We have all been there: Countless diet companies promising their clients to lose a significant amount of weight quickly, but that also prove ineffective almost as rapidly as us normal people started the diet. To make matters worse, the time spent partaking in this flawed plan is seemingly torturous in nature, due to the hunger, mood swings, and general discouragement when results are not seen. Thankfully, us dieters have finally had our voices heard as of 2014 when the nontraditional diet company, NutriMost, was established. This company’s analysis of over two thousand genetic markers in our bodies using their exclusive technology has allowed them to craft foolproof plans guaranteeing favorable outcomes.
Those who have started a NutriMost diet are surprised that they do not feel hunger nor any sudden mood swings brought on by that hunger. With five or more pounds of fat being lost weekly throughout the course of the diet, clients become even more in favor of the company. Conclusively, the analysis of a person’s DNA contributes to the unignorable results demonstrated by NutriMost, but is also something that tends to get the company in trouble.
Recently, NutriMost fell victim to copyright infringement. The company’s influence in the dieting industry has gained them recognition, most of which has been negative. Healthy Living, the company’s greatest rival, grew tired of the constant irritation experienced trying to keep up with NutriMost. As a result, the company allegedly pirated NM’s advertising video. Giving the company the benefit of the doubt, NutriMost legally asked them to remove the video. Rather than simply doing that, the competitor published another video–one containing NutriMost clients in a way that conveyed them being in favor of Healthy Living’s “Can’t Lose Diet.” When NM could no longer be the nice guy in the situation, they decided to sue Healthy Living, and rightfully so.