Sassy Speakz Radio Presents The Sassy MC

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Back to the Future – What Will Your Presence Be in 2013?

Join The Sassy MC for 30-minutes of unscripted, “real talk” about determining what your presence will be in the New Year. This candid conversation will touch on reconciling last year’s successes and challenges as well as the rewards that come from remaining motivated despite our struggles. Are you ready to hit the ground running into the New Year? Sassy Speakz is going Back to the Future and identifying when and where we may have made a wrong or right turn while driving toward our goals. This show just might allow you to recognize a little piece of yourself, or someone you know.

Brought to you by Sassy Shirtz, Because EVERYTHING Is Attitude!



Holiday Shopping Extravaganza, Tampa Bay. Shop Local!

Michelle ClowerSassy Shirtz will be present at the Holiday Shopping Extravaganza, Monday, December 17th from 5PM to 9PM. Don’t miss the opportunity for discount sales on many unique items from our community.

Come out and get last-minute Christmas gifts, show your support to local vendors and say hello to The Sassy MC herself.

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Colorful Fruits, Vegetables May Be Key to Cancer-Fighting Diet

MONDAY, Nov. 26 (HealthDay News) — Many cancer-fighting fruits and vegetables are at their nutritional peak in the fall, and it’s a good time to incorporate them into your diet, a nutritional expert advises.

For example, research suggests that eating an apple a day really may keep the doctor away, by helping to prevent throat, mouth, lung and possibly breast cancer, noted Stacy Kennedy, a senior nutritionist at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston.

Apples contain a nutrient called quercetin, which protects the cell’s DNA from damage that could lead to cancer.

“The key is to eat them raw and with the skin on. That’s where many of the nutrients are found,” Kennedy said in an institute news release.

Cranberries, another healthy fall favorite, are in season and at their nutritional peak now. Kennedy suggested stocking up on bags of cranberries and freezing them for use throughout the year, because there is evidence that the benzoic acid found in these berries may inhibit lung and colon cancer, and some forms of leukemia.

Among the brightly colored fresh vegetables that are available at this time of year are beets, carrots and parsnips. Kennedy suggests serving generous portions of these.

“The brighter and richer the pigment, the higher the level of cancer-fighting nutrients,” Kennedy said.

Dark, leafy vegetables such as kale, broccoli, cabbage and Brussels sprouts are also important, she pointed out. People who eat plenty of these vegetables have lower rates of lung, prostate and stomach cancer.

“Kale is a top choice because it’s rich in phytonutrients called indoles, which stimulate liver detoxification and help fight cancer,” Kennedy said.

Orange vegetables such as carrots, sweet potatoes, squash and pumpkins are all packed with nutrients called carotenoids, which have been linked to the prevention of colon, prostate, breast and lung cancer, Kennedy said.

Color is key to finding cancer-fighting foods in any season, Kennedy added. “Eating a plant-based diet is the best way to help lower your risk of cancer all year long,” she said.

More information

The U.S. National Cancer Institute has more about cancer prevention.

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Thank You

This is our latest Sassy Shirtz Blog page, our Thank You Page.

Here we open our Blog to everyone to encourage you to post a Thank You to someone who has empowered you, supported you, inspired you, or who has made a difference in your life. It can be someone from your past or your now. Sassy Shirtz stands for empowerment, respect, appreciation and being the best that one can be. We hope that our passion to motivate women (and men) to be their best will spread. Here we can all join with our appreciation of others and share inspiring stories of those who have made a difference.

Who has inspired you? Everyone has a story… what’s yours?

We will post comments here as well as feature your Thank You on our Facebook and Twitter pages. If you would like to email your Thank You to Sassy Shirtz, please send to: You can include a jpeg photo too if you wish.