Nutrimost invoked the Federal Court recently by filing a lawsuit against rival weight loss program rival Healthy Living. In the lawsuit, Nutrimost claims Healthy Living stole a promotional video off its website and used it on their own. Healthy Living is accused of keeping customer testimonials from the original video as well as comments by the author of the program Dr. Ray Wisniewski. Dr. Wisniewski is a chiropractor from Pennsylvania.
All references made to Nutrimost on the original video were deleted, a claim made by Nutrimost, and new ones referencing the “Can’t Lose Diet” were placed on can’tlosediet.com, the website by Healthy Living.
Both programs are identical in the videos, court records show. Both advertise that a person can lose 25 to 45 pounds in 40 days or less. In addition to the weight loss claim, no exercise is needed and no one has to feel hungry. Also in this program, there needs to be no unnecessary surgery or the use of hormones or drugs.
A cease-and-desist order was received by Healthy Living but it was ignored as the pirated video was still shown. The only difference was the video was shortened.
Nutrimost wants over $300,000 in damages as a result of the pirated video, and it also wants the courts to keep Healthy Living from ever playing it again. So far, there is no video on the Healthy Living website.
Dr. Ray Wisniewski is a pioneer in this new and revolutionary way to lose weight. He has been practicing “pastoral medicine” for years, which is the blending of spiritual health wisdom and understanding with science.
Nutrimost’s weight loss program is safe and actively monitored by a doctor. A person can lose between 25 and 40 pounds of body fat while using the program.