Tom Brady may not be regularly throwing footballs anymore, but his strict diet stays the same.
Brady announced in February that he was retiring «forever» after three seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and two decades with the New England Patriots. Brady brought home seven Super Bowl championships during his career and built a business around his strict diet.
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The legendary quarterback, who does not include white sugar, white flour, iodized salt, caffeine, nightshades, and even strawberries in his diet, continues the TB12 method.
«I don’t think it’s a strict regimen,» he told People magazine in an interview late last month. «I think it’s just trying to make healthy choices that allow me to live the life that I want to live.»
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She added: «I’ve developed so many healthy habits, I just want to stick with them.»
In his retirement, Brady has spent a lot of time with his sons and retired friends Rob Gronkowski and Julian Edelman. He also continued to build his Brady Brad sportswear line, partnering with college athletes on NIL deals, and investing in a pickleball franchise.
Brady retired as one of the greatest NFL players of all time.
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He is the all-time leader in passing yards with 89,214 and passing touchdowns with 649. He won six Super Bowl championships with the Patriots and one more with the Bucs.