- White sugar
- White flour
- Olive oil-fried foods
- Canola oil
- Iodized salt
But then things get a little nuttier. The 3-time Super Bowl winner also doesn't eat:
- Tomatoes (~once a month)
- Most fruits
- The New York Giants defense
Thus far, the proof is in the, uh... whatever kind of dessert you can make from wheatgrass? As the interview points out, few people on Earth rely on their bodies as much as Tom and Giselle. So if you're thinking about what separates you from the tippy-top of the success pyramid in sports or modeling: it's a lot. But Brady fully buys into the plan, even putting Frosted Flakes and Coca Cola on blast a few months ago, calling them poison. In their stead, the Bradys (Bradies? Brady-Bundchens?) eat foods you'd expect to see in a health-conscious household, such as almonds, quinoa, Swiss chard, etc.
Decidedly absent from Brady's diet: apples. Because he went 0-2 against the Giants in the Super Bowl.
HOW DO YOU LIKE THEM APPLES, TOM?
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Ryan Craggs is Thrillist's Senior News Editor. He is a die-hard Pittsburgh Steelers fan, and is resigned to his team losing to Tom Brady, every time they play. Follow him @ryanrcraggs.