Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has one of the craziest diets you would have ever heard. And he claims that this diet helps him to stay focused. During an in-depth interview about his extreme fitness routine, jack shared insights about his eating habits and you need to sit down and pay heed to the same.
As per the Fitness Podcast, the billionaire said that the biggest driving force to keep him focused is his meditation habits. Along with this, his intermittent fasting which includes weekend long fasting is something which keeps him energized enough to run two companies.
This 42-year-old CEO has been meditating since last 20 years. He spends an hour every morning and evening in spiritual practice. Mr. Dorsey, who is the co-founder of the micro-blogging site said that his weekly routine includes fasting for 22 hours a day. And that’s not all, he even walks for five miles a day from his home to his office.
The tech man skips his lunch and breakfast during day time. He says that this allows him to save time and utilize it productively. He has dinner as his only meal and that consists of either meat or fish with lots of salads and fruits. He ends the day with dark chocolate. Jack believes that working throughout the day ensures that he enjoys a peaceful sleep at night. “During the day, I feel so much more focused… the time back from breakfast and lunch allowed me to focus more on what my day is,” are the words of the man himself.
And if you are of an opinion that the Twitter CEO might be having an enormous celebratory weekend, then again you need to correct yourself here. He keeps fasting for 48 hours from Friday to Sunday in which he only consumes water. “The first time I did it, like day three, I felt like I was hallucinating. It was a weird state to be in. But as I did it the next two times, it just became so apparent to me how much of our days are centered around meals and how – the experience I had was when I was fasting for much longer, how time really slowed down,” Jack said.
Now, the million dollar question is it healthy? Well, as per the Men’s Health nutritionist Chris Mohr (Ph. D R.D.) “The true measure of success is whether this is sustainable in the long run.” While it’s on trend We know that the body benefits from a constant supply of protein, fiber and, of course, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, But eating is more than just calorie and nutrition, food is a great one Time for people (and families)). I like to look at habits not only of successful people but also of people who live a long, healthy life. that longevity and happiness are related to relationships and relationships, Not biohacks.”