Simple Avocado Toast by Fit Fathers

Try our simple, tasty and healthy lunch after an hour of cardio and strength training. Yes, of course it’s vegan. We layered toasted double fiber whole grain bread with traditional hummus, organic avocados and slightly warmed organic tomatoes. The heat within the tomatoes helps release the antioxidant lycopene which in turn protects against prostate cancer in men. Season with a dash of black pepper, garlic powder and Himalayan pink salt.

The meal was served with a Japanese sweet potato and a medley of sautéed collard greens, spinach, kale, beets, onions and Shiitake mushrooms. So, this recipe covers each macronutrient including healthy fats, complex cards and plant-based proteins. Eat clean and enjoy!

Fit Fathers 7-Day “Fruit & Veggie” Spring Break


Motivation = Dedication = Reinvention!

Hello friends and family. Please join Fit Fathers for 7 days of purity while consuming fresh, organic fruits and vegetables to clean out the gastrointestinal (GI) and prepare the body for a new spring season. Additionally, the goal is to increase our fiber intake as well as vitamin, mineral and antioxidant quantities. Without the added fat in the diet the body will begin burning fat pockets hanging around our glands, organs and stomach. Continuing exercise will further reduce or melt away the additional adipose fat.

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Fit Fathers Collard Wrap D-Light

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Who said eating healthy was expensive and complicated? Well, the Fit Fathers culinary team spent $20 on organic ingredients and made 10 of these bad boys for the kids.


First we simmered the plantains in water in a separate pan.

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Then we stir fried onions, peppers, red cabbage, mushrooms and pineapple in water. The small amount of water and our choice of seasonings (garlic, vegit, nutritional yeast, Himalayan sea salt and Braggs) makes the perfect oil-free sauce for the veggies.

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Afterwards, lightly layer the raw organic collard with a garlic veggie dressing and sliced avocados.


Add the sautéed veggies and plantains and then roll the collard leaf into wrap. Feel free to include either brown rice, quinoa or beans. Total time was 10 minutes. Enjoy!