Ok... What exactly is "the diet"? 😊Just be aware that you will have to have her on the "diet" by the time she reaches sexual maturity/receptive colors and control the temperature to prevent her from laying huge clutches and developing MBD, follicular stasis, dystocia, etc. If you need information about the diet, etc, let us know.
So far I have had her on a rotation/mixture of : dubai roaches, superworms, soldier fly larvae, as her staple and wax worms & crickets as a treat. Now that she is a bit older her appetite is about 4 staple & maybe a couple treat...depending if she comes to let me know (she has Me trained & when she wants food she is at the screen door staring me down & its usually late morning. I made a dripper & she will go to the top of her branch staring at the leaf the water drips from LoL) but she appears to have moved herself to an every-other-day feeding schedule.
Also, her temp stays at 82 at the top of her branch, 79-80 in her preferred mid range & 78 at her lowest perch spot. She does not seem to appreciate me if I allow her mid level temp to exceed 80 however. Her enclosure is screen w/plexi glass that I remove to give 100% fresh air