New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, who turned 40 in August, touts an anti-inflammatory diet.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, who turned 40 in August, touts an anti-inflammatory diet. Winslow Townson AP
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, who turned 40 in August, touts an anti-inflammatory diet. Winslow Townson AP

Tom Brady says an anti-inflammation diet is good for him. Would it work for you?

November 08, 2017 10:39 AM

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