Tom Brady, 40, is the biggest quarterback in football history, according to the NFL, sports bloggers, and this New England-bred sports fan. The five-time Super Bowl champ didn’t strech rise condition at an age when many players have already retired by eating chips and dip.
Brady owes his longevity to an heated diet and examination plan, which the GOAT (“greatest of all time”) touts in his new book “The TB12 Method.” Vegetables make up 80% of what he and his supermodel-wife Gisele Bündchen eat, along with whole grains, nuts, and gaunt meats.
In 2016, Purple Carrot, a meal-kit delivery service that serves 100% plant-based dishes for a vegan diet, partnered with Brady to bring dishes formed on the way he cooking to customers. Using the discipline laid out in his book, TB12 Performance Meals broach aim to “help athletes and active people stay at their peak” — just like the GOAT. (Though Brady is not a vegan.)
For $78 a week, subscribers accept 3 dishes with two servings of each.
I recently tried the TB12 Performance Meals for two weeks. Here’s what it was like.