Real Life Diabetes

Real Life Diabetes


Latest Episodes

Podcast #118: Noah Averbach-Katz | Searching for a Cache of Insulin Before It’s Too Late
April 29, 2022

Noah Averbach-Katz blew the doors off a recent Kickstarter campaign for a film that just began production. I believe his experience with live theater AND as a professional actor gave him the upper han

#117: Kalex Williams | You Look Fine, Come Back on Monday
March 23, 2022

Isnt it time to start injecting some much-needed diabetes humor to cut through the doom and gloom we face? Kalex Williams is a master at extracting positivity and he has to be one of the coolest peop

#116: Sean Kramer | That’s the Million Dollar Question
February 24, 2022

People living with diabetes are tired of waiting for a cure, but its not time to throw in the towel. Sean Kramer knows about this all too well. Sean is the fourth generation in his family to be livin

#115: Esi Akyere Mali Arthur Snodgrass | 33 Years in the Making
January 27, 2022

Demanding better care and not being afraid to ask for it, Esi Akyere Mali Arthur Snodgrass is helping others find their voice and live life knowing they are complete and whole. You got to get to know

#114: Insulin Pump Therapy Leaders | Defining Progress in Daily Diabetes Management, Part #2
December 03, 2021

Imagine a future where diabetes is the last thing on the mind of people living with it that is progress! In part #1 we got an inside look at how the insulin industry is spurring each other on to mak

#113: Brett Ryan Stewart | What Comes First, the Chicken or the Egg – Diabetes & OCD?
November 23, 2021

Ive joked, and/or compared my diabetes management to OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder), but hadnt met anyone living with both conditions until interviewing Brett Ryan Stewart. Brett is a Nashville

#112: Insulin Pump Therapy Leaders | Defining Progress in Daily Diabetes Management, Part #1
November 10, 2021

The world of diabetes management is growing at an expeditiousrate, so how do we define progress in this space? Great question, and one I couldnt resolve myself so I brought in past podcast guest and

#111: Madison Thorn | “Sacrifice the Weak, Re-open Tennessee”
October 27, 2021

Its time to get rid of the word weak when talking about people navigating chronic illnesses. In reality, we are some of the strong, unique and resilient people in the world, and Madison Thorn is sp

#110: Ginger Vieira | Avoiding the Self Pity Track
October 17, 2021

Ginger Vieira learned quickly that it turns out there is a whole lot you can still do even while dealing with diabetes when you approach yourself kindly rather than getting stuck in self pity. She is

#109: Charles Mattocks | Slow Down the Forward Progress
September 22, 2021

When Charles Mattocks was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, he was given little to no education on how to manage this disease so he took matters into his own hands. After getting his own health back on