When you eat can be just as important as what you eat when it comes to losing fat.
Scientists have found eating a later breakfast and an earlier dinner could be a way to lose weight without reducing calorie intake.
In the study, participants ate breakfast 90 minutes later than usual and ate their dinner 90 minutes earlier.
These small changes helped people lose twice as much body fat after 10 weeks, compared to those who ate breakfast at the normal time.
But while it was easy, 57 per cent said they would find it hard to continue the plan long term, due to family and social schedules.