In this world that we live in, what are we truly able to call our own if we cannot even name the property or goods that we purchase, produce, or create as our own? When we as individuals work so hard for something, just to have that same thing taken away from us, it is within our own instinct to automatically want to get it back. This is how weight loss company NutriMost reacted after rival company Healthy Living “supposedly” stole their advertising video. Healthy Living is being sued for using all of Nutrimost’s content, customer testimonials, and weight loss promises. The website is currently inactive, but shortly after being served, Healthy Living continued to show an abbreviated version of the advertisement.
NutriMost states that 20-40 lbs of weight can be lost in the first 40 days. There are living testaments to this claim; however, an individual must be willing to put in the work and make the appropriate lifestyle changes. This program produces results when individuals show a dedication to transforming his or her daily lifestyle habits such as eating healthy (organic foods and more vegetables), watching the intake of vegetables, and knowing the fat to muscle ratio and how much weight “needs” to be lost and how much muscle “needs” to built.
A weight loss plan such as NutriMost can be a life-changing event as well. For some over weight individuals it is not just about the weight, there is a health component that is tied into their condition as well. When the weight is lost, the condition may be alleviated. NutriMost is tailored to the needs of each patient and is structured in a way that it helps each person to keep his or her weight off which in turn equals success.