I have 9 chameleons. 5 are one month old babies which I feed 2-3 times a day everyday. One is a male veiled Cham which is about 4 months old. I feed him once everyday. The remaining three are adults: a pair of Meru Dwarf Jackson's (the parents of the 5 babies) and a jacksonii female that is five months pregnant. Adults, I've read numerous times, should be fed every other day. My problem is that I have a VERY hard time not feeding them everyday. I feel like I'm starving them. I feel very guilty. What is the purpose/reasoning behind only feeding them every other day? Is it less healthy for them if I feed them half rations everyday? It's not so hard skipping a day here and there with both females as they often do not finish all of their food even when I only feed them five crickets a day. But I feel guilty not feeding my little Meru male at least half rations everyday. He's lean while the girls are ample. Bottom line: Is it less healthy to feed my adult chams half rations (usually 5 crickets and an occasional wax worm) everyday rather than 10-12 feeders every other day? Thanks!