"The TB12 Method: How to Achieve a Lifetime of Sustained Peak Performance" has hit shelves. Tom Brady's Diet might have helped him stay on the field into his 40s but are the recipes in his new book practical for the average person. Brady made nearly $29 million last year alone. He can tell fans what he eats and how to prepare it, but that doesn't necessarily mean they can afford it. The Future Hall of Famer has partnered with food delivery company Purple Carrot. All 730 meals you'll consume in a year would cost about $9,500. TB12 Protein powder will add $1,300. For his smoothie regiment including fruit, nuts and seeds you'll need $1,500 a year. If you want to Snack Like Brady it's going to burn another $3,050. A family of four with two older children would cost around $15,368.40 to feed. According to the Department of Agriculture Brady's $16,000 a year diet is 27% of the $59,000 median household income in the U.S. 

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