RAD is really all about how you can get yourself to exercise and eat smart . . . to win the race against diabetes.




"Diabetics have a solemn duty: we must save our families and friends from diabetes, from dying in misery from diabetes or watching us die in misery. And we can."

--RAD co-founder Terry












Free “I’m Racing Against Diabetes” T-shirts still

RAD shirtWe’re still giving away “I’m Racing Against Diabetes” T-shirts to motivate you to train for the race, to lead a team, to save everyone who’ll ask you about the shirt.

When you’re standing in line at the grocery store wearing your “I’m Racing” shirt, folks will ask, “When’s the race?”

What an opening for you! You get to tell them it’s right now, and they’re in it; do they know any diabetics, and will they join your team?

“I’m Racing” shirts are also great reinforcement for your commitment to win the race–wear yours when you go to Hometown Buffet, and you won’t be able to pig out!


We only have the T-shirts in adult sizes. If you’d like one and promise to wear it, email us, tell us your size (men’s S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL), and tell us what’ll you’ll do to earn your free shirt (hint: promise to team up, commit, schedule exercise, and eat smart). Email us at terryandpatty@racingagainstdiabetes.com



Contributions are good, so we can give  away more T-shirts.  We want everyone  in the U.S. wearing one!

You’ll have to send any donations to RADF  by snail-mail.  Sorry!  (Terry has learned a lot doing all  this, but he’s not ready to set up on-line donations . . . .  Plus we’re not such pro’s at this that we  could absolutely guarantee someone couldn’t hack in and steal credit card  numbers.)  If you want to help us buy  more T-shirts, please send a tax-deductible contribution to Racing Against  Diabetes Foundation at:


P.O. Box 86301

San Diego, CA 92138-6301

We’ll send you back an acknowledgement for tax purposes—and our  sincere thanks!


Why free T-shirts? 

—Because when you wear yourI’m RAD” T-shirt, you’re committed!  You won’t let yourself be a couch  potato when you wear it, and you’ll get support from everyone who sees it!

Plus you’ll help get the message out—that we all need to start  training to win the Race Against Diabetes!


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