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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says he eats only one meal a day and fasts all weekend, and people are concerned he might have an eating disorder
Dorsey's odd diet has many worried his unusual eating habits sound like an eating disorder.
Meet the London currency analyst who moonlights as a wellness guru to Wall Street hedge funds and bankers
Bilal Hafeez has tapped into a lifestyle shift happening on trading floors. The Nomura currency analyst's wellness newsletters have "touched a nerve."
The Silicon Valley startup behind bottled human ‘superfuel’ is launching an updated line of ‘smart drugs’
A Silicon Valley startup known for chewable coffee and human '"superfuel" is updating its product lineup with fresh ingredients informed by scientific research. HVMN says their new line of so-called "smart drugs" — pills to help with focus, energy, and sleep — is designed with athletes in mind.
Silicon Valley tech elites are adopting some of the latest and most extreme techniques for performance enhancement.
A little-known technology that Fitbit and Apple are exploring could be the answer to healthy eating and peak performance
Glucose monitoring lets people track their blood sugar and see how food affects their body. Normally used by diabetics, the tech may hold promise for others.
Health nuts from Hugh Jackman to Tim Ferriss are trying ‘intermittent fasting’ — the dieting fad that lets you eat anything
The latest health and wellness craze, called intermittent fasting, has people going without food for up to several days.
I tried the popular Silicon Valley diet credited with boosting energy and prolonging life — and I can see why people are obsessed
Intermittent fasting, the diet that lets you eat anything within a specific time frame, has been credited with everything from weight loss to life extension.
You've never seen these ingredients on a Starbucks menu. But they're staples at the Bulletproof café in Santa Monica, California.
Dave Asprey starts the day by preparing buttered coffee for himself and his two kids.
Continuous glucose monitors are all the rage among Silicon Valley tech workers.