Tom Brady rests his famous food for Thanksgiving


Tom Brady Eats one day a year like the rest of us humans: Thanksgiving.

Brady interviewed Oprah Winfrey on his SiriusXM show “Let’s Go” this week. Behold, she turned the interview around and asked him how he eats during the holidays.

“Like everyone else,” Brady said. “It’s a meal where I say, ‘Turn it around, let’s go for it.’ We all enjoy it. ”

It may be only four hours a year that Brady lets loose with his intake. He has famously talked about avoiding caffeine, white flour, white sugar, dairy products, gluten and vegetables such as tomatoes, eggplant, peppers and mushrooms that cause inflammation.

About 80 percent of his proteins come from plants as opposed to animals – a strange expression when he reveals that he eats avocado ice cream.

The interview with Oprah is probably the first time Brody looks forward to retirement. He has consistently said he wants to play until he is 45, but he is now 44 years old and no one will be surprised if he maintains a high-level game and continues playing next season in 2022 – his Tampa Bay Buccaneers defending the Super Bowl champions, and now Brady for the NFL MVP this season A favorite in betting odds.

Tom Brady and Oprah
Screengrab / SiriusXM

However, they are excited about spending the holidays with their growing family and are appealing for them to have the opportunity to have that time after retirement.

“Thanksgiving, there’s a lot to be thankful for, but you only get four hours to enjoy it,” he said. “The practice usually ends at about 1 or 2. You eat around 3:30 pm, then you get ready for the next day’s practice. Same Christmas.

“I’m looking forward to the time I finish playing football so I can have the usual holidays I grew up with. It’s important that the family stay together.”



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