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The book explores everything from Weight Watchers to diet foods' labels. Broadly spoke to Phillips about his decision to blast the health food industry and what's really going on at diet companies. This interview has been condensed and edited. When I started off making food, I wasn't doing all these horrible things.
Then once I took on investors and got a bigger level and the market demanded things, it started getting to me—all the games and the lies we had to tell to continue to sell food and have a market share.
I just hated all the manipulation. When dieters fail, how do companies use that as an opportunity to upsell people? I used to listen to Weight Watchers recordings. When the women went to those meetings and they're upset, even if they're upset with Weight Watchers, whatever they're upset with, they're literally primed to buy what they're recommended next.
That's the coaching model that they have: the group meet.
It's from a business point of view a really genius move, because everyone thinks they're being coached and supported, and it's just a giant emotional sales meeting. My old company used the same model. We didn't do it as well as they did, but we did use it for a while.
We knew that if you can get them on the phone for coaching, they would pay for coaching, but they would also listen to whatever you say, because they're talking to sales person and they don't realize that.
That's a shitty thing. Does Oprah's involvement in Weight Watchers play in the same way, since she acts as an emotional guru for women to follow?
Deep down, I like to believe that Oprah means the best. But she's a very shrewd business woman, too, and she looks at the bottom line—she must. I really can't speak for Oprah, but it's business. If everyone loses weight, we don't have customers. We need people to not get too far from their weight. On top of that, the whole point thing. We used a similar thing; we designed a color coding system that kind of copied it.
That kind of point system takes people's mind off that they are eating. It just allows you to sell them more products—that's literally the point of it. When you do something like that, like the points for example, it puts [on] their minds [that] health bars are on the same scale as kale.
It's on the same playing field as any type of vegetable or lean meat.
All of a sudden you forget what you're eating and you just pay attention to the point or the colors. Photo via Flickr user slgckgc Do you think women specifically are being targeted and kind of being taken advantage of by the health food industry and the health industry in general? That's one of the sickest parts of [the industry].
Last time I checked, [Weight Watchers was] 90 percent women. We almost have to target them. When I worked with one of three biggest food retailers in the United States, we used marketing to target women in every way you could think of.
Some of the big ones were playing to their insecurities—we literally designed marketing materials for the thigh gap. When you hold your arm out and you shake the flab on your arm, we would write stuff about that.
We would absolutely play to the feminist thing.