NutriMost, a weight loss program that has been steadily growing in popularity, released a promotional video to their website only to have it hijacked by a rival company. Healthy Living removed all references to NutriMost in the video and replaced them with “Can’t Lose Diet”, then uploaded it to their own website. Healthy Living even kept the personal testimonials from NutriMost’s consumers in the pirated version.
After getting a cease-and-desist letter, Healthy Living just replaced the stolen video with a briefer version. NutriMost has filed a lawsuit against Healthy Living for theft and loss of “goodwill and reputation”. They’re seeking compensation of at least $300,000 and a court order to prevent them from using the video on their site again.
NutriMost is not a “fad diet”. It’s a revolutionary system that uses computer scanning technology to get to the root of the client’s health concerns and transpose their bodies from the inside out to a healthier balance and lifestyle. During the free consultation, you will get a Body Composition Analysis. This includes your metabolic age, BMI, and your water and fat percentage.
Upon registering for the program, you will learn valuable information such as foods that are biologically appropriate for your body and which foods you should avoid. Believe it or not, water is one of the most significant components of this plan. “If your body is not hydrated, your organs are not going to work well,” says NutriMost Nebraska Director Stefani Brown, “hydration is key to this program,”
NutriMost promises its customers they will lose anywhere from 20 to 45 pounds or more in 40 days. Through NRF (NutriMost resonant frequency technology) they can determine factors like controlling your appetite, detoxification, hormonal balancing, and fat burning and storage. The program is doctor supervised and doesn’t include drugs/hormones or prepackaged meals like most diets. Exercise is completely optional but is not required to start losing weight. Camille Wiens, the health coach for NutriMost Nebraska in Grand Islands, stated that “When you are done and get through this program, we have pretty much given you all the tools to go on and have a healthy life.”