February 22, 2018

BDP 060 | Kelly O’Connell Schmidt Interview, Diets and Offensive Diabetes Marketing

In this episode of the Blogging Diabetes Podcast I talk to Kelly Schmidt about diets, pancreas transplants, diet soda/energy drinks, vitamins and her site and services she provides.  There are so many different diets out there that are considered fad diets and it can be quite confusing.  Kelly breaks down what “eating Paleo” is all about and how it can benefit someone with type 1 or 2 diabetes.

Also mixed into this show is a bit of a rant by me about Liberty Medical and their marketing tactics.  I will say that I was probably the most fired up I’ve been in a long time related to diabetes on this subject.  Some companies really understand how to interact and provide valuable services to their customers and some really have no clue.  Check out the show and let me know what you think and if you have any similar experiences.

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Run time: 1:02:07

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