Dr. Deepa Agarwal

Dr. Deepa Agarwal
Dietitian, Hyderabad

PhD in Clinical Nutrition, EACCME certified Bariatric Nutritionist

  • Dr. Deepa Agarwal is a Consultant Nutritionist at Nova Speciality Hospitals, Jubilee Hills,
  • Former Nutritionist at Institute of Bariatrics, Apollo
    Hospitals, Chennai


Clinical Nutritionist at Institute of Bariatrics,, Apollo Hospitals, Greams lane, Chennai, India , Chennai November, 2012 -  December, 2013

Currently Consultant Nutritionist , Nova Speciality Hospitals,Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad, Hyderabad January, 2014 - 


  • Dietetics

  • Obesity

  • Bariatric Nutrition



Post Graduation in Clinical Nutrition, Sri Ramachandra Medical College, Chennai, , India

PhD in Clinical Nutrition, Sri Ramchandra Medical College, Chennai, India

Practice Information

Private Practice Information



Jubilee Hills Check Post Rd, MLA Colony, Film Nagar, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad, Telangana - 500096


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  • (+91) 9959923332

Patient Experience

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Achievements & Contributions

  • Best Student award in “Applied Nutrition” for the year 2004-2007 in U.G
  • Gold medalist in U.G (Applied Nutrition)
  • Outstanding Academic Performance in P.G (Clinical Nutrition)  
  • Research paper awards
  • Life Member, Indian Dietetic Association
  • Life Member, Nutrition Society of India
  • Life Member, Indian Society of Clinical Nutrition


Weekends are meant for relaxing especially for diets. With happy hour Friday, a party Saturday, brunch Sunday, and movies, dinners out, and more thrown into the mix, even the healthiest eater finds it hard to stay on track. Unfortunately all that excess in the form of carbs, fat, salt, sugar, and alcohol can leave you feeling bloated, tired, hungry, and guilty. So come your first day back to work, give your body what it’s craving to help re-establish a healthy equilibrium

Fluids are key since extra salt, sugar, and alcohol can dehydrate your body. Start the day with a tall glass of water or warm cup of any type of tea, then drink throughout the day, aiming for 2-3 litres to flush out the pollutants from the weekend. Plan to eat three meals, with lunch four hours after breakfast and dinner between 6 and 7. Focus on nutrient-dense foods that are low in calories but high in vitamins and minerals since weekend fare tends to be the opposite. Have an afternoon snack around 4 p.m. of green drink powder mixed in water or a smoothie. Look for one containing sea vegetables, probiotics, grasses, and enzymes that will aid in proper digestion. You can also have a whole-food snack after dinner if you are hungry.

Take a multivitamin, and at every meal pop a omega-3 supplement, which will help reduce the inflammation that can be caused by poor eating. At each meal, divide your plate so that it’s half protein and half non-starchy veggies carbs. Incorporate dairy and fruit to optimize the variety of vitamins, minerals, and protein. High-water, high-fiber fruits such as berries, grapefruit, pears, cantaloupe, olives, and avocado will help clean out your gut and get your digestive system back on course, while dairy contains B vitamins, calcium, and vitamin D, all of which you likely skimped on over the weekend.

With many breakfast cereals packaged as health foods perfect for weight loss and growing kids alike it is not surprising that many of us view them in this way. However, this image is surprisingly inaccurate, as sugar levels in packaged cereals are often extremely high, even in the most "healthy" sounding brands. While it is true that many of these cereals are fortified with vitamins and minerals, these nutrients are better taken in their natural form if possible, so stocking up on foods naturally abundant in vitamins and minerals and low in sugar such as oats, sugar free muesli, wholegrain bread or eggs would be a healthier, more nutritious breakfast choice.
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