Probiotic Yogurt & gut-health

With so much emphasis on regular consumption of probiotic yogurt and an exponential rise in its popularity, it is impossible to ignore some of the remarkable benefits this product offers.

Probiotic yogurt is indeed a wonderful way to guarantee that you keep your gut-health and make the most of your yogurt intake.

But what exactly do we mean when we say- “Probiotic Yogurt”. Before we move forward, let's understand what exactly probiotic yogurt is.

Probiotic yogurt is produced by specialist companies because it is generally regarded as a healthier alternative. Similar to regular yogurt, probiotic yogurt is created by mixing bacterial cultures with fresh milk (or cream). This process turns lactose into lactic acid, giving yogurt its distinctive tang and consistency.

We can say that Probiotic yogurt is essentially yogurt that includes live bacterial cultures that have been shown to have several positive effects on health, according to multiple researches carried out over the years worldwide.

While active cultures are present in all yogurt but they may not all contain the healthy bacteria ( Or the way we say it- Good Bacteria). Probiotic Yogurt consumption on a regular basis can help strengthen the immune system and lower the risk of illness. This has been concluded after a lot of research conducted across the globe to find out the impressive benefits of Probiotic Yogurt.

Yogurt contains probiotic strains of Lactobacillus Acidophilus to strengthen the immune system, lower the risk of infections, and prevent inflammatory bowel diseases. In Australia, among all Indian brands of Yoghurt, at present Sharma's Kitchen is the only company which offers a pro-biotic yoghurt to its customers.

Are you one of people who don’t like to eat plain Yoghurt? Here are some delightful ways to enjoy it and derive its various benefits

Yoghurt rice or dahi chawal

Take a bowl of cooked rice, mix it with Yoghurt, a bit of pepper and salt and then have it. You could also garnish it with some pomegranate seeds.


Mix vegetables like onions and tomatoes and add them to Yoghurt. Sprinkle a pinch of salt and pepper to enhance the taste. You can also make other types of raita including boondi raita. Mint and jeera raita aid digestion.


This sour and slightly spicy delicacy with a think consistency is made from a mixture of Yoghurt and besan (gram flour). Usually enjoyed with steamed or jeera rice, it can also be served with some freshly made parathas or rotis.

Sharma’s Kitchen Probiotic Yoghurt is the leading Indian Yoghurt brand in Australia, being the pioneer in the market. It packs all the benefits of natural yoghurt with Probiotics plus the added goodness of being a local made product. Available at all leading Indian stores all over Australia, Sharma's Kitchen Yoghurt has won multiple State and National awards for quality.

For yoghurt, we start with the
best milk

We add our very own
blend of cultures passed
down from generation to generation

The result?
creamy yoghurt is ready as
good as delicious


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