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Question

You have been learning about why too much sugar is bad for you. Your headteacher has asked
you to give a short speech to the school, persuading everyone to reduce the amount of sugar they
eat.Write the text for the speech, using no more than 400 words. In your writing, give advice onimproving diet, and create a sense of motivation.

Essay Type:

Directed Writing

Essay Plan

The speaker discusses the negative health consequences of excessive sugar consumption, including tooth decay, obesity, type 2 diabetes, and heart disease. They encourage small changes, such as swapping sugary breakfast cereal for whole-grain alternatives and choosing fresh fruits over candies and pastries for snacks, to reduce sugar intake. The speaker emphasizes that reducing sugar is not a sacrifice but an investment in our health and power as conscious consumers.

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