When you have to eat food, it’s time to change your diet

It may not be the most practical option, but the idea of eating food before you go to bed sounds like a no-brainer.

In the UK, this means breakfast and lunch for most of us, followed by a glass of milk for a snack.

Yet research has found that eating at least one meal a day before bed can have a significant impact on your mental health and wellbeing.

We’re not talking about a short nap here, but a full meal.

Here are 10 things you should know about eating before bed.

Read more Here’s the catch: the UK’s NHS recommends eating at home, but many of us don’t think twice about eating when we’re tired.

This could be because we’re too busy to do our own research or we’re simply lazy.

In other cases, we’re afraid we’ll look like a complete fool.

Here’s how to eat breakfast and lunches before bed and after you’ve had your fill.

How to eat before bed The first thing to consider is the type of food you’re going to eat.

The best breakfast is a mix of protein, fibre and antioxidants.

The second best is a low-fat, high-carbohydrate meal with a few ingredients that contain fibre.

It’s important to be balanced and make sure you eat enough.

It also helps to make sure that you don’t get too full, especially if you’re not planning to have a drink later.

But if you do want to have breakfast, here’s what you should aim for: a mixture of protein and fibre (2-3 grams a day)