A quiz has been created to evaluate how healthy you are as part of their campaign urging Britons to cut down on unhealthy food and exercise more.
The One You campaign, ran by Public Health England (PHE) is the first to specifically target middle-aged Britons.
To find out how well you are and get some recommendations on how to improve your health, take the How Are You quiz:
The quiz asks about the type of foods you eat, how often you drink alcohol and whether you smoke.
After giving a health rating out of 10, several "behavioural changes" are suggested, such as taking part in exercise or downloading an app to monitor alcohol intake.
Around 40 per cent of all deaths in England are related to poor lifestyles, such as smoking, drinking too much and being sedentary, according to PHE.
Such illnesses cost the NHS more than £11bn a year.
The campaign will be promoted across the internet, TV, social media and on billboards in public places.
England’s chief medical officer, Professor Dame Sally Davies, said: “We all have the power to shape our future health by making changes now.
"One You campaign acknowledges that this can be difficult and is there to help make these changes easier.”
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