Preparation Outline Template
Topic: Soda is bad for health
Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience that soda is bad for one’s health. INTRODUCTION
Open with Impact: Everyday, all day, we all make choices on what we eat and drink that affect our health.
Connect with Audience: Everyone here has had a soda right? We all have our favorite one, and even though we know that it’s not healthy we drink it anyways.
Focus/Thesis: Over the years soda has become a staple in our lives, and is unfortunately extremely toxic to our bodies. Which is why we need to make the effort to limit the amount we drink and make ourselves aware of the risks we expose to our health when choosing to drink soda.
Preview Main Points / Structure: To better help you understand what makes soda so bad for your health and why you shouldn’t drink it; I’m going to explain the various issues and facts about soda. I will discuss the pros and cons of soda, and then some alternatives that are healthier choices.
Main Point 1: Sodas are one of those things that we like so much; we ignore the nutrition facts on the can. So when we look at what the effects are, you can see that the cons of drinking soda are huge. A.
According to the Harvard School of Public Health journal Circulation published March 2012, drinking just one soda a day can cause a 20 percent increase in a person’s risk of having a heart attack over a 22-year period. B.
In 2011, the nonprofit Center for Science in the Public Interest found that the artificial caramel coloring used to make Coke, Pepsi and other brown sodas, contained the chemicals: 2-MI and 4-MI, which have been causes of cancer in animals. C.
Another side effect is the deterioration of your teeth, because the sugars and acid eat away at the enamel.
Transition Statement/Signpost: Even with these huge health risks, some people still refuse to give up their soda.
Main Point 2: There have...
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