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Good For The Gut & You: This Brand's Products Are All About The 'Gut Feeling'

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What Makes It Awesome

Been initiated to the kombucha club? No? Don’t worry, if you’re looking to try, check out Lucky Gods. Part of a larger company Potential Health Development that does end to end health consulting, these guys really know how to zero in on what's good for you. 

In a nutshell, they work with all things fermented. For the uninitiated, fermented food provides nutrition, facilitates better digestion, tastes great, and is said to consequently improve immunity too. Kombucha, is fermented tea which is often complemented with other flavourings and additives making it a great alternative to alcohol, caffeinated, and carbonated drinks in general. They’re super experimental with flavours, and we loved their Lemon Cinnamon variant. We’ve even spotted options like Mango Chilli, Grape Rosemary, and Pomegranate Lime. Delivering every Tuesday and Friday, they switch up their flavours often, and have seasonal specials too. For complete nutrition, try out their sourdoughs, kefirs (they have everything from A2, and Goat milk options to water and coconut water options), and protein dense Metamofs. Metamofs are snacky squares like cookies, and are packed with good stuff (it needs its own recommendation if you ask us). 

If you’re someone who wants to experiment and make your own kefir, kombucha, or sourdough, they also sell the levian for sourdough, grains for kefir, and scoby (symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast) used in making kombucha. They've pushed their creative boundaries to also make kombucha scoby leather/fruit roll ups with the scoby discards! Healthy, delicious candy, who knew? To know what they have on offer, and place an order, check out hit the 'Know More' button.


If you’re having trouble with your gut, you can even go to them for a consultation where they will analyse your gut’s microbiome and suggest appropriate products from their range to bring it back to normal. This consultation of course, will have to be booked and paid for.