Been wondering this lately... a lot of people say to ease up on superworms, waxworks, etc due to their high fat content. Why is this though? It is a longstanding myth that eating fat makes you fat. Fat calories are some of the most useful, the only thing that I can see is that it's easy to go overboard on calories fast and lead to obesity. This could be a concern for a lazy adult reptile for sure. Wouldn't growing juevenile benefit though? The protein from crickets and roaches is certainly beneficial, but shouldn't some high fat foods have a place as well? Often hear people compare fatty bugs to different snacks that are bad for us because of the sugar content and artificial/processed BS, not because they contain fat. Wouldn't worms be more like peanut butter(high fat, some protein), which is nutritious? Am I missing something, maybe fats are hard to digest for chameleons for whatever reason?