Nancy Mazarin Nancy Mazarin MS, RD, CDN, CNS Medical Nutrition Consultant 891 Northern Boulevard Suite 204 Great Neck, New York 11021 516-466-9087
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Nancy Mazarin is a Nutrition Consultant with a private practice in Great Neck, NY. She has a master's degree in nutrition from Columbia University. With more than thirty years experience, Nancy employs practical nutrition tools to create long-term solutions. With her help, you can build a personalized program to improve your health, enhance your quality of life, achieve optimal weight goals, and address medical issues.

Micro Biome in Your Gut

The Human Microbiome

Each human body has a unique array of microorganisms, collectively called the “microbiota”. There may be 1000 different species and over 100-fold more genes that are in the human genome.  Studies have demonstrated a symbiotic relationship between the human host and the bacterial microbiota of the gut.  The education and maturation of the intestinal immune […]

Cardiovascular Health

Cardiovascular Disease – What YOU Can Do

Cardiovascular disease encompasses a broad spectrum including stroke, coronary artery disease, heart failure, and cardiac arrest.  The majority of cardiovascular-related disease is not restricted to the heart, but rather is of the vascular system. This ultimately leads to the development of clinical cardiovascular disease. Several dietary patterns, foods, bioactive food components, nutraceuticals, and dietary supplements […]

Cancer Risk Factors

Cancer Risks

Excess body weight may be as dangerous as smoking when it comes to cancer.   Recently published reviews report that excess body fatness raises the risk of at least 14 kinds of cancer: Brain/Meningioma Breast Blood/Multiple Myeloma Colon and Rectum Esophagus Gallbladder Kidney/Renal Cell Liver Ovaries Pancreas Prostate Stomach/Gastric Cardia Thyroid Uterus Maintaining a healthy […]

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  • Micro Biome in Your Gut

    The Human Microbiome

    Each human body has a unique array of microorganisms, collectively called the “microbiota”. There may be 1000 different species and over 100-fold more genes that are in the human genome.  Studies have demonstrated a symbiotic relationship between the human host and the bacterial microbiota of the gut.  The education and maturation of the intestinal immune […]

  • Cardiovascular Health

    Cardiovascular Disease – What YOU Can Do

    Cardiovascular disease encompasses a broad spectrum including stroke, coronary artery disease, heart failure, and cardiac arrest.  The majority of cardiovascular-related disease is not restricted to the heart, but rather is of the vascular system. This ultimately leads to the development of clinical cardiovascular disease. Several dietary patterns, foods, bioactive food components, nutraceuticals, and dietary supplements […]

  • Cancer Risk Factors

    Cancer Risks

    Excess body weight may be as dangerous as smoking when it comes to cancer.   Recently published reviews report that excess body fatness raises the risk of at least 14 kinds of cancer: Brain/Meningioma Breast Blood/Multiple Myeloma Colon and Rectum Esophagus Gallbladder Kidney/Renal Cell Liver Ovaries Pancreas Prostate Stomach/Gastric Cardia Thyroid Uterus Maintaining a healthy […]

  • The Benefits of Omega-3 Fatty Acids in Your Diet

    You may have heard that omega-3 fatty acids are good for your health, but did you know that they can actually help you lower your risk of death? According to a study that was recently featured in the Journal of Clinical Lipidology, women between the ages of 65 and 80 who have the highest omega-3 […]

  • Woman clutching her heart in pain

    Heart Disease is the #1 Killer of Women

    Heart disease is a woman’s disease:  1 in 4 will die in the U.S. from heart disease this year that is half a million deaths each year – yet the perception that heart disease is primarily a man’s disease persist. The reality is that coronary heart disease (CHD) is the #1 killer of both men […]

  • Drugs and Supplements and Vitamins C, Vitamins B, and Proanthocyanidins

    The Basics on Vitamins and Supplements

    Everyone knows that vitamins are important for your health, and there are entire aisles in supermarkets and drugstores devoted to vitamins and other supplements. Marketing campaigns tout all sorts of benefits that can be derived from increasing your intake of this or that vitamin, and since, in the United States, dietary supplements are not regulated […]

  • Nutritionist holding up an apple

    What Is the Difference between a Nutritionist and a Dietitian?

    Some people might think that the roles of nutritionist and dietitian are interchangeable, but that is a false assumption. While they may work in similar fields, they are not the same. Learn about a few of the differences below.   Nutritionists The title “nutritionist” can be used by anyone. This means that no training is […]