>>>Why cant this happen in the small intestine of a person?<<<
Exactly! What I want to know is why it can't happen in ANY part of the intestine!!!
Everybody keeps saying it's 'too low down' to be assimilated. Really? Is there somekind of scientific proof of that? Because if you put garlic/coffee in an enema solution and retain it in the lowest area of the colon, you DEFINITELY assimilate it. Sheesh, we can assimilate any/all variety of things just in a rectal suppository.
My guess is there's not many substances on the planet (that are meant to be eaten...obviously not 'rock minerals'), that if you injected *it* into your lower colon, wouldn't/couldn't be absorbed into the bloodstream or system somehow.
I know I'm short on 'college scientific learning', but I'm long on logic & the miraculous ways and totally *impossible* things the human body does - especially those things that 'science' says it can't possibly do.
So, in the spirit of educating me (us), could somebody please provide the solid, factual biological evidence that b12 can only be assimilated/absorbed in certain areas of the intestines. And if nobody can provide 'hard evidence' of the same, could maybe, please, folks consider that it just may be possible it can be assimilated in the places where 'scientific folks' say it can't?