Tom Brady’s insane diet that keeps him at the top of the NFL with Tampa Bay at 43 

NFL legend Tom Brady keeps at the top of his game with a spartan regime that means no coffee, white sugar, processed flour or any dairy products.   

Brady, 43, who is playing for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in his 10th Super Bowl, even cuts out certain ‘healthy’ vegetables – such as tomatoes, eggplant, capsicum and mushrooms – because they can cause inflammation. 

The father-of-three also only eats organic, has a gluten-free diet – and tries to drink at least five litres of water a day.  

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback has a strict no coffee policy, and steers clear from white sugar, white flour all dairy products

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback has a strict no coffee policy, and steers clear from white sugar, white flour all dairy products

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback has a strict no coffee policy, and steers clear from white sugar, white flour all dairy products

The father-of-three follows an organic, gluten-free diet, and tries to drink at least five litres of water a day. Pictured with supormodel wife Gisele Bundchen

The father-of-three follows an organic, gluten-free diet, and tries to drink at least five litres of water a day. Pictured with supormodel wife Gisele Bundchen

The father-of-three follows an organic, gluten-free diet, and tries to drink at least five litres of water a day. Pictured with supormodel wife Gisele Bundchen 

Despite following rigid eating schedule, Brady said he still likes to treat himself occasionally

Despite following rigid eating schedule, Brady said he still likes to treat himself occasionally

Despite following rigid eating schedule, Brady said he still likes to treat himself occasionally

Brady’s former personal chef Allen Campbell said that in the lead up to the Superbowl, the football star’s meals consisted of ‘dark leafy greens, some grass-fed animal protein as well as legumes and whole grains’. 

Brady and his supermodel wife Gisele Bundchen hired personal chef Allen Campbell to do all of their home cooking.

Mr Campbell, who worked for Brady and his supermodel wife Gisele Bundchen from 2013 to 2016, insisted the couple is ‘very laid back’ to cook for despite their diet being made up of 80 per cent vegetables. 

‘I make conscious decisions to buy local and organic, and to stay away from GMOs, and to think about the future of the planet and the future of humans,’ he said.

‘My philosophy is that a plant-based diet has the power to reverse and prevent disease.’

Tom Brady’s day on a plate 

6am: 500ml glass of water infused with electrolytes

Breakfast: Avocado and eggs 

8am: More electrolyte-infused water, followed by a post-workout protein shake

Lunch: Salads with nuts and fish 

Snacks: Hummus, guacamole, or mixed nuts 

Dinner: Roasted vegetables and chicken

Game day food: Smoothie and an almond butter and jelly sandwich 

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However on game day, Brady’s day on a plate consists of just an almond butter and jam sandwich and a smoothie.  

In 2000 during his rookie season, Brady’s diet was far more substantial. He once admitted to chowing down on nachos before taking to the pitch for the biggest day on the NFL calendar.  

Despite following rigid eating schedule, Brady said he still likes to treat himself occasionally.  

‘If I’m craving bacon, I have a piece,’ he told Men’s Health in 2020. 

‘What’s changed as I’ve gotten older is now if I want pizza, I want the best pizza. I don’t eat a slice that tastes like s**t and then wonder, ‘Why am I eating s – t pizza?’

According to Brady’s website TB12, the six-time Superbowl winner stops eating two to three hours before bed, and never eats fruit by itself.

The 12-step guide also advises people to pay attention to portion sizes, saying a plate should include two palm sizes of vegetables and one-palm size of protein. 

Meanwhile, Brady and his team have arrived at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida ahead of Super Bowl LV.

Brady's dinners consist of roasted veges and chicken, while snacks include hummus, guacamole, or mixed nuts

Brady's dinners consist of roasted veges and chicken, while snacks include hummus, guacamole, or mixed nuts

Brady’s dinners consist of roasted veges and chicken, while snacks include hummus, guacamole, or mixed nuts 

In 2000 during his rookie season, Brady's diet was far more substantial. He once admitted to chowing down on nachos before taking to the pitch for the biggest day on the NFL calendar

In 2000 during his rookie season, Brady's diet was far more substantial. He once admitted to chowing down on nachos before taking to the pitch for the biggest day on the NFL calendar

In 2000 during his rookie season, Brady’s diet was far more substantial. He once admitted to chowing down on nachos before taking to the pitch for the biggest day on the NFL calendar

 

According to Brady's website TB12, the six-time Superbowl winner stops eating two to three hours before bed, and never eats fruit by itself

According to Brady's website TB12, the six-time Superbowl winner stops eating two to three hours before bed, and never eats fruit by itself

According to Brady’s website TB12, the six-time Superbowl winner stops eating two to three hours before bed, and never eats fruit by itself

The NFL is allowing 25,000 fans in Tampa Bay’s home stadium for the matchup with Kansas City. Raymond James Stadium normally holds about 75,000 fans.

Brady, who has a record six Super Bowl wins, will hope to avoid tying former Bills quarterback Jim Kelly with his fourth Super Bowl loss. 

The former Patriots star signed a two-year, $50 million deal with the Bucs in March last year.   

A day in the life of Tom Brady  

5.30am: Wake up, drink electrolyte water and smoothie

7am: Breakfast 

8–10am: Strength and conditioning training in the gym 

10am: Go to the beach

11am: Review game footage

Noon: Lunch

3-5pm: Team practice or surf and workout if it’s the off-season 

5-6pm: Post-workout pliability (flexibility) 

6pm: Dinner with supermodel wife Gisele Bündchen and three kids 

7pm: Review films, discuss strategy with coach and charity work

7.30pm: Family time, including reading to kids

8.30pm: Go to sleep  

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