There is no word on how strict Tom Brady’s diet is

The world-class American football class follows an amazingly bold and rigorous diet day in and day out to see if you could perform.

Tom Brady is only 44 years old, but anyone dares to say that he is the greatest American football player of our time, a seven-time Super Bowl winner. The world-class athlete follows a very strict diet in order to stay in shape at all times, and let’s face it, few would be able to do it afterwards.

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“The system I follow is a mixture of Eastern and Western philosophies,” Brady writes in his book. “The principles I follow have been around for a thousand years. My diet may seem restrictive to some, but it would be weird for me to eat differently. People eat too much processed food – french fries, potato chips, white bread. ”

The athlete follows his own diet of high-protein, plant-based foods called TB12, which excludes all dairy products, gluten, coffee, alcohol, processed foods, sugar and monosodium glutamate, but some vegetables and fruits are also banned and you cannot consume certain oils. Plenty of water should be taken into the body, but it doesn’t matter when, you can only drink thirty minutes before eating, while eating, and then avoid drinking for an hour afterwards.

The TB12 diet consists of 80 percent vegetables, whole grains, and beans, and the other twenty percent lean meats. Brady gets up at exactly six o’clock every morning and starts the morning right away with a 6-deciliter isotonic drink, followed by a smoothie full of almond-blueberry-banana-oil seeds.

The meat consumed on a daily basis should be completely free of antibiotics and hormones, and the athlete mostly eats chicken, duck, pork and beef, but eats only wild salmon from fish. Brady also eats avocado and eggs every morning, and as a nas, he takes humus, guacamole and raw vegetables or oilseeds, only whole grains are possible, sugar and flour are on the ban list.

The elite athlete keeps it in the right diet for the right fitness and for the body to recover quickly from injuries as well as for great endurance. He says that despite paying a lot of attention to his meals, he sometimes eats chocolate, bacon and even pizza, though only the best of them.

Brady’s diet is not only expensive but also unsustainable in the long run, experts say these kinds of alkaline diets don’t necessarily do the body any good.

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