Thinking of switching-to-probiotic yoghurt?

It makes sense to be more conscious of our food choices as we strive to incorporate healthier foods and habits into our daily lives. Contrary to what most people think, eating healthier foods does not always mean sacrificing flavor.

Numerous factors, including seasonal allergies, and the upcoming flu season, call for strengthening your immune system. One such food product is Probiotic Yoghurt. According to extensive research, probiotics can support immune function, mental health, and disease prevention in addition to supporting digestive health.

Probiotics, a class of helpful bacteria that manage gut-health and immunity, are present in many types of yoghurt. Yoghurt is versatile and simple to include in a variety of recipes, and it is also nutrient-rich, which can help you stay healthy by warding off infections.

Think about Probiotic Yoghurt, and what you have is an excellent heart-healthy snack at almost any time of day! Probiotics are good bacteria that are added to food products. These are naturally present in our bodies, but we may require an extra dose to ward off illness, relieve bloating, or counteract an antibiotic course.

Probiotic Yoghurt is known to improve immune function by boosting the production of immune cells, bolstering the gut lining, and inhibiting the growth of harmful bacteria in your digestive tract.

In Australia, when it comes to Indian style yoghurt brands, only Sharma’s Kitchen offers their hugely popular pro-biotic yoghurt. The natural components in their probiotic yoghurt, are said to have advantages like boosting the immune system and warding off viral infection.

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


Multiple Gold & Silver winner at both DIAA and Sydney Royal Awards

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