About Us

VIVRI is a multinational Essential Nutrition Company that was created by Daniel Chavez Saul. Daniel is a graduate of Stanford University who learned about entrepreneurship from a young age, as he worked at McKinsey & Company and Goldman Sachs. As a businessman, Daniel knew he couldn’t be satisfied unless his work made the world a better place. That’s why he started VIVRI. By combining the best of science and nature, VIVRI helps people achieve the best version of themselves. Our super-talented LIVs™ are the best of the best, and we’re lucky to have them sharing our proprietary essential nutrition systems with the world, one person at a time. At VIVRI, we believe in helping you to help yourself.

VIVRI disrupts industries by blending the best of science and nature with effective, practical and clinically backed systems. This is made possible by the innovative work of the VIVRI Medical-Scientific Board, which includes members from Stanford University and other prestigious institutions. Thanks to years of research and clinical development, we have become pioneers in the field of Essential Nutrition. This means we’ve developed formulas that fully nourish the human body using natural and premium quality ingredients harvested from the best sources in the world. As a result, we have created unique products, with international certifications that back the excellency of our raw ingredients, production quality, and the clinically-proven results.

We challenge you to achieve the best version of yourself, with the VIVRI+ products.

Daniel Chavez Saul is the Founder and CEO of VIVRI. He worked previously as an investment banker in New York for Goldman Sachs and as a strategy consultant for McKinsey & Company in several cities around the U.S. and India. He studied Economics at Harvard University, Economics and Managerial Studies at Rice University, and earned a Masters in Business Administration from Stanford University.



For his entire life, Daniel Chavez Saul saw his father as invincible. He was a strong and healthy businessman. His responsibilities extended far beyond his own family, to the families of his thousands of employees.

That was until a doctor told Daniel’s father that he was putting himself at risk of shortening his life if he didn’t adjust his lifestyle, specifically his eating habits. The problem solver he is, Daniel’s father jumped into motion. He devoured each piece of literature about nutrition he could find and passed it on to his son.

Daniel was shocked by what he was learning about diet, nutrition, and what it meant in light of his own physical and mental health. He began implementing food and lifestyle changes immediately, but it did not satisfy him. He had to take it further.

He was compelled to look beyond his own and his father’s needs, because he realized that billions of men and women across the globe faced the same two crucial challenges they did:

Firstly, the fact that they didn’t REALLY know what their bodies and minds required to function optimally and have true longevity, even though they considered themselves to be “healthy” and eat relatively “well”.
Secondly, that their families depended on and trusted that they would continue to care for them.

Daniel mobilized immediately. He traveled to the Mayo Clinic to discuss the creation of a Nutritional System that would take the guesswork out of eating right with Doctor Caldwell Esselstyn. Next, he studied under Doctor Colin Campbell of Cornell University to earn a certification in Whole Foods Plant-Based Nutrition. And finally, he leveraged his relationships at Harvard and Stanford Universities to find the most brilliant minds in the fields of nutrition, science, and medicine to establish the VIVRI Medical-Scientific Board.

And this was the beginning of the VIVRI story. A journey that would be filled with some hair-raising moments and wildly unexpected turns, before arriving at an outcome that no one could have imagined.

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He is also co-author of the “Best Business Practices” study, jointly published by Harvard Business School and McKinsey & Co., and is certified in “Whole Foods Plant-Based Nutrition” by Cornell University.