Tom Brady Just Released a $200 'Nutrition Manual.' Here's What Might Be Inside

Tom Brady is sharing his nutrition secrets with the public—for $200.

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Hey you!

Yes, you!

Would you like to be a four-time Super Bowl champion quarterback with a supermodel wife?


Well, then have I got a deal for you! With just one easy payment of $199.99, you can change your life with the TB12 Nutrition Manual!

That's right, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is willingly sharing his coveted nutritional secrets with the public. We've previously outlined Brady's strict diet. He eats no food containing white sugar, white flour, MSG, iodized salt, dairy, coffee, caffeine or nightshade vegetables. The only fruit he eats is banana in an occasional smoothie. Yes, it's intense—but it's hard to knock it when you look back at Brady's astonishing career and consider the fact that at 38 years old, he's still one of the few elite NFL QBs.

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So, what exactly does Tommy's cookbook contain? Here's part of the description from the TB12 website:

The TB12™ Nutrition Manual is a limited-edition "living document" containing information about our core TB12 nutritional philosophies and featuring a library of 89 seasonally-inspired recipes that you can use to support your TB12-aligned nutrition plan. The TB12 Nutrition Manual is designed to be modified and expanded over time using its unique screw post binding: as we periodically update this manual with new or modified recipes, we will send additional pages to all purchasers of the manual.

Among those 89 recipes you'll find Sweet Potato Gnocchi and Avocado Ice Cream. But if you want to get your hands on the TB12 Nutrition Manual, you'll have to be patient. The initial printing has already sold out. Brady's secrets don't come cheap either. A single copy will run you $200.

To get an idea of some of the other recipes you'll likely find inside the manual, check out Tom Brady's vacation dessert.


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