If you don’t want to be lost in such a broad topic as “Obesity', we strongly recommend you to narrow it according to your own interests. For this, we suggest you to look through these four groups of questions which are connected with this topic.
1. Looking through the Questions and Choosing the Most Appropriate Group of Them Namely for you
- Can you compare a life style of a stout man and a thin man? What are the differences between advisable clothes for stout and thin people? What are the differences between preferable diet for stout and thin people? An obese man: to be born or to become?
- Should it be a compulsory medical treatment for obese people? Should parents be responsible for their obese sons and daughters?
- What are the reasons of obesity? What are the potential negative consequences for obese people?
- Do you know a real story about obese people with a happy (or didactic) end? (NB! If you know a real story concerned with obesity from the experience of your relatives, friends or old acquaintances, don’t forget to change all the names, dates and other important facts for ethical reasons).
2. Defining an Essay Type You will Write
This step is closely connected with the previous one.
- If you have a desire to answer on the first group of questions, you may write a compare and contrast essay about obesity.
- In the case if you are able to give a detailed answer on one of the questions from the second group, we recommend you to write a persuasive essay about obesity.
- If you have a knowledge of the reasons and consequences of obesity, you may write a cause and effect essay on this topic.
- In the case if you can tell a real story about obese people, try to write a narrative essay.
3. Giving a Title for Your Obesity Essay
1. If you write a compare and contrast essay about obesity, you may choose a title for your essay from the following examples:
“Obesity: the Role of Genetics vs. the Influence of Life Style', “Daily Problems of Stout and Thin People', “An Advisable Diet for Obese People and Well-proportioned People', etc.
2. If you write a persuasive essay about obesity, you may give a title as a question:
“Should It be a Compulsory Medical Treatment for Obese People?' or “Should Parents be Responsible for Their Obese Sons and Daughters?'.
You can also transform these questions to the affirmations:
“A Compulsory Medical Treatment should be for Obese People' (“A Compulsory Medical Treatment shouldn’t be for Obese People') or “Parents should be Responsible for Their Obese Sons and Daughters' (“Parents shouldn’t be Responsible for Their Obese Sons and Daughters').
3. If you write a cause and effect essay about obesity, you may give a title for your essay like these:
“Why are Some People Stout, while the Others are Thin?', “The Negative Consequences For Obese People', “Why Some People are Constantly Putting On?' and so on.
4. If you write a narrative essay about obesity, you may tell a story
“How an Obese Man Was Growing Thin and Well-Proportioned' or “Losing Weight: Is It Possible? The Story from a Real Life'.
P.S. While writing your essay about obesity, don’t lay it on thick! Yes, obesity is destructive for the health, but even obese people may be satisfied with their life. Remember that it is better to be stout, kind and happy, than thin, evil and unlucky.