Tom Brady Diet Routine and its Constituents


Brady even coined a name for his unique diet plan, the TB12 diet, and wrote a book about it. As part of his 12-step plan to stay in great shape, Brady said he doesn’t eat nightshades, a group of vegetables including eggplants and tomatoes, because they cause inflammation and raise the body’s pH.

But research shows eating or steering clear of certain foods can’t change the body’s pH enough to generate the results suggested by Brady. Plus, vegetables like eggplants and tomatoes are packed with fiber (eggplants) and vitamins A and C (tomatoes). Vitamins A and C are actually known to help reduce inflammation, contrary to what the TB12 diet suggests.

Brady said he also drinks multiple gallons of water daily to protect himself against sunburn, but there is no scientific evidence water consumption prevents sunburn.

om Brady consumes an astounding amount of liquid.

After he hops out of bed at 6 a.m., the first thing Brady reaches for is a 20-ounce glass of water infused with electrolytes. Then he sips a smoothie, which typically contains in blueberries, bananas, nuts, and seeds. Pretty normal.

During his 8 a.m. workout, he drinks more electrolyte-infused water, followed by a post-workout protein shake.

Brady stresses the importance of hydration and drinks anywhere between 12 to 25 glasses of water a day—which is probably enough to fill the fish tank you always wanted as a kid.

However, Brady trains a lot harder than the average human being, so the 25 glasses of water make sense.

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