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Professor: Carolyn Nathan
Comm.103
March 14, 2013
Informative Outline

Specific Purpose: After my speech my audience will know the history of energy drinks, side effects and what is in them.

I. Introduction
A. Attention Getter: (When you feel run down or tired what do you reach for? If you are like me or any other person you probably go for an energy drink. ) B. Reason to listen: (Have you seen people who consume more than 2 energy drinks in one day, I know you know how bad people say they are but do you really know what you or other people are drinking and what the side effects are. ) C. Speakers credibility: (I am interested in this topic because I am one of those people who do drink more than one energy drink in one day and I myself experienced bad side effects. ) D.) Thesis Statement: (Energy drinks have a long history with new ingredients that have been added that leads to positive side effects and negative side effects that can be dangerous. ) E.) Preview of Main Points

1.) Today we are going to look at the history of energy drinks 2.) Then we will talk about Indergridents found inside common used energy drinks 3.) Finally we will identify side effects from a positive and negative aspect (+) (-) II. Body

A. First main point: First I will tell where/when energy drinks started, and how they are used today (MupSip) 1.) 1901 Scotland
a.) Irn-Bru was first recorded energy drink marketed known as “Iron Brew” 2.) 1929-1960 Japan and UK followed Scotland footsteps in creating their own energy drink a.) Uk created Lucozada which was used in a medical way to treat people who were sick and weak from an illness, given this drink would help them with energy. b.) Japan created Lipovitan the first real energy drink that contain vitamin B1,B2,B6 niacin and taurine (which I will discuss later on) 3.) 1980- now

a. Drink Jolt Cola was introduced and had put a new name out for...
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