Once you have your topic, approach identified and conducted your initial research a great way to start is to list out all of your important findings and supporting data. Then by linking them together, organize them in a logical way to form an essay outline and first draft. Once that’s done you can go back to the beginning and work through to identify any new important points that have emerged, gaps, or other data that you need to include. Finally, editing is important to make sure your writing flows in an easy, readable way that makes sense, as well as reviewing punctuation and grammar.
“Abdominal obesity is linked to the development of high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes and high cholesterol. All these factors lead to atherosclerosis or the hardening of the arteries leading to stroke or heart attack. However, studies show that smoking alone can lead to atherosclerosis by harming the inner lining of your blood vessels and arteries and it also increases bad cholesterol (LDL) and lowers good cholesterol (HDL). Patients under 50 years old who suffer from heart attacks are smokers. Therefore, even if you lose that weight you are in no better condition if you have not quit smoking yet. Nevertheless, studies also show that those who quit smoking may gain extra pounds in a few months but can lose them all after six months, and are guaranteed to look, feel and smell a lot better than before.”