Tom Brady sticks to strict diet regimen even after retirement

While Tom Brady may not be throwing footballs as frequently, his diet remains strict.

Brady announced his retirement "for good" in February after three seasons with the Tampa Bay Lightning and 20 years with the Patriots.

The legendary quarterback adheres to the TB12 diet, which forbids the consumption of white sugar, white flour, iodized salt, caffeine, nightshade vegetables, and strawberries.

"I don't think it's a strict regimen," he said late last month to People. "I'm just trying to make healthy decisions that allow me to live the life I want."

Brady's retirement has been spent with his children and retired teammates Rob Gronkowski and Julian Edelman.

He also bought a pickleball franchise and made non-disclosure agreements with collegiate athletes to build his Brady Brad clothing line. 

Brady, the greatest NFL player of all time, has retired.Passing yards (89,214) and touchdowns (649) all-time leader. With the Patriots, he won six Super Bowls and with the Buccaneers, he won one.

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