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Gisele Bundchen admits she's responsible for Tom Brady's insane diet


Tom Brady has credited his unconventional diet with allowing him to perform at a top level as heâs gotten older, extolling his dietâs virtues in interviews and releasing a nutrition manual/cookbook.As it turns out, the Patriots quarterbackâs switch to largely plant-based foods came at the behest of his wife, Gisele Bundchen.The supermodel appeared on CBS This Morning Wednesday for an interview with Charlie Rose, where, along with claiming that her husband suffered a concussion last year, she admitted that Bradyâs nutritional changes came from her.âThe thing is he said heâs been feeling so much better,â Gisele Bündchen says on husband Tom Brady starting a plant-based diet pic.twitter.com/dFBkULKleDâ CBS News (@CBSNews) May 17, 2017âThe thing is, he says heâs been feeling so much better,â Bundchen said of her husbandâs dietary conversion.

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