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Leucine Rich Bio’s ‘Rychbiome Indus’ listens to Indian gut; first-ever nutraceutical based on Indian microbiome data
Friday, 25 August, 2023, 08 : 00 AM [IST]
Our Bureau, New Delhi
Considering the rise in gut-related issues and their impact on overall health, Leucine Rich Bio, India’s pioneer microbiome company, has come up with Rychbiome Indus. It is South Asia’s first microbiome data-based nutraceutical brand. Rychbiome Indus is a synbiotic, meaning it contains both probiotics and prebiotics that contribute to the well-being of the gut, leading to a significant influence on an individual's overall health. It is a research-driven blend that has taken shape after Leucine Rich Bio studied many Indian gut microbiome samples.

While there are a number of probiotics that are available in the Indian market, they are not based on the Indian gut microbiome data. This might limit their efficacy. Rychbiome Indus differs from any other probiotic composition available in the Indian market as it consists of probiotics that are specifically missing or are less abundant in the Indian gut. Simply put, the product not only is made in India, it is specifically made for India. This innovative formulation aims to address a broad spectrum of health needs, providing a strong foundation for overall well-being.

Dr Debojyoti Dhar, co-founder & director business development and innovation, Leucine Rich Bio Pvt Ltd., said, “Harnessing the power of the Indian gut microbiome, Rychbiome Indus offers a unique blend of seven meticulously selected probiotics and one prebiotic, thoughtfully composed to promote optimal gut health. We are delighted with the positive results and feedback that Rychbiome Indus has been receiving from the customers. It has become the go-to nutraceutical among its patrons. With our products, we aim to revolutionize the way people approach health and wellness, offering scientifically-backed solutions that are truly personalised.”
 
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