Thursday, 9 January 2014

Markus and Jun Peng

Claim:
Soda increases chances of health-related problems.

Supporting details:

Facts:
-Increases chances of cancer
-Higher rate of obesity
-Promotes diabetes
-Soda is within reach of everyone thus it is an approachable and accessible drug
-Soda has 0 nutritional value
-Soda has a major role to play in obesity
-Drinking non-diet soda leads to dramatic increases in fat buildup around your liver and your skeletal muscles, both of which can contribute to insulin resistance and diabetes
-Soda increases rate of aging due to phosphate found in the soda
-According to a 2008 University of Minnesota study of almost 10,000 adults, even just one diet soda a day is linked to a 34% higher risk of metabolic syndrome
-The water used in soda is just simple tap water and can contain chemicals like chlorine, fluoride and traces of heavy metals

Statistics:
-Possible link between consumption of soda and an increased risk of depression
-40% of men were more likely to develop cancer with a can of soda a day
-The study revealed that people who drank a regular soda every day for six months saw a 132 to 142 percent increase in liver fat, a 117 to 221 percent jump in skeletal fat, 30 percent increase in both triglyceride blood fats and other organ fat
-Consumption also led to an 11 percent increase in cholesterol, compared with the people who drank other beverages such as water or milk. 

Examples:
-Relationship between soda consumption risk for prostate cancer

Testimony:


Opposing Views:
-Soda helps in dissolving the indigestible material that builds up in our stomachs over time

Counterattacking Statement:
Soda has more harm then benifit to the human body

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