Next Level eating means prioritising eating in your daily routine. It means understanding the power food has to nourish, heal, support and energise your body.
Daniel Davey is a performance nutritionist who has helped Ireland’s most successful athletes to raise
their game, and here he draws on everything he has learned to deliver the science of how food can help us perform at our best physically and mentally every day.
The recipes in this cookbook are simple, delicious, nutrition-packed and uniquely designed to help you unlock the key to an enhanced life. They can be used to support specific training goals, to help you recover from injury or if you are in need of an immune system boost. Daniel also shares the secrets of how he has helped his top clients develop the right mindset to make consistently good food and lifestyle choices – and reap the rewards.
This is a transformative cookbook that will change your relationship with food and arm you with the knowledge to bring your health and performance to the next level.
Hardback, 320 pages
Daniel Davey is a performance nutritionist who has worked with the Dublin Senior football team and Leinster Rugby for almost a decade. He has also worked with athletes in other sports, including golf, hockey, soccer, boxing, athletics, motorsport and cycling. He is author of the no. 1 bestselling nutrition and recipe book Eat Up, Raise Your Game (a top-10 bestseller for a phenomenal 27 weeks) and founder of the online platform daveynutrition. With almost 100,000 fans on Instagram, Daniel’s mission is translating the latest nutrition science into practical advice and showing people how to prepare simple, nutritious recipes in a fun way. He holds a BSc in Agricultural Science from UCD, an MSc in Nutrition, Physical Activity & Public Health from the University of Bristol and a diploma in Sports Nutrition from the International Olympic Committee. Daniel is also a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist and has completed the national qualification in Exercise and Health Studies. He played Gaelic football at intercounty level for Sligo and won an All-Ireland club football medal in 2016 with Ballyboden St Enda’s in Dublin. His own playing and training experience allows him to understand the practical implications of applying the science of sports nutrition to achieve peak physical condition and performance in sport.