Do you know the CEO of the microblogging platform, Twitter have one meal a day, at night? He doesn’t squander his entire day on eating, instead focus more on work.
In a video interview with Wired last week, the 43-year-old Twitter CEO, who is a web developer launched this social platform in the year 2006, revealed his extreme lifestyle that includes seven meals a week to stay healthy and razor-sharp throughout the day.
Jake Dorsey answered “ Some Of Its Real,” when a reporter hurled a question in reference to an article published earlier that said Jack have five meals a week, he spends hours meditating, ice bath routine, and practise daily sauna.
“I try to meditate two hours every single day,” he said. “I definitely do not do a sauna and ice bath every day, and I eat seven meals every week, just dinner.”
In the month of April, he gave an interview to the Fitness: Diet, Fat Loss and Performance podcast, where Jack put forth his extreme lifestyle that involves the above daily rituals to accomplish a harmony between physical and mental health.
Dorsey during the interview claimed that he everyday follow intermittent fasting, hydrotherapy, go to the office by walking, all these ensure he maintains the energy levels to run his tech companies, perform at peak all day long.
Dorsey said he does not adhere to the three or six meals a day plan recommended by the health experts, instead, he has only one meal a day between 6:30 to 9:00 Pm.
Now, what his meal plate consists of? Well, he answered that too. Jack said he daily night meal dishes include a protein-, it can be fish, steak or chicken along- with the veggies- brussels sprouts, salad, asparagus, and spinach. Dorsey also has dessert-, a glass of red wine, berries or dark chocolate-but in a very limited amount, he doesn’t want to raise his sugar levels.
“During the day, I feel so much more focused,” he said in the April interview. “… You have this very focused point of mind in terms of this drive. The time back from breakfast and lunch allowed me to focus more on what my day is.”
“A lot of my routine today is all due to what felt like just had to be done in order to, not only survive but to make sure that I can continue to be performing and continue to be clear,” he said on the podcast. “Some practices have been impactful, some I’m not sure if they’ve been impactful just yet.”
He added: “It only benefits me if I can raise the bar on myself.”