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成功的CEO们吃些什么?

Amiah Taylor 2022-05-03
许多首席执行官就像重视公司的财报一样重视个人饮食。

SigFig的首席执行官迈克·沙爱吃松饼球。图片来源:GETTY IMAGES

首席执行官是一个需要承受巨大压力的工作岗位,面临寿命缩短和更高早衰风险等职业危害。

作为一种保护自己的方式,许多首席执行官就像重视公司的财报一样重视个人饮食,通过有策略的饮食来保护自己最宝贵的资产:身体健康。

以下是七位总是精力充沛的首席执行官们的饮食。

科技界百万富翁们的早餐

科技精英们的早餐似乎以清淡饮食为主,他们从来不会错过家里的早餐。

应用人工智能技术的电子邮件软件公司Edison Software的首席执行官米卡埃尔·伯纳,每天早上吃一勺冰岛鳕鱼甘油,喝杯黑咖啡,开始工作后会选择苏打水。但他每周七天坚持为两个宝宝做华夫饼、煎饼或鸡蛋,而且每天陪他们一起吃饭。

一勺鳕鱼肝油含90%每日所需的维生素A和113%的维生素D。维生素D能够减轻脑雾,而且有研究发现,维生素D还可以改善记忆和认知功能。

伯纳认为健康就是财富。“我有意识地选择健康食物,相当于为未来购买一份保险。”

旧金山金融科技公司SigFig的首席执行官迈克·沙承认自己工作日不吃早餐,但他在周末喜欢和家人一起享用丹麦煎饼。

他对《财富》杂志表示:“但在周末的时候,孩子们都想吃松饼球。孩子们喜欢搭配巧克力碎粒豆,我妻子喜欢搭配熔化的切达奶酪,我能够满足所有人的愿望!”

沙拉是成功者的首选

薪酬技术公司Pave的创始人及首席执行官马特·舒尔曼告诉《财富》杂志:“在Pave有收入之前,我的饮食一直靠Soylent和Huel代餐粉。在2019年假期,我跟父母承诺,如果公司获得更多资本,我这一辈子都将只吃Sweetgreen沙拉。”

截至2020年,Pave的估值达到7500万美元,这让舒尔曼有足够的实力吃一辈子沙拉。舒尔曼说到做到,他每天早饭喝水,午饭吃Sweetgreen鳄梨酱蔬菜沙拉,晚餐是Sweetgreen丰收碗沙拉。

Sweetgreen丰收碗沙拉的主要食材番薯富含4倍量的人体每日所需维生素A。维生素A可以支持免疫功能,保持健康视力。

蜜月和礼品登记网站Honeyfund的首席执行官及联合创始人萨拉·马古利斯也喜欢午餐吃沙拉,只是她的理由截然不同。

她对《财富》杂志表示:“我午餐最喜欢鸡肉、鱼肉、虾等精益蛋白质制作的沙拉,在里面添加核桃等健康脂肪、鳄梨和自制调味酱。最近我还增加了蛋白粉,以帮助我健身,减少随着我进入绝经期出现的肌肉量损失。”

极为有益的蛋白质

科技创业者沙喜欢猪脸肉、牛尾和牛腱,但这并不适合所有人。The Sip公司的首席执行官及联合创始人艾瑞卡·戴维斯更喜欢将精益蛋白质作为午餐。The Sip是由黑人百万富翁女性所有的葡萄酒品牌。在一般工作日,戴维斯会吃黑煎三文鱼、糙米和蒸花椰菜,搭配上一杯来自皮裘拉朵酒庄(Pizzolato)的普洛赛克葡萄酒。周五晚上,戴维斯会一边观看《真实主妇》(Real Housewives),一边对着令人愉悦的蛋白质大快朵颐,比如Caviar公司的白鲟鱼子酱。

鱼子酱对人体出奇地有益,它富含欧米伽-3脂肪酸,能够促进心脏健康和减轻抑郁。

清洁美妆品牌Graydon Skincare的首席执行官及创始人格雷顿·莫法特更喜欢自己烹饪,她专注于超级食物配方,喜欢通过骨头汤和大豆发酵食品摄取营养。

她告诉《财富》杂志:“我经常用骨头汤炖蒸绿叶菜,并搭配富含蛋白质的碳水化合物,例如发芽藜麦。我还会添加一大块用香菜制作的青酱、烤南瓜籽、赤梅酢、辣椒和一些枫糖浆。”

负罪的快感

关于酒精饮料,莫法特更喜欢日本酒。

莫法特对《财富》杂志表示:“当我想要放肆一下的时候,我喜欢将一杯温的清酒与浓绿茶调和,加入姜汁、蜂蜜和柠檬。”

清酒是一种很受欢迎的日式米酒,富含一种名为乳酸菌的益生菌,有助于消化。它还会让皮肤更有光泽。

不出意外,作为葡萄酒鉴赏家,戴维斯更喜欢法国红葡萄酒,而不是日本清酒。

她现在周末最喜欢做的就是放松身心,喝上一杯罗兰百悦特酿桃红香槟(Laurent Perrier Cuvee Rosé)。

全球最大的跆拳道特许经营品牌9Round Fitness的首席执行官及创始人香侬·赫德森并不介意睡前喝一杯。

赫德森告诉《财富》杂志:“我有时候会作弊,喝一两杯波旁威士忌让自己放松一下。”(财富中文网)

译者:刘进龙

审校:汪皓

首席执行官是一个需要承受巨大压力的工作岗位,面临寿命缩短和更高早衰风险等职业危害。

作为一种保护自己的方式,许多首席执行官就像重视公司的财报一样重视个人饮食,通过有策略的饮食来保护自己最宝贵的资产:身体健康。

以下是七位总是精力充沛的首席执行官们的饮食。

科技界百万富翁们的早餐

科技精英们的早餐似乎以清淡饮食为主,他们从来不会错过家里的早餐。

应用人工智能技术的电子邮件软件公司Edison Software的首席执行官米卡埃尔·伯纳,每天早上吃一勺冰岛鳕鱼甘油,喝杯黑咖啡,开始工作后会选择苏打水。但他每周七天坚持为两个宝宝做华夫饼、煎饼或鸡蛋,而且每天陪他们一起吃饭。

一勺鳕鱼肝油含90%每日所需的维生素A和113%的维生素D。维生素D能够减轻脑雾,而且有研究发现,维生素D还可以改善记忆和认知功能。

伯纳认为健康就是财富。“我有意识地选择健康食物,相当于为未来购买一份保险。”

旧金山金融科技公司SigFig的首席执行官迈克·沙承认自己工作日不吃早餐,但他在周末喜欢和家人一起享用丹麦煎饼。

他对《财富》杂志表示:“但在周末的时候,孩子们都想吃松饼球。孩子们喜欢搭配巧克力碎粒豆,我妻子喜欢搭配熔化的切达奶酪,我能够满足所有人的愿望!”

沙拉是成功者的首选

薪酬技术公司Pave的创始人及首席执行官马特·舒尔曼告诉《财富》杂志:“在Pave有收入之前,我的饮食一直靠Soylent和Huel代餐粉。在2019年假期,我跟父母承诺,如果公司获得更多资本,我这一辈子都将只吃Sweetgreen沙拉。”

截至2020年,Pave的估值达到7500万美元,这让舒尔曼有足够的实力吃一辈子沙拉。舒尔曼说到做到,他每天早饭喝水,午饭吃Sweetgreen鳄梨酱蔬菜沙拉,晚餐是Sweetgreen丰收碗沙拉。

Sweetgreen丰收碗沙拉的主要食材番薯富含4倍量的人体每日所需维生素A。维生素A可以支持免疫功能,保持健康视力。

蜜月和礼品登记网站Honeyfund的首席执行官及联合创始人萨拉·马古利斯也喜欢午餐吃沙拉,只是她的理由截然不同。

她对《财富》杂志表示:“我午餐最喜欢鸡肉、鱼肉、虾等精益蛋白质制作的沙拉,在里面添加核桃等健康脂肪、鳄梨和自制调味酱。最近我还增加了蛋白粉,以帮助我健身,减少随着我进入绝经期出现的肌肉量损失。”

极为有益的蛋白质

科技创业者沙喜欢猪脸肉、牛尾和牛腱,但这并不适合所有人。The Sip公司的首席执行官及联合创始人艾瑞卡·戴维斯更喜欢将精益蛋白质作为午餐。The Sip是由黑人百万富翁女性所有的葡萄酒品牌。在一般工作日,戴维斯会吃黑煎三文鱼、糙米和蒸花椰菜,搭配上一杯来自皮裘拉朵酒庄(Pizzolato)的普洛赛克葡萄酒。周五晚上,戴维斯会一边观看《真实主妇》(Real Housewives),一边对着令人愉悦的蛋白质大快朵颐,比如Caviar公司的白鲟鱼子酱。

鱼子酱对人体出奇地有益,它富含欧米伽-3脂肪酸,能够促进心脏健康和减轻抑郁。

清洁美妆品牌Graydon Skincare的首席执行官及创始人格雷顿·莫法特更喜欢自己烹饪,她专注于超级食物配方,喜欢通过骨头汤和大豆发酵食品摄取营养。

她告诉《财富》杂志:“我经常用骨头汤炖蒸绿叶菜,并搭配富含蛋白质的碳水化合物,例如发芽藜麦。我还会添加一大块用香菜制作的青酱、烤南瓜籽、赤梅酢、辣椒和一些枫糖浆。”

负罪的快感

关于酒精饮料,莫法特更喜欢日本酒。

莫法特对《财富》杂志表示:“当我想要放肆一下的时候,我喜欢将一杯温的清酒与浓绿茶调和,加入姜汁、蜂蜜和柠檬。”

清酒是一种很受欢迎的日式米酒,富含一种名为乳酸菌的益生菌,有助于消化。它还会让皮肤更有光泽。

不出意外,作为葡萄酒鉴赏家,戴维斯更喜欢法国红葡萄酒,而不是日本清酒。

她现在周末最喜欢做的就是放松身心,喝上一杯罗兰百悦特酿桃红香槟(Laurent Perrier Cuvee Rosé)。

全球最大的跆拳道特许经营品牌9Round Fitness的首席执行官及创始人香侬·赫德森并不介意睡前喝一杯。

赫德森告诉《财富》杂志:“我有时候会作弊,喝一两杯波旁威士忌让自己放松一下。”(财富中文网)

译者:刘进龙

审校:汪皓

Being a CEO is a high-pressure job, and occupational hazards include shorter lifespans and a higher risk for premature aging.

As a means of protection, many CEOs take their diets as seriously as their company’s earning reports, snacking strategically to protect their most valuable asset—their wellbeing.

Here’s what seven high-powered CEOs eat.

The breakfast of tech millionaires

The tech elite seem to be dining light in the mornings, with family breakfasts being a constant.

Mikael Berner, CEO at Edison Software, an email software company that utilizes AI technology, starts his day with a teaspoon of Icelandic cod liver oil and black coffee, then opts for club soda when he begins working. But he cooks his two toddlers waffles, pancakes or eggs seven days a week, and they dine together daily.

A single teaspoon of cod liver oil contains 90% of your daily requirements for vitamin A and 113% of your daily requirements for vitamin D. Vitamin D can alleviate brain fog, and studies have found that it both improves memory and cognitive function.

Health is wealth, according to Berner. “My food choices are fairly health conscious—an insurance policy for the future.”

Mike Sha, the CEO of SigFig, a San Francisco-based fintech firm, admits to skipping breakfast on the weekdays, but indulges in Danish pancakes on the weekends with his family.

“But on the weekends, it’s about a 100% request rate that the kids ask for aebleskivers,” Sha told Fortune. “They like them with chocolate chips and my wife likes them with melted cheddar so I can please everyone!”

Salad as a success marker

“During the period of time before Pave had revenue, my diet was based on Soylent and Huel,” Matt Shulman, founder and CEO of Pave, a compensation technology company, told Fortune. “During the holidays in 2019, I promised my parents that if we ever had more capital that I’d only eat Sweetgreen for the rest of my life.”

Pave’s valuation as of 2020 was $75 million, which affords Schulman a lifetime supply of salads. True to his word, Schulman typically has water for breakfast, a Sweetgreen Guacamole Greens salad for lunch and a Sweetgreen Harvest Bowl salad for dinner.

Sweet potatoes—a main ingredient in Sweetgreen Harvest Bowls—contain 400% of your daily value of vitamin A, which supports immune function, and maintains healthy eyesight.

Sara Margulis, CEO and co-founder, Honeyfund, a honeymoon and gift registry website, also prefers salads for lunch but for an entirely different reason.

“For lunch, my optimal meal is lean protein—chicken, fish, or shrimp—in a salad that has healthy fats like walnuts, avocado with homemade dressing,” Margulis told Fortune. “Lately I've been adding some protein powder as well to fuel my workouts and reduce the loss of muscle mass as I approach menopause.”

The proteins of the highly profitable

Tech entrepreneur Sha opts for pork cheeks, oxtail, and beef tendons, but that's not everyone's cup of tea. Erica Davis, CEO and co-founder of The Sip, a million dollar Black women-owned wine brand, favors lean proteins with lunch. She reaches for blackened salmon, brown rice and steamed broccoli paired with a glass of Prosecco from Pizzolato, on a typical workday. On Friday nights when Davis watches “Real Housewives” she indulges in decadent proteins like White Sturgeon Caviar from Caviar & Co.

Caviar is surprisingly good for you, as it promotes heart health, and staves off depression thanks to rich omega-3 fatty acids.

Graydon Moffat, the CEO and founder of Graydon Skincare, a clean beauty brand focused on superfood ingredients, prefers to DIY her meals and likes to get her nutrients from bone broth and tempeh.

“I usually have a selection of steamed greens simmered in bone broth topped with a protein rich carb like sprouted quinoa,” Moffat told Fortune. “I’ll add a large dollop of homemade pesto made with cilantro, roasted pumpkin seeds, ume vinegar, cayenne and a splash of maple syrup.”

Guilty pleasures

When it comes to alcoholic beverages, Moffat prefers Japanese liquor.

“If I want to splurge, I love a warm cup of saké mixed with strong green tea, ginger, honey and lemon,” Moffat told Fortune.

Saké, a popular Japanese rice wine, contains a probiotic called lactobacillus which can aid digestion. It has also been linked to brightening benefits for the skin.

Unsurprisingly, as wine connoisseur, Davis prefers French blush wine to Japanese saké.

Her current favorite weekend ritual is to unwind and have a glass of Laurent Perrier Cuvee Rosé.

Shannon Hudson, the CEO and Founder of 9Round Fitness, the world’s largest kickboxing franchise, also doesn’t mind a night cap.

“I sometimes cheat and have a bourbon or two to wind down,” Hudson told Fortune.

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