Nutrimost Files Federal Lawsuit Against Rival Healthy Living Over Stolen Video

Healthy Living was recently slapped with a Federal Lawsuit by weight loss rival Nutrimost over a stolen promotional video that was placed on Healthy Living’s website can’, and Nutrimost wants them to pay up.

Healthy Living removed any and all references to Nutrimost and replaced those references with “Can’t Lose Diet”. Customer testimonials were spared and used on the Healthy Living version of the video, as well as a testimonial by the founder of the weight loss system, Dr. Ray Wisniewski.

When comparing the videos, they are the same in their claims. They both claim for the patient to lose between 25 and 45 pounds, or even more, in 40 days. No unsafe drugs are used in either advertised program, and there is no hormone use either to accelerate weight loss.

A defiant Healthy Living disregarded a cease-and-desist order from the courts to stop showing the video. They did make one slight change, and that was the length of the video. It does seem that now, the video shown by Healthy Living hasn’t been on their website.

Nutrimost is looking for Healthy Living to pay over $300,000 in damages for loss of “goodwill and reputation”, and is asking the court to take steps so that the pirated promotional video will never be shown again.

The progressive and popular weight loss system by Nutrimost, who calls themselves the “Ultimate Fat Loss System”, states a person, without feeling hungry or exercising, can lose up to 40 pounds of weight in as little as 40 days. There are no drugs being administered, and there is no surgery required.

Dr. Ray Wisniewski, the founder of the program for Nutrimost, practices “pastoral medicine”. This medicine is the combination of leading science with spiritual health wisdom and understanding.