The Health Hazards of Fast Foods Consumption
An essay structured in a position format is best suited in regards to analysis and elaborating on the hazardous effects of fast foods consumption. The essay should state the stance on whether consumption of fast foods has negative effect or not. The reason for selection of a position essay relies on my opinion on fast food consumption and its effects should be well elaborated. The thesis statement employed should be one with a strong basis that can hold through out the essay. My own proposed tentative thesis would encompass a statement depicting fast-food consumption as a vice due to the potentially life threatening disease it causes. It also points out the benefits of practicing a healthy lifestyle. The thesis should also give a review of the analysis of the topic to denote what the essay is conveying as a whole.
Oppposers of the proposal state that consumption of fast foods is productive. They provide a number of facts to defend their line of thought; this includes the points that will be stated. They assert that fast foods save money, as it is cost friendly than the alternatives. It is the most probable incentive as to why people consume fast foods. It is preferred over homemade meals. Another debatable point brought forth by the opposers is that fast food saves time. In a world were time is of great significance, fast foods are revered more than healthy home cooked meals. The establishments of drive thrus allow customers to access food faster without having to wait or getting out of their automobiles.
In defense of the proposal, I would clearly state the underlying dangerous effects of fast food consumption. Clearly outlining the facts and providing detailed information by citing different conducted researches in support of the proposal. Some of the facts are listed as follows: fast foods consumption leads to obesity and health related diseases such as type two diabetes, high cholesterol, cardiovascular disorders, strokes and high blood pressure. In addition, stating the devastating effects it has on children such as creating risk in their development.
Sources that have been of significant importance are “New York.” time’s health guide. N.P, n.d. Web. 24 Feb. 2014. <http://www.nytimes.com/health/guides/index.html>.word counts totals to 360 words.