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The human health score does not indicate that a product is healthy to eat, but it shows how making it might affect people's health. For example, the processes used to produce it could release chemicals into the air, water or land that cause breathing (respiratory) problems. Even if eating a product is not good for your health, it could still get a high Human Health score if it is made in a way that does not cause these problems.