought some organic apple/sweetpotato sauce (ingredients: organic apples, orgainc sweetpoatatoes, water) mixed in a little bit of gutload and calcium powder. I then dipped about two thirds of a hornworm--the exception being the head-- into the mixture. The mixture was very pasty and stuck very well to the worm, though he was mostly immobile....obviously. I then presented the worm to my chameleon on a spoon. He quickly devoured it, leaving no trace of the residue behind. Within a couple of days i was able to spoon feed the sauce to him without the worm. I was wondering what you guys thought of this method, or if their were any reason i should discontinue using it--i feed him the mixture twice a week. I figured the added moisture and natural vitamins could only help, but i have been wrong before.