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中国健康生活方式预防心血管代谢疾病指南
作者:中华预防医学会 中华预防医学会心脏病预防与控制专业委员会 中华医学会糖尿病学分会 中华预防医学会卒中预防与控制专业委员会 中华医学会健康管理学分会 中华预防医学会慢性病预防与控制分会 中国医疗保健国际交流促进会高血压分会 中国社区卫生协会

摘要:

心血管代谢疾病包括高血压、糖尿病、血脂异常、冠心病、脑卒中等,严重威胁我国居民健康,疾病负担持续增长。健康的生活方式是预防和管理心血管代谢疾病的重要基石。本指南主要基于中国人群的研究证据,针对膳食与饮料、身体活动、吸烟饮酒等方面提出建议,旨在促进我国居民采取健康的生活方式,预防心血管代谢疾病,推动健康中国行动的实施。

关键词:心血管代谢疾病;生活方式;一级预防;指南

Abstract:

Cardiometabolic disease is an interrelated constellation of diseases such as hypertension, diabetes, dyslipidemia, coronary heart disease and stroke, leading to great threats to public health and increasing burden of diseases in China. The important and essential action to prevent cardiometabolic diseases is to promote healthy lifestyle throughout life. This guideline provides recommendations on diet and beverage, physical activity, smoking, drinking and other lifestyle habits, mainly based on evidence derived from Chinese studies. The recommendations are developed to guide actions in living a healthy lifestyle for primary prevention of cardiometabolic diseases among Chinese adults, and also to promote the implementation of the Healthy China initiative.

Key words: Cardiometabolic disease;Lifestyle;Primary prevention;Guideline

发表日期:2020/3

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