What are the dangers of extreme diet and exersise?

Please write an essay that uses the outline provided in the attatchments. Other sources and commentary may be used.Please use the outline attatched as well as the checklist provided.  ABSOLUTELY NO PLAGERISM. Must be under 20% match on Turn It In so must be more paraphrasing and not a lot of direct quoting.
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Review the media piece The Writing Process to help you prepare your first draft.
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An introductory paragraph with a thesis statement.
Three body or supporting paragraphs.
A concluding paragraph.
In-text citations and a reference page. (Remember to reference and cite any supporting information you are taking from your articles-if it is not your original thought, there needs to be a citation and reference.)
Expository Essay: Outline

  1. Please review your Topic 3 readings and the “Planning and Getting Started” section of “The Writing Process” media piece.
  2. Fill in the outline and references sections below. Make sure to use complete sentences when completing the outline.
Expository Essay Topic: What are the dangers of extreme diet or exercise?
Essay Title: The Consequences of Eating Disorders
      I.            Introduction: (Begin with a hook sentence to capture your audience’s attention, then provide a brief background of the topic and end with your thesis statement.)
a.       Hook: In the US alone, there are over 30 million people, of all ages and genders, who suffer from some sort of struggle with their relationship with food or extreme exercises.
b.       Additional background information: There are three main forms of eating disorders outlined in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders are anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge waiting disorder. All of these disorders have been studied in detail and are known to have detrimental effects in many aspects of the life of those affected.
c.       Mapped Thesis statement (review Topic 3DQ1 for feedback from instructor): There are a variety of harmful consequences for those suffering from eating disorders such as physical side effects, long-term psychological issues, and an extremely negative effect on surrounding friends and family.
   II.            Support
Supporting Point #1 (subtopic 1):  Physical side-effects

a.       Topic sentence for this first sub-topic: Many of the immediate physical symptoms are subtle but apparent to those who are close to the individual. These signs can help those around the individual recognize the disorder and assist them in getting help.
b.      Two to three paraphrased supporting details from your research with in-text citations
·        Supporting paraphrase 1: These symptoms include extreme weight loss, abnormal blood counts, fatigue, dizziness or fainting, seizures, brittle nails and thin hair, amenorrhea or the absence of menstruation, constipation, and dry skin, intolerance of the cold, low blood pressure, dehydration, and osteoporosis (Simpson 2017).
·        Supporting paraphrase 2: The physical effects of starvation are often irreversible, and reflect the extremely high rate of deaths associated with anorexia nervosa. These long-term effects include infertility, shutdown of major body symptoms, brain damage, and heart attacks (Simpson 2017).
c.       Explain why this research is important to your audience (avoid 1st & 2nd person):  Physical side effects are the most apparent and visible effects of these diseases. Unfortunately, many of these irreversible side effects often lead to the death of the patient
     Supporting Point #2 (subtopic 2):  Psychological Issues
a.       Topic sentence for this second sub-topic: Psychological issues can be both related to the cause and the effect of eating disorders.
b.      Two to three paraphrased supporting details from your research with in-text citations
·        Supporting paraphrase 1: Experts in the field are split on whether depression should be considered a cause or an effect of eating disorders. As the disease advances, depression rapidly worsens and many affected start to engage in self-destructive behaviors such as cutting or burning themselves to escapes the mental pain they are suffering from (Jones 2014).
·        Supporting paraphrase 2: People with anorexia often withdraw from social situations, particularly those involving food. Relationship difficulties may develop and a lack of a support system often develops due to this behavior. The anorexic is often secretive about how much food they eat and may become annoyed or angry when people express concern about their food intake or weight (Jones 2014).
c.       Explain why this research is important to your audience (avoid 1st & 2nd person):  These psychological causes and effects are the dangers of eating disorders that are often overlooked by the friends and family of the patient. Even after an individual goes through treatment and therapy, many of these psychological issues pursue and that person must deal with the residual mental sickness for the rest of their life. This is why eating disorders are so difficult to treat. The patient is faced with a psychological battle within themselves for the rest of their lives.
      Supporting Point #3 (subtopic 3):  The negative affect on friends and family

a.       Topic sentence for this third sub-topic: Parents, siblings, partners, friends, extended family, work colleagues and others often experience many different feelings as they learn to cope with the effects of the eating disorder on the person and on their own lives. The strain of living with the eating disorder can create tensions and divisions within the family. Each person involved will be affected in different ways.
b.      Two to three paraphrased supporting details from your research with in-text citations
·        Supporting paraphrase 1: Family and friends experience overwhelming feeling of confusion with the disease itself, how someone so close to them could be affected, and how to support the person. During group treatment, professionals can help friends and family with how to cope with the difficulties and struggles with living with someone that struggles with an eating disorder. Many are left at a loss with what to say or do to help someone close to them (Jones 2014).
·        Supporting paraphrase 2: Many also experience intense feeling of guilt, fear, or anger. Especially for those who failed to recognize the symptoms, guilt can overrun the relationship and result in a loss of trust or disintegration of the relationship. Some, especially parents or guardians, may feel responsible for nor providing sufficient support required for recovery (Rodrigo 2013).
c.       Explain why this research is important to your audience (avoid 1st & 2nd person):  The friends and family of those with an eating disorder are the forgotten and often overlooked sufferers of the disease. The psychological trauma that those who have a loved one suffering from an eating disorder is often just as detrimental as what the patient experiences.
III.            Conclusion: (Paraphrase your thesis statement, summarize main points, and make final remarks.)

a.       Paraphrase thesis statement: Extreme diet and exercise takes a toll on all aspects of a patient’s life—physical, psychological, and their loved ones.
b.      Summarize main points: The physical and psychological effects are often detrimental to those affected and cannot be reversed even with extensive treatment and therapy. These mental disorders take a toll on not only the affected but those surrounding the patient.
c.       Final remarks: There is an unbelievable amount of pressure on women and men, especially in America, to be thin. The widespread effect of these mental disorder must be taken seriously and action taken to fight the causes, symptoms, and effects.
Organize all references you will use in the essay and list them in the space below in alphabetical order based on author’s last name. Be sure the reference page is double-spaced and formatted to have hanging indents by ½ an inch, with the first line hanging and all others indented. See the GCU Style Guide for help with formatting references and citations. Within the essay, this reference page will be on its own page at the bottom of your essay.
Jones, M. D., Crowther, J. H., & Ciesla, J. A. (2014). A naturalistic study of fat talk and its behavioral and affective consequences. Body Image, 11(4), 337-345. doi:10.1016/j.bodyim.2014.05.007
Rodrigo, C., Henegama, T., & Hanwella, R. (2013). Life threatening self-starvation; a case report. BMC Research Notes, 6(1), 1-4. doi:10.1186/1756-0500-6-36
Simpson, C. C., & Mazzeo, S. E. (2017). Calorie counting and fitness tracking technology: Associations with eating disorder symptomatology. Eating     Behaviors, 2689-92. doi:10.1016/j.eatbeh.2017.02.002

Essay Checklist
____Organization: Proper heading in the upper left hand corner, five separated paragraphs, Reference Page
____ Research: Proper Topic that is supported with a peer reviewed article (research is included through in-text citations/paraphrased information from article(s).
____ Conventions/Mechanics: Proof-read entire paper, no spelling, punctuation, or grammatical errors; double-spaced throughout entire paper; paragraphs indented; references are listed correctly on reference page; minimum word count has been met and maximum word count has not been exceeded.
____ Ideas/Content: Your topic and three main arguments are clear to the reader; there is a structured idea behind your essay; your arguments and research are aligned to one another; your essay meets the Turnitin (TII) requirements for submission.
____ Word Choice: Academic writing is met, correct words used in context; essay contains a variety of sentence structures and uses complete, detailed expressions within the writing. *No incomplete, incoherent, or fragment sentences are found.
____ Voice/Tone: Essay is written in 3rd Person Point of View (there is no “I” statements in the writing); message is clear and original in thought from the writer’s perspective on the topic and arguments (research is only there to support these claims).
____ Sentence/Paragraph Fluency: There is a smooth transitioning between paragraphs; sentences within the body paragraphs flow and are easy to read and follow; there is an unison of the topic chosen and the arguments presented in the essay; research enhances the paragraphs, and does not take the majority of the paragraph itself-again, research is to support, not create the essay.

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