Meet Dan
Dan Miller is an internationally renowned nutrition and fitness expert, developing health and wellness programs for all walks of life. 
From executives to professional fighters and everyone in between, Dan’s flexibility is paramount for him to push the discussion of dieting to one of vibrant longevity without disease or disorder.

He has presented his strategies to thousands of executives world-wide; helping them to live longer and healthier lives, reduce healthcare costs, and achieve greater personal and workplace productivity. Dan’s engaging, interactive style has inspired thousands to achieve permanent, life-changing results. In 2015, Dan was featured at the Vistage International Speaker Showcase and in 2018 he was awarded Vistage International Speaker of the Year. 
As a Certified Nutrition Coach through the International Board of Nutrition & Fitness Coaching (IBNFC), Dan is a member of the Venice Nutrition Coaches Network. His programs, based on modern medical science and our evolutionary past, are designed to permanently end dieting and allow the body to heal as nature intended. 

In addition to being a world leader in nutrition and fitness, he is a 30-year veteran of the martial arts. He has practiced, coached, and studied many disciplines including Jiu Jitsu, kickboxing, and Tae Kwon Do. Physical feats are no stranger to Dan as he is also a former Guinness World Endurance Record holder for the 48 hour treadmill marathon event. 
Holding Master’s degrees in Business Administration; Strategic Leadership; and Project Management, Dan’s education transcends nutrition, allowing him to identify with the challenges faced by today’s busy executives. But his education continues every day, book by book: Dan reads an average of 100 books a year to have a working knowledge of the human body and what can go awry when we stray from our primal beginnings. 

Dan is an entrepreneur, adventurer, speaker, martial artist, scuba diver, ultra-runner, mentor, business owner, writer, and father of two amazing boys
Follow My Journey to 113 Years Old
My goal is to die in my sleep at the age of 113.  

That number is very important to me --- it's twice my dad’s age when he died, plus one year.  

On my last day, I will be scuba diving with my great grandchildren.  I will not be living in diapers, I will not be living in a nursing home, and I will probably still be riding my motorcycle.

Join me on the journey and watch as the story unfolds.
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