Dodge the biggest laptop-buying mistakes with these handy tips and tricks

Even if you’ve owned a few laptops and know what features you like, that doesn’t make you immune to some of the most common laptop buying problems. We can all be suckered in by a pretty screen or high-end features, even if we don’t really need them. That’s what this guide will help you avoid, and help you make sure that what you’re buying is what you need now and in the future, and not something that’s beyond your budget or necessities.

Here’s our list of the most common laptop buying mistakes, so you can leave all potential regrets at the door. If you’d rather have some help buying a desktop, these are our favorites for 2019. We’ve also put together a roundup of the best Black Friday laptop deals if you’re holding out for something more affordable.

Buying the cheapest available laptop

There are some great budget laptops out there, but just because they’re cheap doesn’t mean they’re going to do the job you want or have all the features you need.

Let’s say you’re deciding between a dual-core and quad-core processor. You want to run many applications at once, but you chose the dual-core processor because it’s a little less expensive. Now you have a system that’s not as powerful as your needs demand, and that problem will plague you until it’s time to buy again.

Rather than jumping for the lowest price, it’s best to find the laptop that will actually serve your needs and then cross-reference that with your budget.

Paying too much

What did I do??????????????????????????? I pay to much when this one is the same or better and cheaper!

Conversely, the best laptops in the world might tick every box, but if you pay for features or hardware you don’t need, you’re just wasting your money.

Chances are good that if a laptop strains your budget, it has something that you don’t need. A new MacBook Pro with top-specifications can cost up to $6,000 — but very few people need 4TB of storage space on their laptop. You can get yourself the same machine with the exact same specifications apart from less storage for half that price, and you can get plenty of cheap storage from an external drive.

Gaming laptops can be notoriously expensive too, but if you’re only playing indie games you don’t need all that hardware. Buy what you need, and try not to go overboard.

Buying a laptop “for today”

It’s an old bit of advice, but it still holds true. Unless you are obsessed with getting the latest tech, a new laptop should last a few years, and likely more if you want to save money on another purchase. Instead of buying a laptop exclusively for your needs right now, you should buy one for where you think you’ll be in a couple of years.

You might be tempted to opt for a base model for its low price tag, with something like 4GB of RAM and a 128GB solid-state drive. That’s going to limit its long-term appeal, though, because it will quickly run out of storage space and may not handle multiple applications well. Going for a step-up model with a bigger drive and more RAM is probably a good idea.

Ignoring ports and compatibility

Not all laptops include the ports you depend on. Many modern laptops, like our favorite Dell XPS 13, only have Thunderbolt 3 and USB-C ports. If you need USB-A or an SD card reader, make sure your chosen laptop has those specific ports before buying or budget for an adapter.

Opting for the highest available resolution

A device boasting a 4K display is certainly worth more than a cursory glance, but it’s not always the right choice as smaller screens don’t let you enjoy the full benefit of the higher resolution.

Worse still, 4K screens can have a big impact on your device’s battery life. Many 4K notebooks have lackluster endurance with higher resolution screens and really, you won’t see a lot of benefits. Unless you’re buying a super high-end gaming laptop or one with a huge screen, we’d recommend 1080p for savings on your wallet and battery life.

Not trying before buying

If you can, always give the laptop you’re considering a proper test drive before buying. Many everyday laptops are available for testing at big brick-and-mortar stores such as Apple, Best Buy, and the Microsoft Store, allowing you to fiddle with the touchpad, keyboard, software interface, and other components that substantially differ from model to model.

It’s easy to overlook the importance of features absent from the spec sheet, such as the touchpad’s responsiveness or the visibility of a glossy screen in daylight, and there’s just no substitution for getting a real hands-on feel of what it’s like to use.

Thinking size doesn’t matter

Size matters, especially when it comes to a laptop. Whereas a bigger display allows for a more expansive and often better viewing experience, it also cuts into the portability factor. A laptop’s size often determines the size of the keyboard and trackpad, meaning you’ll likely be cramped when opting for a laptop measuring less than 13 inches.

The best way to figure out what you need is to consider how you’ve used laptops in the past. A smaller ultra book may be a viable option for frequent travelers, but for those looking for a standard laptop, you’ll probably want to opt for one with a 13.3- or 14-inch screen. If you rarely leave your home with your system, consider a 15.6-inch model for maximum screen real estate.

Becoming obsessed with one specification

Tunnel vision is bad news when buying a laptop. While it’s fun to pit spec sheets against each other, avoid picking out one particular specification as your favorite and only looking at that factor. While you should have a baseline specification in mind — to make sure that you get the performance you need, don’t obsess over maximizing on any single specification.

It’s easy to be excited about paying a little extra for double the RAM, for example, but most people don’t need any more than 8GB unless you are using some serious software for work purposes.

Likewise, don’t become obsessed with battery life, resolution, processor speed. If you’re on a budget, and most people are, you’ll need to learn to balance a variety of hardware. Make sure the laptop you want has the features and hardware you need, anything else that comes in under budget is just a bonus.

Not buying enough power

Ultrabooks have risen to become one of the most popular types of laptops, and it can be very tempting to automatically assume they are the best choice for you. They’re lightweight, small enough to fit easily into a briefcase or backpack, and the prices of many models — especially Chromebooks — are some of the lowest around. What’s not to love?

While most people will find the performance to be more than enough, creatives and professionals might need workstation-class hardware to handle the intensive software needed for their job. In particular, you may need something with a powerful graphics card, while most 13-inch ultra books use an integrated one.

Assuming a 2-in-1 is the same as a laptop

Tablets, 2-in-1s, and laptops are distinct categories. They aren’t interchangeable. While you can perform many tasks with a tablet and keyboard that you can with a laptop, the similarities soon end. Tablets remain far more constricting when it comes to multitasking, fast web browsing, using complex apps, or running demanding software. Their keyboards can be overly cramped too.

Just because something has a screen and a keyboard doesn’t mean that it can do everything a laptop can. This is the opposite mistake of getting focused too much on one spec — if you ignore all the specs, you’ll start making assumptions about what the machine can do, and that’s dangerous territory.

The bottom line

Buying a laptop is complex, but if you do so with care, you should land yourself a great piece of kit. Our reviews here at Digital Trends are a good start, where we walk you through every feature of a notebook and how it performed in our hands-on testing, from display quality to performance. We take an in-depth look and evaluate every laptop we receive, including everything from the user interface and the display to performance and overall design.

Remember though, buying the right laptop for you means just that. Read everything you can about a prospective purchase, but when it comes time to break out your credit card, make the purchase that makes the most sense for you. And shop around for the best price too. You might be surprised what kind of deals you can find.We strive to help our readers find the best deals on quality products and services, and we choose what we cover carefully and independently. The prices, details, and availability of the products and deals in this post may be subject to change at anytime. Be sure to check that they are still in effect before making a purchase.

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The whole world is poorly nourished! The whole world does not have good food! The whole world does not have a good diet!

How many times have they told him: Look, get on Diet. Now notice something that when you are told to go on a diet among other things you are not told you are badly nourished or you do not have good bone feeding although these three are related but it is not the same, this of course is more applicable to how we Latinos express ourselves. But the concepts do not matter the language is has its specific meanings. So let’s consider this first and then we’ll see other issues to consider.

I want to tell you that part of the information I am making references or reliable sources but you do your research since I have my point of view also on this matter of diets.

Diet, nutrition, and food are terms that are confused and that many use as if they were the same, but they have substantial differences. I explain them to you:

What is nutrition?

Nutrition is the use that our body makes of nutrients. It is a biological process in which organisms assimilate solid and liquid foods.

Nutrition includes the processes of ingestion, digestion, absorption, metabolism, storage, and excretion of food. In simple terms, it is the operation at the cellular level.

As a science, Nutrition is responsible for studying the physiological and metabolic development that takes place at the time we ingest some external substance.

What is food?

Food is the action of eating food. Food is understood as any solid or liquid product that provides nutrients.

The food can be of animal or vegetable origin, as well as natural (raw) or with some preparation (from its production, transformation, and consumption).

We all have a food culture that we learn and share according to our beliefs, knowledge, and practices in our social group.

What is diet?

Diet is the set of foods you eat every day. If you consume the quantity and quality of nutrients you need, you have a balanced diet, if instead you do not provide your body with its basic requirements, your diet is unbalanced or incorrect. Now let’s consider the second question that is:
What was the original Diet or can we say; What is necessary for us to understand the diet of our first parents Adan and Eva? Let’s see.

Quoting from an article written by Ricardo Vargas And God said: Behold, I have given you every plant that gives seed, which is over all the earth, and every tree in which there is fruit and which gives seed; they will be for you to eat ”(Gen. 1:29)

Already in the first chapter of the Bible, there is an orientation on what should be the food of the human being. But it is important to understand what foods were part of this original diet. Every herb that gives seed is an expression that refers to cereals (rice, wheat, oats, corn, rye, barley) and legumes (beans, chickpeas, lentils, peas, soybeans, lupines, peanuts).

And every tree in which there is fruit and gives seed is a reference to fruits and also oil seeds (chestnuts in general). They will be for you to eat, that is, that was the original feeding of Adam and Eve. We must remember that God always has lessons to teach us through His Word. In the context in which Adam and Eve lived in Eden, where there was no death, that must be their nourishment. Do you think something is missing?

Hard-leafed vegetables and vegetables were not part of the original food in Eden. What is the reason? The original food served all the needs of the couple. There was no need to eat other foods. We must remember that, in Eden, before sin reigned order, there was no death, ailments or any type of suffering such as being emotional disorders

However, after sin, it is undone and as a consequence, the ailments arise, because the incorruptible body becomes corruptible. The context, now, is another. The human being is mortal. But God’s love for the couple does not change and now he adds something else to the original diet.
They say the following words: Thorns and thistles will produce you (referring to the earth, the soil); and you will eat field plants (Gen. 3:18). Field plants What is the motivation of God to allow the man to eat of the “plants of the field”? God is love, goodness, mercy, but also wisdom. He allows the couple to eat these previously prohibited foods because there are bio active compounds, these are functional foods.

When and why can we add that man was allowed to eat meat?

The meat-based regime: A result of sin God gave our first parents the food he had established that the human race should consume. It was contrary to his plan to take the life of any living being. There was no death in Eden. The fruit of the trees in the garden was the food demanded by the needs of man. God did not give man permission to consume animal food until after the flood.  All that on which man could survive had been destroyed, and therefore the Lord, because of human need, gave Noah permission to eat the clean animals that he had brought with him in the ark. But animal food was not the healthiest consumer item for man.

The people who lived before the flood ate food of animal origin and gratified their appetite until the cup of iniquity was filled, and God cleansed the earth from its moral contamination through the flood. Then the third terrible curse rested on the earth. The first curse was pronounced on the posterity of Adam and on the earth, because of disobedience. The second curse came upon the earth after Cain killed his brother Abel.

 The third and most terrible curse of God came upon the earth with the flood. After the flood people ate mostly food of animal origin. God saw that man’s customs had been corrupted, and that he was willing to exalt himself proudly against his Creator and to follow the opinions of his own heart. And it allowed the long-lived race to eat food of animal origin to abbreviate its sinful existence. Soon after the flood the human race began to decrease in size and longevity.

Antediluvian depravaty:

The inhabitants of the ancient world ate and drank intemperance. They consumed meat even though God had not given them permission to eat it. They ate and drank excessively, and their depraved appetites were unlimited. They surrendered to an abominable idolatry. They became violent and fierce, and so corrupted, that God could not endure them any longer. His cup was overflowing with iniquity, so God cleansed the earth of his moral defilement by a flood.

As men multiplied after the flood, they forgot about God and became corrupt before him. All forms of intemperance increased greatly. The failure and spiritual loss of Israel: The regime indicated to man at the beginning did not include any food of animal origin. Until after the flood when all vegetation disappeared from the earth, man did not receive permission to eat meat.

By pointing out the food for man in Eden, the Lord demonstrated what was the best diet; in the election he made for Israel he taught the same lesson. He brought the Israelites out of Egypt, and undertook the task of educating them to be his people. Through them he wanted to bless and teach the world. He supplied them with the most adequate food for this purpose, not meat, but manna, “the bread of heaven.”

But because of their discontent and their murmuring about the meat pots of Egypt they were granted animal feed, and this only for a short time. Its consumption brought diseases and death for thousands. However, they never willingly accepted the restriction of having to eat without meat. This remained a cause of discontent and murmuring, in public and private, so that it was never permanent.

When settling in Canaan, the Israelites were allowed to consume food of animal origin, but under prudent restrictions aimed at mitigating the poor results. The use of pork was prohibited, as was that of other animals, certain birds and certain fish declared unclean. Of the animals declared edible, fat and blood were banned. Only healthy cattle could be consumed. No animal has torn, morticing, or that had not been carefully bled, could serve as food.


Well now having considered these topics I will express the following based on my research my own personal experience since as I told you in another article I lost 200 pounds while being in a Rehabilitation Center and talking and interacting with so many doctors, nurses, nutritionists, psychologists in hospitals and offices local. The first point I want to mention is that there are about 50 popular diets, but it is not what I want to focus on because you do your own research on these. But I will mention two specific points. 1) -Every Diet should always be supervised by your doctor.

2) -All Diets have their Pro and Cons. Many people and this in our culture is a bad habit to be recommending Diets and Medications without knowing the physical and emotional conditions of people. You and I have to understand that each person is different even if you read each diet program correctly, they will see that they are directed to different conditions such as Diabetes, Heart Problems, among others. The issue is that many diets have deprivations as one that tells you not to consume absolutely any carbohydrates for the first few months just to give an example.

But is that healthy?

There are diets that are still studying more and others that have already been proven that some even problems such as intestines, liver among other things as a result of these diets. Of course, the principle of these diets if they have the same principle that is to give more attention to fruits and vegetables as mentioned as at the beginning.

It should also be mentioned that I have even read that some doctors clearly say that most of these diets do not work and that they only work for the short term, so the word diet should not be promoted, but a good Food Routine Program with Good Nutrition and exercises and something It is very important that in some cases if you have to do SPECIAL DIETS for any condition that could prohibit you from eating certain foods. I give a recommendation that will not affect anyone and this is something that my doctors recommended to me and this is to use what is known as FITNESSPAL, this program is not a diet but to measure everything I explain. So more or less you will see this application this the link

Basically you put your data including weight, height, and your goal and according to that it tells you how many calories you should consume and the percentage of proteins, carbohydrates, sodium, etc you should consume per day and it is important that you put the information well if it is bread as the Bread brand since each one has different calories or nutrients.

Of course, I emphasize what your doctor tells you and if you do diet that you feel good about what you do, it is a matter of changing habits, do not eat late at night, avoid certain things, but notice something is not about ELIMINATING BUT DECREASE USE COMMON SENSE, DO RESEARCH FOLLOW YOUR DOCTOR. REMEMBER use common sense, consult with your doctor do not get carried away by what nobody tells you to act wisely in the long run is our health not the other, and that what one does is for the rest of life there is the key that Our Nutritional Nutrition Program is a Balanced Diet and supervised by your doctor and yourself.

Good luck. Success.



Around the world, different traditional days are celebrated, some others that are considered official, such as in the United States, are recognized as OFFICIAL 21 of these days.

Others are rather personal and family level as is the wedding anniversaries and although there is also the influence of cultures or traditions including pagans are the birthdays.

We know that many celebrations call him “Religious” or “Christians”, others and recognizing Impacting People in History, some are beneficial for workers since they are paid for not working that day generally speaking and depending on companies or corporations.

The issue is that holidays and celebrations have been a fundamental part of human society throughout the world more in some countries since some celebrate things that for example here in the United States do not celebrate certain days or that are not recognized as Officials.

Having said all this and no matter what religion you practice or your personal beliefs I have to share a feeling that if you reflect well you will notice a common denominator.
But before I say it, I will ask these questions first, they will take us to the Common Denominator.

Why do you celebrate the holidays? Just because others do it? Do you know what you celebrate?
But the most important question of all is and in particular certain days is; Why has the government set these holidays and who benefits from all this?

Mostly and through generations, people, in general, observe days just because others do it or tradition or just some don’t care about point. Now some days do not affect you to say so because it simply does not involve, for example, free days at work or any celebration through parties on the street or at homes such as race day or the birth of a President-elect.

But what about the day of fathers or mothers, the famous Holloween or day of the witches or the saints or the dead according to the country, the day of thanksgiving and the most famous Christmas next to the New Year.

What do these days we just mentioned have in common?

It involves time and, above all, economic expenses.

Then we return to the original questions read them again they are now realizing where my address is. Well, I will confess that if some religious implications or beliefs are simply not based on Christianity as they want to project and the most outstanding thing about this is that even the same religion as Catholic in their encyclopedias admit this. So it is already clear that point and in my next articles, I will explain more details about the origins of these days what people believe and if it is correct or not.

In the United States, people are only projected to spend more than 10 billion dollars on Holloween alone and now imagine Christmas but also credit cards billions of dollars in debts with interest because people simply do not have the cash to spend on gifts or other related things.

So and to get to the point, I will express in short the answers to the questions we mentioned at the beginning?

The first thing is that if you are a person who is interested in knowing the truth of the things that do your research on this and other issues that affect it, it is Educational, Religious and Economically.

Second; Once well informed act according to what you know now with practical wisdom because the truth is that all these days of Christians have nothing but COMMERCE, the more days or observations more money for companies and the government for taxes to be paid and credit card companies realized, while you are a slave to them. Reason with me for a moment.

If I know that for example Christmas is based on an alleged Santa Claus or that the child Jesus was born in December but his research reveals that this is false, then because being a slave to something that has nothing to do with God and that if you He wants to make a gift when he can and from the heart, not because one day he tells him what he has to do.

And people do not realize that this is not sincere, some people never seek their mothers or fathers and come and make their gift and already think they did their duty.

Thanksgiving, they pray to God supposedly once a year but that is supposed to be done every day another HYPOCRISIES.

And the day of the witches or dead the famous Holloween, spirits, demons and witchcraft brutal murders and that is what their children celebrate and adults too and I do not want to say what they seem, well although it is a personal matter but if after all these factors I think there is nothing more to say. So what do you think now?



More and more people join what is known as a healthy lifestyle. Moving, keeping fit and eating healthy and low calorie foods has been the basis for feeling better inside and out, while losing some weight and taking care of our body.

The problem is how fashionable it has become to ‘take care of ourselves’ that it begins to be quite confusing which doctrines and maxims must be truly followed to lose weight in a healthy and balanced way. It will probably have happened to you: you heard that such a habit was essential to take off a few kilos in a few weeks, and after insisting on repeating it daily to you it did not give you any results. Maybe it was one of these, and it didn’t work because they are fake. Stop blindly following the fashion food tips, not only have no effect on your physical form, they can also ruin your health.

Skipping Meals
Sometimes, delaying the time to have a snack and even skip a meal makes us feel lighter and think that we are losing weight faster than if we follow the three or five shots that our regime poses to the letter. Error! The body needs energy to function and food is its fuel. By eating our metabolism, it activates and burns fat (we talk about moderate amounts and healthy foods), but if we are fasting or skipping food, we make it difficult for you to do your job well and in the long term starvation will only lead to more weight gain.

Shock diets work
Be careful with dietary recommendations that sound extreme: the diet of apple, lollipop or artichoke, although popular, do not work. At least not in the long term, and keep in mind that numerous studies have shown that when we regain weight shortly after having made a ‘miraculous diet’, we can get to fit up to twice the lost kilos. Not only that, eating a single food for several days can weaken your immune system, which will make you more likely to fall ill.

The body needs all kinds of food to keep fit and, as we said, work to burn calories. Sweet, sour or bitter, with more or less calories or fat, always in proportions and amounts appropriate to your height, weight, lifestyle and weight loss goals

3. Eating healthy foods is expensive
It doesn’t have to. It is true that the growing organic and organic food industry offers somewhat higher prices, but they also exist in other types of shops at affordable prices and are equally healthy and varied. In addition, having a piece of fruit to quench your appetite and not snack between meals can result in a great saving in consumption of junk food. Check out at the end of the month and you will see how to eat vegetables, prepare a homemade stew and always have nuts to snack in.

'Ay dios, ¿cuáles cogemos, niña?', preguntó alertada la consumidora a su hija. (iStock)

4. Healthy food is boring

Neither expensive nor boring. At the most, it may give you some laziness to start chopping food and taking out the casseroles, but, as the food expert Anwaya Mane says, “the abs are made in the kitchen”, and it does not refer precisely to you throwing yourself on the floor to practice a table of maintenance exercises but to the basis for us to lose weight begins by maintaining a healthy and balanced diet.

5. If you exercise you can swell to eat
What’s up In fact, exercise is the part of our ‘healthy life’ that later influences that we lose weight. Of course you burn fat, but it is quite likely that you lack some essential nutrients that the body needs to build muscle or simply have enough fuel to perform properly in sports training. In line with Mane’s philosophy, remember: first the diet and then the weights.

6. Carbohydrates make you fat
Bread, rice and pasta contain carbohydrates that provide energy to the body. That is, fuel to activate our metabolism. Of course, try to eat them with moderation and always seeks to do some kind of exercise – minimum walking for a while – to make sure you burn them. Of course, look for low-fat dressings so that your food is not a caloric pump.

Stop blindly following the fashion food tips, not only have no effect on your physical form, they can also ruin your health

It is strongly recommended to opt for the integrals instead of the refined ones, but make no mistake: both have practically the same amount of calories so they gain the same weight. Of course, the former raise the blood sugar level to a lesser extent with the interesting advantages that this entails.

7. Water Slimming
No. It helps to lose weight because it regulates body temperature, facilitates digestion, keeps us hydrated and makes the body clean, but by itself it has no magic effect. It is true that it can help us to satisfy our appetite and if we drink during meals we could reduce the size of our rations, even food experts have shown that the sensation of thirst can be confused with that of hunger, so when you want to snack between meals try to have a drink before eating a snack. But only water no.

Low fat or ‘light’ equal to zero calories
Lie. In fact, foods that are presented as low fat may have fewer calories than their original version, but never zero. In addition, ‘without sugar’ is translated as ‘with artificial sweeteners’, not to mention the preservatives that are added to these products to give them their recognizable ‘light’ flavor.

And that’s not all. As a study published in the journal ‘Trends in Endocrinology and Metabolism’ showed, the consumption of this type of food in the long term can translate into health problems such as a greater tendency to obesity, to suffer from type 2 diabetes and also syndrome metabolic that, among other things, increases cardiovascular disease. The next time you choose to include any of these foods in your diet, look carefully at the nutritional label and avoid being deceived.



Let me see, Is this good or not?

How many of us, have we ever met in front of the mirror thinking: I want to lose weight.
The best-known strategy is to look everywhere for the perfect diet, the pill that is fashionable or the recipe that my friend’s cousin recommended.

Anyway, the only objective in the mind is to lower those extra kilos and now. The end result is to return to the starting point, facing the same mirror thinking: once again the diet did not work.

The main mistake is that we repeat the same strategy, seeking to achieve different results.

But, diets do not work in the long term simply and simply: because they are obsolete (period).

If you have been in this situation constantly, and you are looking for a definitive solution, the best option is not a change of diet, the only solution is a change of mind. Do you want to know how to achieve it?

If you are making plans for a year, seed rice; if you make them for two decades, plant trees; if you do them for a lifetime, educate a person.

Our life these days is too dynamic, we are constantly moving, we live in a world with job responsibilities, educational, social commitments, family obligations, it is too complicated to count calories and grams to achieve the diet and also comply with everything else. It is too confusing and exhausting, so we generally abort the “I want to be fit” mission.

Losing weight is a serious problem that thousands of people around the world face. Metabolic consequences such as the appearance of chronic diseases (diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular diseases, etc.) are evident. So maintaining an adequate weight has been reported with an immediate action priority.

Today’s diets are outdated because they don’t adapt to current circumstances and that’s why WE DON’T DO THEM. For several years the scheme managed has not evolved while the lives of people have.

Today, we live in a world that is in a hurry, productivity has tripled and the demands of today’s world carry demands that force us to completely displace our food.

What is needed is to solve the problem from the root, and this is only achieved by building new life habits from scratch.

The objective of this article is to explain why changing habits is the best strategy for weight loss and maintenance.
The mistakes of a typical diet

A typical diet is one that tells you to eat every day, you have a menu with fixed foods per day and generally have defined portions. The following example represents some commonly found diets:

Breakfast Lunch Dinner: Look at this example.

1 fruit + 200ml of milk + 120g of bread125g of grilled breast + portion of vegetables acted cheese + Drink without milk

Skimmed yogurt + 60g oatmeal 125g smoked salmon + serving of vegetables 200g steamed rice + vegetable potion

1 hard-boiled egg + tea125gr of roast beef + ½ serving of avocado Vegetable soup

1 fruit + 200ml of milk + 120g of bread125g of grilled breast + portion of vegetables1 can of tuna with 40g of whole wheat bread

+ 60g of oatmeal125g of smoked salmon + portion of vegetables acted cheese + Milk-free drink

1 fruit + 200ml of milk + 120g of bread125gr of roasted meat + ½ serving of avocado Vegetable soup

1 cup milk chocolate + turkey breast sandwich 125g grilled breast + vegetable portion 200g steamed rice + vegetable potion

This diet makes the following mistakes:
It is not personal, because everyone has different energy needs and a different daily routine.

It would be difficult for you to take it to the individual context.
It limits you because the options it tells you to eat are square.
It does not take into account your tastes and preferences, so you have little adherence.

It focuses on the result and not on the process of change. It does not generate habits.

Portions are poorly designed. They are very strict and impossible to follow.

The effect is temporary. Weight loss is only achieved during the diet, once you return to your “normal” diet you also retake the initial weight or even gain weight (rebound effect).

Diets are unnecessary, are not permanent and are a useless strategy when looking to maintain long-term results.
In the second article, we will see some myths of very interesting diets and that I have always thought so even before doing this research and see this article.