The products and habits Noosheen Hashemi relies on to feel at her best

From sauna to sleep, Noosheen Hashemi, founder & CEO of January AI, takes us inside her wellness routines.

Welcome to Health Stack, a series where founders, operators and experts share their favorite health and wellness products, gear, apps, and routines… 

Noosheen Hashemi is founder & CEO of January AI, a precision health company using AI to treat metabolic issues.

January AI uses continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) in combination with generative artificial intelligence and the largest food database of more than 32 million foods to help consumers make decisions about what to eat, including predictions about how they might react to different foods before they eat them.

Noosheen has more than three decades of experience building the leadership and execution capabilities. She spent ten years at Oracle, where she built the critical sales and administrative capacity that allowed the company to scale revenue from $26 million in 1985 to $3 billion in 1995.

“People are surprised when they find out how old I am. It’s true I’ve been blessed with good genetics, but I also take care of myself,” says Noosheen.

Here’s Noosheen to talk us through her Health Stack:

Eden’s Gut Health

“My number one hack is having a substantial amount of fiber in my diet on a daily basis. I get this both from vegetables and fruits, but also from a prebiotic supplement, Eden’s Gut Health. It was developed over multiple years of wet lab research and boasts robust scientific and clinical validation.”

Eden's 3-in-1 Synbiotic Superblend
3-in-1 Synbiotic Superblend
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Oura Ring

“My second hack is getting enough sleep. No matter what my work schedule looks like, I try to have lights out by 10:30PM at the latest, and I am up and running by 6:30. I use my Oura Ring to keep dialing my sleep, understanding better what levers I can control and manage for more restful and restorative sleep.”

The Oura Ring tracks over 20 biometric signals, all from your finger.

Setting an eating window

“Third, I try to eat my meals in a small window. My window is 8 hours, generally starting between 10:30 AM and noon, and ending between 6 and 8 PM.”


“I try to fit in a sauna session on the days when I don’t strength train. Sauna is shown to reduce all-cause mortality risk. I double the benefit by meditating in the sauna.”

January AI

January AI

“I plan out my calories for the week. If I know I’ll have some heavier days due to social obligations, I make sure that the other days are of low caloric impact. I use the January AI app to easily see meals’ impact – it’s as simple as taking a photo.”