Nutrition and Sentence Outline Form

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dwaFollow the criteria in your Organizer(pages 82&83)
You do not have to hand in a concept map!
You will be assessed according to the handout distributed in class on March 3d. You need an Introduction fully written out! (paragraphs)
The Methodology section, Body, Summary &Conclusion should all be written in SENTENCE OUTLINE FORM with a citation following each sentence or series of sentences on the same point. Thesis: The dramatic growth of the fast food industry has been detrimental to North America in term of health as it is directly link to the obesity rate and many chronic diseases. It will also be harmful to the future generation.

To begin with, the dependence and over-consumption of fast food by the general population causes an increase in the obesity rate in North America.
Then, many chronic diseases are initiated by the over-consumption of fast foods.
Moreover, fast food companies constantly market their unhealthy products to children, which will raise a generation embedded in the fast food industry. Follow the criteria in your Organizer(pages 82&83)

You do not have to hand in a concept map!
You will be assessed according to the handout distributed in class on March 3d. You need an Introduction fully written out! (paragraphs)
The Methodology section, Body, Summary &Conclusion should all be written in SENTENCE OUTLINE FORM with a citation following each sentence or series of sentences on the same point. Thesis: The dramatic growth of the fast food industry has been detrimental to North America in term of health as it is directly link to the obesity rate and many chronic diseases. It will also be harmful to the future generation.

To begin with, the dependence and over-consumption of fast food by the general population causes an increase in the obesity rate in North America.
Then, many chronic diseases are initiated by the over-consumption of fast foods.
Moreover, fast food companies constantly market their unhealthy products to children, which will raise a generation embedded in the fast food industry.

Follow the criteria in your Organizer(pages 82&83)
You do not have to hand in a concept map!
You will be assessed according to the handout distributed in class on March 3d. You need an Introduction fully written out! (paragraphs)
The Methodology section, Body, Summary &Conclusion should all be written in SENTENCE OUTLINE FORM with a citation following each sentence or series of sentences on the same point. Thesis: The dramatic growth of the fast food industry has been detrimental to North America in term of health as it is directly link to the obesity rate and many chronic diseases. It will also be harmful to the future generation.

To begin with, the dependence and over-consumption of fast food by the general population causes an increase in the obesity rate in North America.
Then, many chronic diseases are initiated by the over-consumption of fast foods.
Moreover, fast food companies constantly market their unhealthy products to children, which will raise a generation embedded in the fast food industry.

Follow the criteria in your Organizer(pages 82&83)
You do not have to hand in a concept map!
You will be assessed according to the handout distributed in class on March 3d. You need an Introduction fully written out! (paragraphs)
The Methodology section, Body, Summary &Conclusion should all be written in SENTENCE OUTLINE FORM with a citation following each sentence or series of sentences on the same point. Thesis: The dramatic growth of the fast food industry has been detrimental to North America in term of health as it is directly link to the obesity rate and many chronic diseases. It will also be harmful to the future generation.

To begin with, the dependence and over-consumption of fast food by the general population causes an increase in the obesity rate in North America.
Then, many chronic diseases are initiated by the over-consumption of fast foods....
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