your skin any favors,” says Bowe.
Ideally, you should have a mix of natural probiotics and prebiotics in your diet. Fermented foods like yogurt, kimchi and kombucha are rich in probiotics, while bananas (as unripe as possible), onions, artichokes, garlic and fennel are all great sources of prebiotics. “But most of us also need help from supplements,” says Jules Miller of wellness brand The Nue Co. Look for a probiotic with strains of Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium and at least a 15 billion bacteria culture count, and take with plenty of water on an empty stomach. Or add a powder that has pro- and prebiotics to a morning smoothie.