I recently decided that I'd like to try to switch my hedgie off the mix that he's on, or at least add a couple of better quality foods (I bought the mix I have from the breeder and I'm not all that impressed with the ingredients of the foods that are in it). I started looking at different information trying to figure out the best foods to add to the mix, and came across some opinions that too many high quality foods in a mix can cause FLD rather quickly. I'd like to try a few of the different foods on the list that Reaper put together, and I'm planning on adding at least one of them. My question, though, is: how much high quality is too much? Most of the information I've read says to try mixing at least two high quality and some "junk food" type food. Would having 3 or 4 of the foods on the list mixed together be okay since they have lower fat content, or would the fact that there would be so much meat involved make FLD more likely? I guess what I'm asking is: is it better to have 2 or 3 high quality foods that have great meat ingredients with a few different lower quality foods to go along, or would just using a mix of a few different high quality foods be an okay way to go?