10 Strange Eating Habits of Successful People

Did you know that famous tennis star Novak Djokovic ate lawn court grass after winning 2011 Wimbledon or that Einstein ate grasshoppers? Here are the 10 strange eating habits of some of the most successful people.

  1. Albert Einstein

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    World’s most intelligent theoretical physicist was fond of eating grasshoppers and drinking celery punch. Most of his breakfast meals included fried eggs and mushrooms only.

  2. Barack Obama

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    Obama’s favorite food is broccoli. He doesn’t like ice cream, but enjoys chocolate-protein bars. His favorite meal is shrimp linguine prepared by his wife and first lady Michelle Obama.

  3. Charles Darwin

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    Charles Darwin discovered a number of animals, including armadillos, giant tortoises, and owls. And yes, he also ate them.

  4. Elvis Presley

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    Presley was a foodie. Many a times, his breakfast included only 5 hot-fudge sundaes. His personal cooks were available 24×7 and he started eating only after his cooks or his wife would cut up the food into bit-size pieces.

  5. Henry Ford

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    Ford never really went down to the grocery store for food. He instead restrained himself to eat sandwiches filled with weed that grew in his garden.

  6. Mark Zuckerberg

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    Zuckerberg’s 2011 eating resolution permitted him to eat only that meat that he killed himself. He said, “I think many people forget that a living being has to die for you to eat, so my goal revolves around not letting myself forget that and being thankful for what I have.”

  7. Novak Djokovic

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    Famous tennis sensation Novak Djokovic follows a strict gluten-free diet that is void of caffeine, dairy, and refined sugars. Novak also ate some grass after winning 2011 Wimbledon from the lawn on Centre Court. After tasting the grass expressed, “It tastes good.”

  8. Pablo Picasso

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    Picasso restricted himself to a very ordinary-yet-strict diet menu for most of his life. His diet menu consisted milk, mineral water, fish, rice, pudding, grapes, and vegetables.

  9. Stephen King

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    Popular novelist Stephen King keeps his distance from all types of food stuff that is slimy. He always eats a cheesecake slice before starting to write all that horror that he is popular for.

  10. Steve Jobs

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    Jobs strongly believed that his strict vegan diet kept his body free from odor and hence allowed him to bathe just once a week. He would eat only a single type of food for many weeks in a row. 

Whether its Darwin’s habit of eating animals he discovered or Jobs’ absurd fascination with a single type of food, successful people sure have weird habits.

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