EAT DINNER EARLY
Want to slash your risk of breast or prostate cancer? Eat dinner before 9pm or enjoy your evening feast at least two hours before bed. According to a study by the Barcelona Institute for Global Health in Spain, early eaters are 20 per cent less likely to develop breast or prostate cancer than those who dine after 10pm or hit the hay not long after dinner. Although scientists haven’t figured out the exact link between cancer and the timing of your meals, they think it might be related to the way sleep affects your body’s ability to metabolise food, so it might be time to ditch those late-night Netflix-in-bed snacks.