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Want to Eat Like Tom Brady, Ageless Wonder? Here’s How.

Best Life Logo By Ari Notis of Best Life | Slide 1 of 12: <p>Move over, <strong>Jenny Craig</strong>, <strong>Oprah</strong>, and <strong>Gwyneth</strong>. There’s a new healthy eating and weight-loss guru in town: <strong>Tom Brady</strong>. Yes, the four-time Super Bowl MVP, <a href="http://bestlifeonline.com/40-items-no-woman-in-40s-should-own/">Uggs</a> spokesman, and husband to <strong>Gisele Bündchen </strong>is taking his unique and much-talked-about diet to the masses.</p><p>Brady’s new healthy living book The TB12 Method will hit stores later this month. “There aren’t any other 40-year-old NFL quarterbacks who are still performing at their peak level,” <strong>Jonathan Karp</strong>, president and publisher of Simon &amp; Schuster, Brady’s publisher, told <a href="https://www.wsj.com/articles/nfl-star-tom-bradys-new-health-book-faces-tall-order-1504863004">The Wall Street Journal</a>. “So clearly, something about this method is working.”</p><p>And, for what it’s worth, the publisher is betting big that Brady’s appeal extends far beyond Foxboro. He received a reported $5 million advance for the book, which means that he’ll need to sell more than 500,000 copies of the The TB12 Method to turn a profit.</p><p>So what does Brady’s ageless diet actually look like?</p><p>“80 percent of what [Tom and Gisele] eat is vegetables,” <strong>Allen Campbell</strong>, the couple’s personal chef, <a href="https://www.boston.com/sports/new-england-patriots/2016/01/04/meet-the-chef-who-decides-what-tom-brady-eatsand-what-he-definitely-doesnt">told</a> Boston.com in an in-depth interview. “The other 20 percent is lean meats: grass-fed organic steak, duck every now and then, and chicken. As for fish, [it’s mostly] wild salmon.”</p><p>It sounds simple, but it’s a lot more complicated than that: For example, some vegetables—like mushrooms—are utterly verboten, while olive oil has to be 100 percent natural, and can’t be used for cooking. Here’s everything we know about Tom Brady’s diet, in case you want to get a head start on eating like a champion. And while you’re tailoring your diet, be sure to cut out the <a href="http://bestlifeonline.com/unhealthy-foods-over-40/">40 Unhealthiest Foods If You’re Over 40</a>.</p>

Move over, Jenny Craig, Oprah, and Gwyneth. There’s a new healthy eating and weight-loss guru in town: Tom Brady. Yes, the four-time Super Bowl MVP, Uggs spokesman, and husband to Gisele Bündchen is taking his unique and much-talked-about diet to the masses.

Brady’s new healthy living book The TB12 Method will hit stores later this month. “There aren’t any other 40-year-old NFL quarterbacks who are still performing at their peak level,” Jonathan Karp, president and publisher of Simon & Schuster, Brady’s publisher, told The Wall Street Journal. “So clearly, something about this method is working.”

And, for what it’s worth, the publisher is betting big that Brady’s appeal extends far beyond Foxboro. He received a reported $5 million advance for the book, which means that he’ll need to sell more than 500,000 copies of the The TB12 Method to turn a profit.

So what does Brady’s ageless diet actually look like?

“80 percent of what [Tom and Gisele] eat is vegetables,” Allen Campbell, the couple’s personal chef, told Boston.com in an in-depth interview. “The other 20 percent is lean meats: grass-fed organic steak, duck every now and then, and chicken. As for fish, [it’s mostly] wild salmon.”

It sounds simple, but it’s a lot more complicated than that: For example, some vegetables—like mushrooms—are utterly verboten, while olive oil has to be 100 percent natural, and can’t be used for cooking. Here’s everything we know about Tom Brady’s diet, in case you want to get a head start on eating like a champion. And while you’re tailoring your diet, be sure to cut out the 40 Unhealthiest Foods If You’re Over 40.

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