I'm not a science student. Therefore, please keep your reply simple and straightforward. Thank you. As I know food nutrients are absorbed into bloodstream either in the stomach or small intestine. At what place does water get absorbed? In large intestine? Assuming my guess is right, how would it enter the large intestine region when taken in with other food? Because water gets in the bloodstream at a far faster rate than food, therefore if, let's say, some constriction gives it way to pass into large intestine, then some of the food/food nutrients will also pass with it. Please help me with it and correct me if I'm wrong. Thanks.