Eating Disorder Outline

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General purpose: To inform my classmate.
Specific purpose: I will inform my classmate about one of the social justice topic which is eating disorder.
Central Idea: informative speech about the three type of eating disorder which are Anorexia Nervosa, Binge Eating Disorder and Bulimia Nervosa. Then my second point will focus on the causes of eating disorder, after that in my last main point I will discuss its effects on our life. I. Introduction A. Tie to audience
Food too much of it, we suffer, and too lack of it, we will suffer. Because of it human has lost their sanity and it’s the main cause of most health issues, which is eating disorder. B. Preview of main points
Today I will answer these questions: what is eating
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Transition to the main point 2 (After listing the definition and the type of eating disorder, we will discover now it causes) B. What are the causes of eating disorders? 1. Environmental Causes a. According to Doctor Thomas Insel and director of NIMH, eating disorder occurs most often when there is an emphasis on thinness, especially if it’s linked to success. b. Magazines, television, and other media have created an unrealistic image of the perfect, successful person, so the pressure to be thin can lead to intense dieting, which can turn into eating disorder 2. Biological Causes a. According to Doctor Thomas Insel and director of NIMH, scientist and researchers have always been interested in the role of genetics on eating disorders but they are still far away from knowing specific geneses that causes eating disorder b. (even if) The studies have shown that the immune system of eating disorder elevated levels of autoantibodies that affect hormones that regulate appetite control. Also there is a 5-6 greater chance of developing an eating disorder if an immediate relative has it. 3. Psychological Causes a. According to Doctor Thomas Insel and director of NIMH, although patients are different, clinicians have noticed patterns in psychological issues with people who have eating disorders. b. Most of the patients showed self-esteem

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