Nutrimost filed a lawsuit in Federal Court claiming that its rival, Healthy Living, stole a video promoting a new weight loss program belonging Nutrimost. Nutrimost claims that Healthy living removed all references associated with Nutrimost and replaced those with “Cant Lose Diet”.
It is stated in the lawsuit testimonials by customers of Nutrimost were kept, even that of the author of the diet, Dr. Ray Wisniewski. Both videos claim that because of the technology, a person can lose up to 25 to 45 pounds of weight in 40 days or less. The weight loss programs both claim no harmful drugs are used, you will never feel hungry, and you don’t even have to exercise.
In addition to the above claims, no surgery or hormones are needed to lose weight, and there are no prepackaged meals to eat. It is a program that’s monitored by a doctor and safe.
Healthy Living received a cease-and-desist letter in September, but the video was still shown, although it was shorter than the original version. To date, the video has not been shown since, and Nutrimost has asked the court to continue to keep Healthy Living from ever showing the pirated video again, and has asked for a minimum of $300,000 in damages as a result of the video theft.
Nutrimost is a weight loss company that calls itself the Ultimate Weight Loss System. It’s principal is Dr. Ray Wisniewski, a chiropractor from Pennsylvania who practices what he calls pastoral medicine.
The weight loss system will allow a person to lose 25 to 40 pounds of body weight in 40 days in a manner that’s safely monitored by a doctor. The program also affords the patient not to eat prepackaged meals, use unsafe drugs, or even fell hungry while using the program.