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Does Tom Brady drink alcohol?  Find out

Does Tom Brady drink alcohol? Find out

Fans are always curious about their favorite celebrities. Likewise, NFL fans want to know everything about seven-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady and what’s been happening behind the field since he hung up his cleats in 2023.

Does Tom Brady drink alcohol?

Tom Brady, known for his strict NFL diet, quit the league “for good” last year after dealing with some “unfinished business,” but other than that, it didn’t change anything. The former New England Patriots quarterback has clear lines about what he consumes. For him, drinking alcohol is just a rare occurrence.

In 2021, Brady’s former teammate Rob Gronkowski revealed a hilarious story in which the former Tampa Bay Buccaneers player took a shot of whiskey during the Kentucky Derby. Gronkowski, the former tight end, told ESPN, “I’d say go to a Kentucky Derby and see him have a shot.”

After his retirement, his brand TB12 uploaded a message ahead of the Fourth of July celebration that read: “Celebrate then rehydrate.” It went on to say: ‘The best way to avoid a hangover? Do not drink. However, if you choose to enjoy this holiday, check out these TB12 hydration tips to hack your hangover. So yeah, it doesn’t matter if he plays or not, the healthy diet continues.

Food products Tom Brady avoids

Alcohol, white sugar and caffeine are some of the products the NFL star likes to avoid. Brady is also not fond of peppers, tomatoes, mushrooms and strawberries. He drinks three liters of water a day and consumes less meat.

While talking about a healthy diet, the five-time Super Bowl MVP told People, “I think it’s just trying to make healthy choices that allow me to live the life that I want to live.” He continued, “I think what I put into my body is very important.”

There’s a reason why the legendary player, who played 20 seasons of his 23-year career for the Patriots, dominated the sport even in his 40s.

Meanwhile, on the work front, the 46-year-old will be back in the NFL as a commentator for FOX Sports when the league kicks off its new season.