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New Limited Edition Easter Mickey & Minnie Mouse Fruit Crisp

Try Our New Limited Edition Easter Products Available in Mickey Mouse Apple and Minnie Mouse Strawberry! It comes in a variety of pack sizes which can be found here! Follow us on social media for Easter Giveaways! Twitter: @BAN_NEWS   Instagram: BrothersAllNatural   Facebook: BrothersAllNatural  Read More »

Where to Store Your Groceries

Tired of tossing wilted and suspicious produce that has somehow managed to squeeze into the deepest, darkest corners of your fridge? The great folks at BuzzFeed put together this handy chart to help remind all of us how to store our perishables. Of course, you know that Brothers All Natural Freeze Dried Fruit Snacks don’t take up room in the ... Read More »

Let’s get real about eating clean.

Eating Clean is more than dieting. It's an ongoing set of active decisions to have a better relationship with your food.

Eating clean really is about lifestyle. You probably saw our recent post recapping an article that UK chef Gizzi Erskine did talking about her battle against food “gurus.” We’re not entirely on the same page as Gizzi – but we did think it merited talking about.   Clean eating has a different definition for everyone. For us, it’s about whole, ... Read More »

Historical Dietary Guidelines

Pike Place Market very long display of fruits and vegetables

Last week, the United States Department of Agriculture announced the launch of it’s new Historical Dietary Guideline Digital Collection. Being the history buffs that we are, we decided to take a look at some of the recommendations about diet that had been made historically. We probably shouldn’t have been surprised to find a few interesting tidbits – but we got ... Read More »

Choose My Plate.Gov – Fruits & Veggies

ChooseMyPlate.gov video contest second place winner - how to eat more fruits and vegetables without going broke.

Brothers All Natural is a proud partner of ChooseMyPlate.gov, a website dedicated to helping you and your family get more healthy fruits and vegetables in your daily diet. Recently, ChooseMyPlate.gov ran a contest to see who could come up with great ways to eat more fruits and veggies without straining the family budget. Here’s the winner of that video contest: ... Read More »

Back to School Healthy Eating Habits Start Young

Healthy Habits start at a young age - use these tips to teach healthy eating habits at home

We are all well aware that the new school year is right around the corner. No matter what age they are, it’s a great time to start thinking about building some new healthy eating habits. Perhaps it goes without saying that they younger they are, the easier it will be to build those habits!    According to the USDA, most ... Read More »

Middle Child’s Day: Parenting Advice for those with Middles

It's Middle Child Day. Didn't notice? That's okay...no one ever does.

Middle children. There’s all kinds of theories and stereotypes about middle kids out there. They’re neglected. They’re resentful. They have little or no drive. The feel like they don’t belong. They have a negative outlook on things.    They have “Middle Child Syndrome.”    A Stanford University study showed that middles are considered to be the most envious, the least ... Read More »

Beating the Back To School Blues

Summer is a great time for the kids. They have limited schedules and limited responsibilities. They’ve had long days of playing, camping and campfires, late nights and later mornings. As summer draws to a close and the time for back to school is just a matter of days away, kids and parents alike can start to feel the pressure.  End ... Read More »

Back to School Bash: Planning a family game night

These kids can find it hard to focus their attention or control their behavior. The have difficulty planning, prioritizing, strategizing, switching tasks, or hold information in their working memory. Believe it or not, games can help.

Family Game Night.  So few words. So much dread.  Maybe you have kids that would rather veg out in front of their computer, phone, or television. Maybe you have kids that would rather do hours of household chores than play in family game night. Maybe YOU would rather do hours of household chores rather than play in family game night.  ... Read More »

Back to School Checklist

Telling children they're smart doesn't give them the confidence to take on new challenges or the self-esteem to persevere when they fail.

Notes from a Developmental Psychologist It’s that time of year again. A time for new, exciting beginnings filled with a bit of apprehension. A time for new places and new friends, while trying to see if the old friendships are still alive. It’s a time for new clothes. New must-have sneakers. It’s a time that many parents dream for months ... Read More »