“In an industry where so many leaders resemble talking sides of beef, Jobs’ trim figure is noticeable,” Brian Caulfield reports for Forbes.
“What’s his secret? The skinny, so to speak, on the Apple campus is Jobs’ gaunt frame says as much about his diet as his health. Jobs lunches with the troops in the Cupertino, Calif.-based company’s cafeteria–a place packed with the likes of fresh sushi and Smart Water,” Caulfield reports.
“And while Apple employees eat healthy, Jobs takes it to an extreme, one employee says, eating dark green vegetables such as broccoli and asparagus, grilled or steamed. Jobs has been a vegetarian for years but his enthusiasm for green may have taken on an extra dimension since his brush with cancer. Jobs has surgery in 2004 to treat pancreatic cancer, and, again, earlier this year, according to The New York Times, to address ‘a problem that was contributing to a loss of weight.’ The veg-heavy diet, however, likely will not help him pack on any pounds. ‘No wonder he’s cranky all the time,’ one Apple insider says,” Caulfield reports.
“Jobs’ diet is only the latest example of a high-profile technologist using mind to master matter. It’s one of the reasons technologists so often end up overweight,” Caulfield reports.
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