Nutrimost slammed its rival in the weight loss business over a promotional video Nutrimost claimed Healthy Living stole from them. The video stolen was being shown on the Healthy Living website can’tlosediet.com, and was eerily identical to the original.
The lawsuit that was filed in Federal Court states that all references to Nutrimost were removed from the original video and replaced with those for Healthy Living, the “Can’t Lose Diet“. Testimonials from Nutrimost customers were kept including one from the author of the program, Dr. Ray Wisniewski.
Dr. Wisniewski is a practicing chiropractor from Pennsylvania and practices “pastoral medicine”. Pastoral medicine is the combination of spiritual health wisdom and understanding and science.
In videos for both companies, identical claims to their programs were made. First and most importantly, the claim of losing 25 to 45 lbs in 40 days were made. In addition to that claim, claims of no exercise being needed and no feeling of being hungry were asserted.
Even while being presented with a cease-and-desist order, Healthy Living kept showing the video on their website, although it was shown as being a little shorter. And, to date, the video has not resurfaced on their site.
Nutrimost wants to take things a step further. They want the courts to keep the video from ever being shown on the Healthy Living website again. In addition to barring them, they want over $300,000 in damages for the theft of the video.
Nutrimost has the most advanced method of weight loss. They call themselves the “Ultimate Fat Loss System”. In this system, you can lose up to 40 lbs in 40 days.
No exercise is necessary with this program, and you won’t feel hungry as with other weight loss programs. The program is safe, and they will actively monitor your progress.