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"The secret here is to find balance between fat loss and maintaining your milk supply. I will prepare a diet and advice on how to maintain your health during pre and post pregnancy."

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"There's a lot to learn about what to eat and what not to eat with diabetes. Find out expert advice on common misconceptions to feel more confident about the foods you eat and the choices you make"

About Niharika

Hello Pals! I am Niharika

I am excited that you found my website. I am a clinical dietician with extensive experience in nutritional therapy in hospitals and clinics. I have a post graduation degree in applied nutrition & dietetics from Mumbai. I am a member of Nutrition Society of India and a also a past member of Diabetes Awareness & You

I have worked with Lilavati Hospital, Mumbai, Fortis Hospital and Medica Superspecialty Hospital in Kolkata. I specialize in Ketogenic Diet useful for the treatment of Epilepsy, Diet for Weight Reduction, Diabetes, Pre-Natal and Post-Natal Diet, etc.

Our Services

Let's Discuss The Problem Over An Appointment. Reach Us By Phone Or Email As Given In Our Contacts Section.
Ketogenic Diet

The ketogenic diet is a high-fat, adequate-protein, low-carbohydrate diet that in medicine is used primarily to treat difficult-to-control (refractory) epilepsy in children. The diet forces the body to burn fats rather than carbohydrates.

Diabetes Diet

Taking steps to prevent and control diabetes doesn’t mean living in deprivation; it means eating a tasty, balanced diet that will also boost your energy and improve your mood.

Pre-Natal Diet

In addition to a healthy diet, pregnant women also need a daily prenatal vitamin to obtain some of the nutrients that are hard to get from foods alone.

Post-Natal Diet

Your nutrition postpartum is just as important as it was during your pregnancy. Learn which nutrients you and your baby need.

Weight Management

Healthy eating is one of the best things you can do to prevent and control health problems such as heart disease, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, and some types of cancer.


Consultaion service for any type of diet and nutrition related issues. Get in touch through email

  • Ketogenic Diet
  • Diabetes Diet
  • Pre-Natal Diet
  • Post-Natal Diet
  • Weight Management
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Customer Views

Client Satisfaction is my prime focus. Listen to what my clients say after they have come to me.

Niharika, has really helped me to reduce my weight by 20 pounds. I am so happy that i fit in my old western outfits once again. I really feel awesome. Thanks and Wish You All the Best !

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After years of traditional treatment of Diabetes, I literally lost hope. Until i met Dietician Niharika, whos advice has helped me to take over my diabetic symptoms and lead a happy and healthy life. I recommend her to all diabetic patients. Thanks

quotes-image Anurag Rathod

I underwent my knee replacement surgery.As I was over weight,my doctor asked me to reduce weight.So I started looking for a good dietitian & by luck I came across to a young dietitian miss Niharika Nahata.She came to my home & after consulting she gave me a diet plan & advised me to follow her instructions.I also recommended strongly to my friends to consult Miss Niharika while making their diet plan.

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  • Are carbohydrates fattening? +

    Foods containing carbohydrate are an important part of a healthy diet as they provide energy to your body. There is no scientific evidence that supports cutting out all carbohydrates from your diet. Choosing a variety of wholegrain, low GI carbohydrate containing foods will provide you with fibre and help you to feel fuller for longer. The simple key to weight loss is finding an eating pattern that helps you reduce the amount of calories you eat, in combination with physical activity.

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  • How can I stay motivated to maintain a healthy diet for weight loss? +

    It is important to set yourself realistic goals to achieve a healthy eating plan and maintain a healthy weight. It is also important to have an individual healthy eating plan that is suited to your lifestyle by seeking advise from a professional.

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  • I need to gain weight, what should I eat? +

    You can incorporate some the following habits in your daily routine:

    #eat small frequent meals and snacks

    #have full-cream milk drinks between meals

    #add skim milk powder to soups, stews and drinks

    #snack on high energy foods such as cheese and crackers, nuts or dried fruit

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  • What should I do to lose weight? +

    Successful weight management requires a life long commitment to a healthy lifestyle, which is focused on eating healthy foods and keeping physically active in a way that is both sustainable and enjoyable. Choose a variety of foods including plenty of whole grain breads, cereals, fruit and vegetables; moderate amounts of low fat dairy foods and lean meats; and small amounts of unsaturated fats and oils. Try to indulge into moderate intensity physical activity for about 45-60 minutes per day, five to six days a week.

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  • I have impaired glucose tolerance, what should I do? +

    If you have been diagnosed with impaired glucose tolerance (commonly known as pre-diabetes) you are at much greater risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Following a healthy lifestyle can greatly reduce your chances of developing type 2 diabetes. If you are overweight, losing some weight.

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  • Can I lower my cholesterol through dietary changes? +

    Research shows it is possible to lower your blood cholesterol level through dietary changes. Research also shows that reducing dietary cholesterol from foods such as eggs has a much smaller effect on reducing blood cholesterol levels than reducing saturated fat intake. You can make the following dietary changes to lower the blood cholesterol:

    Eating the right type and amount of fat

    Reducing saturated fat and replacing it with healthy fats can help lower cholesterol levels. For example:Snack on nuts and seeds instead of commercial cakes, biscuits and pastries. Use oils such as olive and canola oil, or margarines in cooking instead of butter.

    Choose reduced-fat dairy products.

    Eating the right type and amount of fibre.

    A diet rich in fibre can help lower cholesterol levels. Ensure you are getting enough fibre each day by having two serves of fruit, five serves of vegetables and choosing wholegrain breads and cereals.

    Weight management

    If you are overweight, losing weight can help lower cholesterol levels.

    Include plant sterols. Plant sterol enriched products, such as margarine spreads, milk and cheese, can help reduce cholesterol levels.

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  • Is there a diet to treat arthritis? +

    There is no scientific evidence that supports cutting out specific foods to improve arthritis. It is best to choose a healthy diet that includes a wide variety of foods, which will provide you with all the nutrients required to maintain the bone strength. Being overweight places extra stress on the joints. Many people find losing weight reduces the pain and inflammation of arthritis.

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