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I recently heard this term for the first time, and decided to Google the term. Amazingly, there were many entries for the term. Some entries supported the term, and others, mostly posted by the big name manufacturers of daily vitamins, refuted the term as an urban myth. Here is an exerpt from one of the posts:
"According to Dr. Julian Whitaker in a special report, "The Great Vitamin Hoax", nurses call undissolved multivitamins "bedpan bullets", and say they see a lot of them. Natural digestive enzymes are essential to break down many of the multivitamin supplements and minerals that people take. The workers at sewer treatment plants joke about the undigested multivitamin supplements they see in their screens, which they call the most expensive sewage in the world. Imagining paying for supplements, and then not being able to break them down because of lack of digestive enzyme. Americans are flushing millions of dollars of supplements down the sewer because they don't take digestive enzymes to help break down the supplements. "
The concept makes sense to me, but I offer no opinion on the subject...just something to chew on!