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Health foodThe term health food is generally used to describe foods that are considered to be beneficial to health, beyond a normal healthy diet required for human nutrition. However, the term is not precisely defined by national regulatory agencies such as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. "Health food" is sometimes used as an umbrella term encompassing natural foods, organic foods, whole foods, and sometimes dietary supplements.Health foodBiologically based therapiesFood and drink

Human nutritionHuman nutrition is the provision to obtain the materials necessary to support life. In general, people can survive for two to eight weeks without food, depending on stored body fat and muscle mass. Survival without water is usually limited to three or four days. Lack of food remains a serious problem, with about 36 million people dying every year from causes directly or indirectly related to hunger. Childhood malnutrition is also common and contributes to the global burden of disease.Human nutritionHome economicsSelf careNutritionApplied sciencesFood scienceHealthHealth sciences

Vital Health FoodsVital Health Foods was founded in 1947 by Mr. Jack Grieve in the small town of Wellington, South Africa. It was the first health foods company in South Africa and has since become the largest in Africa, with a head office in Cape Town and a subsidiary in Australia. Vital is a family-owned and run company, into third-generation management in 2005. Vital supports the Proudly South African campaign.Vital Health FoodsHealth food storesRetail companies of South Africa

Williams v Natural Life Health Foods LtdWilliams v Natural Life Health Foods Ltd [1998 1998] UKHL 17 is an important English tort law, company law and contract law case. It held that for there to be an effective assumption of responsibility, there must be some direct or indirect conveyance that a director had done so, and that a claimant had relied on the information. Otherwise only a company itself, as a separate legal person, would be liable for negligent information.Williams v Natural Life Health Foods LtdUnited Kingdom company case law1998 in the United KingdomHouse of Lords cases1998 in case lawEnglish contract case lawEnglish privity casesEnglish tort case lawEnglish enforceability cases

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