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Peaches, blueberries and oats, are all great sources of a type of soluble fiber called pectin. Soluble fiber absorbs water in the intestine forming a gel that slows digestion. This causes you to feel full longer and to slow the absorption of glucose, which affects blood sugar levels, an important factor in controlling diabetes.
Soluble fibers are also prebiotics, carbohydrate compounds that we cannot digest but the bacteria in our colon can.
Prebiotics are known to selectively affect the composition and/or activity of one or a limited number of bacteria in the colon, improving our health. 
Source: This dish is modified from www.bojongourmet.com. To see the original recipe, click here.