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Rosie’s Wish Community Development Corporation (RWCDC) is a not-for-profit community-based organization that

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Health and Wellness Programs:
Rehabilitation and Mentoring Outreach Services (RAMOS)
RAMOS will include clinical services that will be administered

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About

Want to know more about Rosie’s Wish? Rosie’s Wish Community Development Corporation (RWCDC) is a not-for-profit community-based organization that is committed to developing and promoting health and wellness […]






Programs

Health and Wellness Programs: Rehabilitation and Mentoring Outreach Services (RAMOS) RAMOS will include clinical services that will be administered by highly qualified clinicians and/or doctors who will provide […]






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Take care of your diabetes to live a long and healthy life and do all the things your friends do.

Make healthy food choices

  • Choose fruits and vegetables, whole grain breads, low-fat meats, low-fat or skim milk and cheese, whole grain or brown rice, and beans. Eat breakfast, lunch, dinner, and one or two snacks.
  • Try to eat at the same time each day.
  • Baked, broiled, or grilled choices are best – remove skin and all the fat you see.
  • Use small amounts of oil and low-fat margarine, salad dressing, and mayo.
  • Avoid butter, fatty meats (like bacon and hot dogs), and fried foods.
  • Choose snacks wisely. Try fresh fruit, or one slice low-fat cheese and 5-6 crackers.

Be active

  • Play basketball or soccer, ride a bike, or go for a brisk walk.
  • Be active for 60 minutes every day. You can break it up into 20 minutes, three times a day.
  • Keep TV and computer time to less than two hours each day.

Be at a healthy weight

  • Eat small servings of food and be active. This can help with your blood glucose control and prevent weight gain.
  • Ask your doctor what a healthy weight is for you.

Take your medicine

  • Teens with type 1 need insulin. Teens with type 2 diabetes may need to take insulin or pills.
  • Make sure to take your medicine as instructed every day.

Check your blood glucose

  • Learn how to check your blood glucose at home with a meter. Your doctor will teach you how and tell you what your blood glucose should be.