Tom Brady doesn't 'eat much bread' and experts claim it keeps you young.

Nutritionists weigh the pros and downsides of breadless living for Fox News. Tom Brady is a Subway spokesman despite not like bread.

The six-time NFL Super Bowl champion announced his new collaboration with the global sandwich company on Sunday to his 10.1 million Instagram followers.

He wrote, "As this new commercial will tell you, I don’t eat much bread, but I recognize greatness when I see it."

Brady, 44, has stated that his anti-inflammation diet avoids white flour, sugar, and gluten, which are included in most commercial bread.

The NFL quarterback avoids bread to maintain his digestive system, but cutting off bread may make you look and feel younger.

"Large amounts of bread or refined carbs can cause blood sugar spikes and crashes, making one sluggish," Walsh added.

"Tom Brady likely avoids nightshade veggies – tomatoes, eggplant, peppers, etc. – because they affect our immune system," Thomason said. "This is especially true in people with autoimmune conditions who have a lower immune system."

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