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Meet Dr. Todd

Meet Dr. Todd Miller

Dr. Todd Miller is an Associate Professor of Exercise & Nutrition Sciences at the George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health. He is an expert at designing eating strategies and training programs that are specifically tailored to a person’s metabolism, and is currently studying the role that strength training plays in weight management.

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Any eating strategy will result in fat loss if a caloric deficit is created.

Increasing muscle mass while in a caloric deficit requires protein intakes higher than the RDA.

Fat loss is driven by a sustained caloric deficit.

You must learn to deal with the metabolic adaptations to weight loss.

Your fat loss strategy must be something that you can do FOREVER.

  • Any eating strategy will result in fat loss if a caloric deficit is created.

  • Increasing muscle mass while in a caloric deficit requires protein intakes higher than the RDA.

  • Fat loss is driven by a sustained caloric deficit.

  • You must learn to deal with the metabolic adaptations to weight loss.

  • Your fat loss strategy must be something that you can do FOREVER.

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What We Do

What We Do
at Miller Method

Dr. Todd Miller and Registered Dietitian Stephanie Mull created the Miller Method to be an alternative to the fad dieting and exercise strategies that plague the industry. The Miller Method is unique in that it focuses on FAT LOSS, not simply weight loss, and does so by tailoring the dietary intake and composition to each person’s unique metabolism. On the most basic level, fat loss is a math problem, and a knowledge of one’s own metabolism is critical to designing an eating strategy that will not only produce results, but also will be one that can be sustained forever.