NHS prevention plan aims to boost life expectancy
People in England are being told to cut back on alcohol, sugar, salt and fat in a bid to boost the nation's life expectancy by five years.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock is setting out his long-term vision for the NHS on Monday - and it will focus on preventing illness.
He says that 10 times more money is spent on treating disease than prevention - which "doesn't stack up".
The plan also recommends that bosses should do more to keep staff healthy.
Mr Hancock told BBC Radio 4's Today programme there needed to be a shift in culture and in the way resources are balanced.