People Are Killing Tom Brady For Trying To Sell His TB12 Immune Booster


May 18, 2020

Tom Brady’s newest TB12 product isn’t generating the kind of buzz he likely was hoping for.

Brady on Monday revealed Protect, a plant-based supplement that supposedly “activates” your immune system. Of course, many people are searching for ways to boost their immune systems amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Watch Brady discuss the product in the video below:

So, what’s this supplement all about?

From the product page on the TB12 website:

Tough workouts, long days, and too much stress can leave you — and your immune system — burnt out. Research shows that everyday stress can limit the production of white blood cells while high-intensity training can reduce levels of key antibodies — leaving your body susceptible to bacteria, viruses, and outside threats. From supporting natural killer cells to replenishing antibodies post-exercise, Protect helps activate your immune system and counter stress-induced immune suppression so you can stay active, resilient, and ready for whatever comes your way.

… Protect is formulated with five clinically studied, innovative ingredients. Vitamin C and Zinc work together to manage inflammation and repair damaged tissue while Elderberry?s antioxidant and anti-viral properties strengthen your immune cells. Beta Glucan and Larch Tree Extract support your innate and adaptive immune response by increasing circulating levels of white blood cells, replenishing antibodies post-workout (up to 47%), and helping immune cells coordinate an efficient, appropriate response to outside threats.

Make of that what you will.

Here’s how the Twitterverse feels about Brady’s new product:

Not an ideal product launch!

Speaking of boosts, Brady’s attitude apparently could’ve used one a couple of years ago as the New England Patriots offense limped toward the postseason.

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