Title: How to Improve Your Health
General Purpose: To inform
Specific Speech Purpose: To inform my audience about how they can improve their health by following a healthy diet and exercise routine
Thesis Statement: You must understand that the main causes of heart diseases between some other illnesses are a sedentary life and an unhealthy diet.
Who wouldn’t want to know the recipe for good health? The mixture of healthy diet and physical activity helps the body’s system function better, reducing the risk of heart diseases, diabetes, between other diseases that cause death.
To be healthy your body requires a balance of the consumption of the calories on your foods and drinks with your physical activity. Nowadays people are always in a hurry and they forget the importance of taking care of themselves. Most people are sitting at work or in front of the TV the whole day and since people don’t make enough time to prepare their food, all they can eat at a restaurant it is not exactly healthy food.
You must understand that not taking care of what you eat and the physical activity you follow every day you are just harming your health and putting it at risk.
Today I will speak about how to improve your health.
Transition: So what can people do to improve their health?
It is very important for everyone to take care of themselves. Our body is the only place we have to live in and it needs for us to take care of it. A healthy diet and physical activity are two essential things to improve our health. I According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, over 69.2% of the population is overweight; this is mainly for the lack of care and time that we put to ourselves. But people need to be committed to make a healthy change in their life to make a difference. A I completely understand that when people hear “Healthy Diet” they automatically associate it with something hard, almost impossible to do. So we can...
References: U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services. 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans. 2008.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (n.d). “Obesity and Overweight.” Nov 21, 2013. CDC/ National Center for Health Statistics. March 28,2014. Print.
National Heart, Lung, and Blood. (n.d.). “What Are the Health Risks of Overweight and Obesity.” July 13, 2012. USA.gov. March 28,2014. Print.
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