Athletes like Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Rob Gronkowski are using blockchain to improve their nutrition game.

The NFL star will work up a sweat on Saturday in a livestream demo from Tampa, Florida, where his health data will be tracked in real time and recorded on the Blockchain Beyond Protocol, an unhackable service that stores and shares the athlete’s biometric data balances optimal nutrition and nutritional supplements.

Athletes like Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Rob Gronkowski are using blockchain to improve their nutrition game. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann / Getty Images)

A personalized food order, vitamins and dietary supplements that are tailored to Gronkowski’s exact nutritional needs will then be ordered via the third-party provider DoorDash, Beyond Protocol announced on Friday in the so-called first blockchain transaction with patient health information.

The idea is that athletes can upload their biometric data and store it on a secure blockchain where they can share it with top doctors and researchers for advances in sports medicine and potentially prevent sports injuries, a representative from Beyond Protocol told FOX Business.

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“These types of events show how our blockchain technology will continue to transform and improve virtually all industries. We are grateful to have Rob as a partner for this exciting new use case, ”said Jonathan Manzi, CEO of Beyond Protocol, in a statement Friday.

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Gronkowski is now an active player in the NFT frenzy. In March, he teamed up with Non-Fungible Token (NFTs) OpenSea market as the first professional athlete to release digital trading cards featuring his four Super Bowl championship moments with his digital signature, even though the cards did not contain any logos or names of the teams he played while his career.

Gronkowski started GronkNFT.com with the virtual cards offered for auction.

A representative from Gronkowski did not immediately respond to a FOX Business request for comment.