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Life expectancy has risen quickly across the EAP region. Nowhere is this more evident than in China, which saw its life expectancy increase from 37 years in the mid-1950s to 71 years in 2000. This increase has been accompanied by a large rural to urban migration pattern, rapid urban modernization, aging of the population, decreased birth rates, major dietary changes, increased tobacco use, and a transition to work involving physical inactivity. 1 million people, respectively. 2 million for cerebrovascular diseases.

This situation could change, however, because there seems to be a long lag phase before dietary changes become manifest as CHD events. Low- and Middle-Income Countries The World Bank places countries in regions based on geography and income level. Low- and middle-income countries are divided into six geographic subregions—East Asia and Pacific, (Eastern) Europe and Central Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean, Middle East and North Africa, South Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa. The high-income countries, however, are not geographically distinct.

S. S. [69] As per capita income increases, so does consumption of fats and simple carbohydrates, but intake of plant-based foods decreases. A key element of this dietary change is an increase in the intake of saturated animal fats and inexpensive hydrogenated vegetable fats, which contain atherogenic trans fatty acids. New evidence suggests that the high intake of trans fats may also lead to abdominal obesity, another risk factor for CVD. 46 47 China provides a good example of such a nutritional transition—rapid shifts in diet linked to social and economic changes.

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