II. Establish credibility: According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (1989). Americans consume one hundred and fifty-six pounds on artificial sweeteners each year on a per capital basis. Because you might not know what is too little or too much.
III. Adapt the presentation to yourself- the speaker: So, what’s the main attraction to this substance, and how much am I really indulging.
IV. Adapt the presentation to the audience: How much are you consuming? Do you even know?
V. Preview/Thesis Statement: The purpose of this paper is to inform you on:
1. First, I will discuss stevia itself.
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Stevia can also be used for other skin conditions such as acne or eczema.
Transition: Now we will take a look the usage of stevia on diabetics and children.
III. Usage of stevia on diabetics and children’s.
A. People with diabetes can use stevia.
B. Researchers has shown that stevia sweeteners do not contribute to calories or carbohydrates to the diet and do not affect blood glucose or insulin response.
C. Foods and beverages containing stevia can play a role in decreasing calories from unwanted sweeteners in children’s diets.
I. Re-state the Thesis Statement: Today we discussed stevia itself, a list skin condition it can be used to treat, and lastly we discussed the usage of stevia on diabetics and children.
II. Provide the Audience with a Memorable Though: Stevia’s history goes back to ancient times. Grown naturally in tropical climates, stevia is an herb that grows wild as a small shrub in Paraguay and Brazil. Stevia can be used as food sweetener, treatment for skin conditions as well as stomach discomfort.
III. Re- state the Attention-Getter: Now more of you are familiar with the stevia plant and have the knowledge of the different ways it can be used. Thank you for your