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Brittany Klontz Public Speaking Persuasive Speech November 6, 2007 Say No to Fast Food INTRODUCTION General Purpose: To change my audience’s opinion on fast food and show them how bad the food can be for their health. Attention Getter: Are you the type of person who loves fast food and eats it at least once a week, or sometimes even more? You’re not alone. Specific Purpose: Fast food may be convenient and very tasty, but it can majorly affect your health and there are many alternatives to this diet. Central Idea: Fast food does not have a very healthy nutritional value, it can severely affect your health, and it does not take much to avoid this unhealthy diet. BODY 1. Nutritional Value
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A. Calories a. Compare calories of a whopper and other various fast foods to the normal caloric consumption. B. Trans fat a. Many claim to have none but research says otherwise.
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Unformatted text preview: C. Salt and Potassium Levels. a. High in salt to keep meat and other frozen items preserved. 2. Health Problems A. Obesity a. Many pounds are added after continually consuming fast food on a daily basis. B. Diabetes a. Blood sugar rises C. Heart problems a. Too much fast food can slow your heart rate 3. Solution A. Healthy alternatives a. Convenient restaurants around the area that are healthy. b. Packing your own lunch. CONCLUSION Review : Fast food is full of unhealthy ingredients that can harm your health and there are many alternatives to this diet. Memorable Closing: So next time you go through the drive through to pick up the number 3, just think of harmful effects that one cheeseburger can have on your body and even your future....
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course ENG 102 taught by Professor Fruciante during the Spring '08 term at Lynn.

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