Bill Belichick: Tom Brady’s diet isn’t for everyone

As Tom Brady turns 40 today, his longevity as a Lombardi-compiling football icon takes on new focus.

The Patriots quarterback has made diet a laser-focused staple of his holistic plan to play deep into his fifth decade.

Constant hydration, limited spirits and plant-based recipes — sans nightshades — are staples of Brady’s nutrition plan.

While a smattering of teammates have latched on to his regimen, including All-Pro tight end Rob Gronkowski, Patriots coach Bill Belichick doesn’t believe Brady’s diet is for everyone.

“Well, we tailor everything we do to each individual, so we train players that are 185 pounds, we train players that are 350 pounds,” Belichick said Wednesday, per Phil Perry of CSN New England. “We train players that have a lot of different things they do on the football field. Some are very specific, like specialists, like quarterbacks, kickers, snappers, things like that. Some players have a very extensive role — special teams, offense or defense, first, second, third downs — so we have different training programs.

“And again, each individual is different — their age, their physical makeup, their build and their strength and explosion and power

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