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How are health, safety, and nutrition interrelated?
Health, safety, and nutrition are interrelated because they are referring to our body. By becoming healthy, we need to eat nutritious foods that will give us proper nutrition and safe from all sickness. [ In that sense our body becomes safety from harm. ]
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