Weight loss program giant Nutrimost is suing Healthy Living in Federal Court over a video that was stolen off the Nutrimost website. The promotional video stolen was placed on the website can’tlosediet.com, a website run by rival Healthy Living.
On the video that was played by Healthy Living, any reference to Nutrimost was deliberately deleted, and new references were made for Healthy Living, calling it the “Can’t Lose Diet”. Customer testimonials that belonged to Nutrimost, as well as comments from the author of the weight loss program, Dr. Ray Wisniewski, were included in the pirated video.
Both videos have identical content in their videos, except for the program references. Both diets are said to be totally safe and monitored by doctors, and there is no surgery involved. Each video also states that a person using the program will not feel hungry, need exercise, or use any drugs or hormones. There are no prepackaged meals either. The programs also make the claim that 25 to 45 lbs of fat can be lost in as little as 40 days.
Healthy Living ignored a cease-and-desist order by the courts by still playing the stolen video, although it was modified by being shorter than the original.
It looks as if the stolen video is off Healthy Living’s website for the time being, and Nutrimost is wanting the courts to make that permanent. In addition, they want Healthy Living to pay at least $300,000 in damages.
Nutrimost has the most advanced weight loss program on the market. A person can lose up to 40 lbs of fat in as little as 40 days. It’s safe, and it is actively monitored my medical professionals.
There is no hunger, and no exercise. There is no use of drugs on this program, and no prepackaged meals.